Gov't Decides to Temporary Abolish Special Duty on Imported Pigs and Pork

Ljubljana, 20 July - The government at its session on Thursday passed the provision by which it temporarily abolished the payment of a special duty for the import of live pigs and pork meat. The government also changed the provision on the implementation of the free trade agreement between Slovenia and Macedonia in the part which concern agriculture and foodstuff products. The change sets new quotas for agriculture and foodstuff products for the second half of this year.

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