Slovene and Yugoslav Negotiators Harmonise Most of Free Trade Agreement
Bled, 26 April - Slovene and Yugoslav negotiators on Friday wrapped up two days of talks on a bilateral free-trade agreement, held at the lake-side resort of Bled, harmonising most of the document and the accompanying protocol in the process. The only field that was not harmonised is trade with agricultural goods, however, the officials expect that negotiations on this could be wrapped up at the next round of talks that are scheduled for the latter half of May.
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