Free Trade Agreement between Slovenia and Bosnia Comes into Effect

Ljubljana, 1 January - A free trade agreement between Slovenia and Bosnia, signed in October, came into effect on Tuesday. The agreement gradually deregulates the trade with industrial and agricultural products between the two countries. Experts believe this would have beneficial effects on Slovene exports to Bosnia, which is one of the few countries to which Slovenia exports agricultural and food products.

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