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Delo: Reexamination after CEFTA's Failure

Ljubljana, 14 September - Tourists who are these days visiting Prague and help themselves from a modern mini bar with a Pepsi bottled in Slovakia, nibble salted sticks imported from Hungary and quench their thirst with Fructal fruit juice made in Slovenia probably believe the Central European Free-Trade Agreement works. But heads of governments of CEFTA countries signatories, gathered for a regular annual meeting in the Czech capital last week-end, tried to find a most inconspicuous way to hold in too speedy liberalization of trade in agricultural and food products, which is constantly causing disturbances on the local markets. By adopting a resolution on the formation of a subcommittee on agriculture and incorporating it into the Prague Declaration, they actually determined the manner for a reexamination and probably a revision of the present rate of liberalization of trade in the field, Delo comments in Monday issues.

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