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Japanese Cars Dumped in Russia
30.06.2006 12:57
Japanese Cars Dumped in Russia

Russia is the worlds largest importer of second-hand Japanese-made cars. 2005 saw some 269,000 right-wheel vehicles.
      The real imports are bigger, reports the Tokyo-based Used Car Exporters Association. Until the second half of 2005, Russia sailors coming from Japan could transport cars aboard as their private belongings. The traffic of this channel could total 80,000 cars.
      Another route lies through the United Arab Emirates, which ranks third in Japanese car imports some 115,000 cars. Experts say it is often used as a gate to dump them later in CIS countries, including Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and some African states.


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