Slovenia and EU Fail to Open up Trade with Agricultural Products

Brussels, 11 June - Tuesday's fresh round of talks between the EU and Slovenia on further liberalisation of trade with agricultural products failed to bear fruit, as the EU unexpectedly demanded more favourable conditions for wheat exports. Slovenia, which now needs to study these demands, as a net importer of food sees no problems in liberalising trade here, however, it could get concessions elsewhere, said the head of the Slovene delegation Dusan Vujadinovic of the Agriculture Ministry.

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