CEFTA State Secretaries Discuss Agriculture

Budapest, 14 September - State secretaries for foreign economic relations from CEFTA member states met in Budapest on Tuesday to discuss problems of the liberalisation of trade in agricultural products. CEFTA states have adopted several protective measures in agriculture. The participants in the meeting in Budapest stressed that more attention should be paid to reasons for the introduction of such measures, State Secretary Vojka Ravbar, the head of the Slovene delegation, told the STA.

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