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Dealers who sell used foreign-made cars have staged an action of protest in Vladivostok again
Dealers who sell used foreign-made cars have staged an action of protest in Vladivostok again. About 100 cars with switched-on headlights and signals went in a column along central streets in the city on Friday. The recently-formed association for protection of car sellers organised the action to express protest against the Far Eastern customs department's preparation of a new mini-catalogue setting customs cost for cars transported from Japan and South Korea. The work began on November 3, and customs services draw car dealers and the Primorsky Territory's public organisations, including "the Car Sellers' Protection Society", into the work, the aim of which is to compile a mini-catalogue containing car customs cost parameters approved by each parties. The Far Eastern regional customs department say that the fullest information about the prices for cars in Japan has been gathered for the work on the catalogue, while car sellers say the figures are overstated by the customs services and it will result in increased customs duties. The regional customs department already attempted to introduce such a mini-catalogue in early October, but it caused mass actions of protest in Vladivostok and Nakhodka. The protesters practically blocked transport traffic in Central Vladivostok for a few days. After the customs office was picketed for many hours and one of the city's central streets was blocked, the mini-catalogue coming into effect was suspended.
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