Duty-Free Shops Issue is Consequence of Decisions Made by Former Governments

Ljubljana, 20 July - The government discussed on Thursday the bill to transform duty-free shops at Slovenia's road border crossings with Austria, Italy and Hungary. It was decided that a comprehensive report on economic and social consequences of a transformation of the duty-free shops should be prepared, on which the government will base its further decisions to be taken at one of its next sessions.

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