The EU Is the Most Important Slovene Trade Partner in the First Couple of Months
Ljubljana, 15 April - Slovenia conducted around 67 percent of all its trade in January and February with EU member states, preliminary import and export figures released by the National Statistical Office show. Among the other groups of countries with which Slovenia conducted lively trade, countries on the territory of the former Yugoslavia placed second and CEFTA members third. Exports to EU member states rose by 8.5 percent, while imports went up 4.6 percent in February and January 2001 from the same period a year earlier.
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