Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from 2 to 8 June
Ljubljana, 8 June - Ministers in charge of foreign economic affairs of the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) members met in Bratislava, Slovakia, Thursday. They confirmed the amount of trade between CEFTA members had increased considerably in 1995, and the growth can be noticed in the first months of 1996, too. Prime ministers of Slovenia and Macedonia Janez Drnovšek and Branko Crvenkovski signed Wednesday in Skopje the Agreement on Promotion and Protection of Investment.
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