Slovenia Has Biggest Trade with Hungary among CEFTA Countries

Ljubljana, 23 August - Slovenia exported goods in the value of 167.8 million US dollars in the first five months of 1995 to Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) member countries, a member of which it is become this September. Slovene imports from the CEFTA countries in the same period are valued at 256.6 million dollars. The figures are low, since they represent only 5 percent of total Slovene exports and 7 percent of total Slovene imports. The volume of trade between Slovenia and Hungary in the first 5 months of 1995 was valued at 157.5 million dollars, with the Czech Republic 156.3 million dollars, with Poland 57.6 million dollars, and with Slovakia 52.9 million dollars.

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