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The Russian government will ban the import of buses right-hand drive from 1 January 2015 - Manturov

The government does not intend to ban the import of used cars with right-hand drive, with the exception of buses, the importation of which will be banned from January 1 2015, the Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov said during a visit to Vladivostok.

When asked if the government plans to ban the import of used Japanese women, the minister said: “With the exception of the restriction introduced from January 1, 2015, on right-hand drive buses within the framework of the technical regulations, which come into force on January 1 in the territory of the Russian Federation and the Customs Union. Right-hand drive buses will be banned for import and operation, because it is unsafe for passengers to have access to the traffic side. As for cars, no such decisions have been worked out yet. "

As for the passenger car market, the minister believes that in the Far East, the replacement of right-hand drive cars from Japan by the left-hand drive cars in the secondary market is already taking place.

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