Liberalisation of Slovene-Croatian Trade Might Bring Down Prices
Ljubljana, 12 May - Slovenia and Croatia have recently signed an additional protocol to the bilateral agreement on free trade, which will enter into force on 1 July, and will additionally liberalise trade with agricultural products between the two countries. The Slovene Economics Ministry is convinced that the deal will boost Slovene exports to Croatia, while the Croatian daily Vecernji list has predicted that Slovene food could be up to 30 percent cheaper in Croatia as of July.
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