LONDON – A long-running dispute between the European Union and Brazil over taxes on cars imported into the South American country enters a critical final stage as the World Trade Organization sets up a panel to consider the dispute. The row is not as straightforward, however, as an argument about allegedly punitive and illegal taxes. Certainly, Brazil levies a steep 30% tax on imported cars. But the country has been taxing European auto imports for so long that some automakers, in ...

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