Slovenia and Turkey Sign Agreement to Avoid Double Taxation
Ljubljana, 19 April - Turkish Foreign Minister Ismail Cem, who is on a one-day official visit to Slovenia on Thursday, and his Slovene counterpart Dimitrij Rupel signed a double taxation agreement and an agreement to co-operate in science and technology. The double taxation agreement and the free trade agreement which took effect last June are sure to enhance trade between Slovenia and Turkey, Rupel told a press conference after meeting Cem. Both ministers made a positive assessment of Slovene-Turkish relations.
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