Slovenia Will not Liberalise Its Agricultural Trade Yet

Ljubljana, 30 June - The EU and nine EU candidates are expected to start with implementation of bilateral agreements aimed at liberalising trade in agricultural goods as of 1 July. However Slovenia will not do so yet, as an adequate procedure will first have to be carried out in Ljubljana, said State Secretary for agriculture and European affairs Franc But.

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