Slovenia is Expected to Liberalise its Agricultural Market
Ljubljana, 9 May - Brussels expects that Slovenia, as well as other EU candidates, will start to liberalise their agricultural markets as of 1 July, said State Secretary for Agriculture and European Affairs Franc But on Tuesday. He outlined current situation in negotiations between the EU and Slovenia in an unofficial meeting with the representatives of Slovene Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), mostly coming from large food industry companies.
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