CEFTA: Trade Surplus in Slovene Trade with Poland

Ljubljana, 24 August - Slovene exports to Poland amounted in the first five months of 1995 to 43.5 million US dollars, while the imports amounted to 14.1 million dollars. The trade with Poland represents some 14 per cent of the total Slovene trade with the Central European Free-Trade Agreement (CEFTA) members. Poland is the only CEFTA member Slovenia has no foreign trade deficit with.

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