CEFTA Becoming Stronger in Central Europe
Ljubljana, 12 April - TOPIC/WEEK
After Rumania joins the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) Saturday, the number of members of this central European economic integration will increase to six. CEFTA's founding members are the former Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland, which signed the agreement on 21 December in Cracow. Slovenia signed it on 25 November 1995 and became a full CEFTA member on 1 January 1996.
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