Macedonia stops import of Euro 1 vehicles.

By bne IntelliNews August 5, 2010
The deadline, set by the government for the import of vehicles, meeting the oldest ecological standard Euro 1, expired on August 5. The government initially planned to impose a ban on the import of Euro 1 and Euro 2 vehicles in March, but after a strong reaction from the society, it extended the Euro 1 deadline by six months. The deadline for the Euro 2 vehicles was pushed by six years. The delay caused a significant rise in used car imports, which doubled on the year to 31,000 in the first seven months of the year. The number of imported new cars stood at 4,500.

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