Relaxation of Agricultural Trade with CEFTA Members
Ljubljana, 1 January - CEFTA/AGRICULTURE/PROTOCOL
Slovenia will in the year 2000, in accordance to the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) completely relax trade in agriculture with all six other members of the agreement. The so called protocol number six in the agreement which relaxes all trade of agricultural products began to function as of April 1, 1998, but Slovenia had until the end of 1999 to put in to effect exceptions to the agreement with certain products that are sensitive to the local agricultural industry. These include sheep and goat meat, beef, pigs and poultry (live animals), beef, pork and smoked meat, milk and cream (powdered), and canned meat products.
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