CEFTA: Slovenia Negotiates Special Treatment for Key Agricultural Products
Bratislava, 5 December - The Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) closed Thursday its summit in Bratislava, Slovakia. At the meeting, the Slovene delegation, led by Minister of Agriculture Jože Osterc, negotiated an agreement on adjusting Slovenia's concessions for trade with agricultural products with concessions in effect for other CEFTA countries. The agreement granted Slovenia special treatment of its most sensitive agricultural products, the Foreign Ministry reported.
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