Unresolved Ownership Hinders Co-operation Between Bosnia and Slovenia
Ljubljana, 3 December - Economic co-operation and trade between Bosnia and Slovenia has been rising year after year since independence, including US$ 307 million last year, which was 10 times greater than 1993. Greater co-operation between both countries will be difficult with a number of hurdles in the way. The Bosnian complaint is at the need for visas and the Slovene complaint is towards unresolved ownership and having to pay rent in their own buildings in Bosnia. These are the complaints of the Slovene Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) and the Chamber of Commerce of the Sarajevo Canton.
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