Slovenes Oppose Closing Down of Duty-Frees
Ljubljana, 30 December - Slightly over 50 percent of the 706 randomly picked telephone subscribers disagree with the government's decision to close down duty-free shops on the Slovene borders with Austria and Italy by March 2001 as was agreed with the EU, according to a poll in daily Delo on Saturday. Almost 45 percent of those polled are in favour of the agreed three-month delay, while 28.8 percent are against it, according to the poll. Over 26 percent of those polled have no opinion on the matter, says Delo.
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