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EU Air Freight Rules Draw Moscow's Ire

New European Union air cargo rules that have ignited a row with Russia and jeopardized annual trade worth more than 13 billion euros ($18 billion) came into force on Tuesday, and is likely to heighten tensions between the EU and Moscow. The EU is gradually tightening its security rules for air shipments. Russia argues its airlines and airports need no extra checks since they have met safety standards set by a United Nations aviation body. Moscow has threatened to retaliate by imposing...

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