Slovenia's Exchange with the EU Down and with CEFTA Up

Ljubljana, 6 November - Slovenia's exports in the January-to-August period totaled US$ 5.37 billion, while imports reached US$ 6.15 billion, a drop over the same period 1996. According to National Statistical Office data, the first eight months of 1997 saw a fall in trade with EU member nations, non-European members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and with countries emerging form former Yugoslavia. An increase, however, was recorded in trade with Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) member countries and with former Soviet republics.

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