Almost a Third of Slovene Exports to CEFTA Go to the Czech Republic

The volume of Slovene exports to Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) member countries is rather small, since in the first months of 1995, Slovenia exported goods in the value of only 167.8 million US dollars to Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. That is approximately 5 percent of total Slovene exports in that period. Slovenia exported most to the Czech Republic (53.6 million dollars), which is followed by Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

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