Five Years since Slovenia's Accession to CEFTA
Ljubljana, 25 November - Five years ago to the day Slovenia signed the Central Europe Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA), thus becoming the fifth out of today's seven CEFTA signatories on 1 January 1996. Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia were the founding members of the agreement on 1 March 1993, the aim of which was to boost trade between the signatory countries and create a free trade area by 2001 and prepare the signatories for EU accession. Croatia is also interested in accession to CEFTA.
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