Petreski: Slovenia Must Not Underestimate Trade with Macedonia

Skopje, 27 December - Slovenia should by no means neglect the Macedonian market, since, according to the latest data collected by the Chamber of Commerce of Macedonia, this year the exchange of goods between the two countries amounted to more than US $239 million, of which Slovenia has a US $80 million surplus. "I see no reason why the trading should not be balanced and rise in value to US $350 to 400 million a year," said Duško Petreski, the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of Macedonia, in an interview with Slovenian Press Agency STA.

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