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EU discusses removing export advantages for some countries

For decades, Europe has helped developing nations by importing certain goods duty free, or at very low rates.

But with China, Russia, India and Brazil enjoying some economic success, the European Commission has been discussing a plan to strip away those special export advantages.

Nigel Cassidy reports.

With comment from Bogdan Evtimov, Counsel for Salans

  • 10 May 2011
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