The Government Passes Measures Against Croatia
Ljubljana, 21 July - GOVERNMENT/CROATIA/MEASURES TO ANSWER MEASURES
At today's session the government of the Republic of Slovenia discussed and passed a proposal of measures which should reestablish a state of equilibrium after the introduction of an import tax and special import fees passed recently by the Croatian government, stated Vojka Ravbar, the Deputy to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, at a press conference today. The Slovenian government proposes the same tax burden for goods imported from Croatia as applies to other countries' imports, that is, up to 8.5% depending on the type of imported goods.
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