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Businessmen Urge Slovenia and Yugoslavia to Abolish Visas

Belgrade, 18 June - Slovene and Yugoslav businessmen are glad that all agreements signed during the visit of a Slovene government and business delegation to Yugoslavia deal with economic cooperation, however, the managers still miss three accords, namely the preferential trade agreement, the agreement on avoiding double taxation and the accord on property issues. This was said Tuesday by president of the Slovene Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), Jozko Cuk, who headed the Slovene delegation at a Slovene-Yugoslav business conference in Belgrade. The conference has been organised as part of the first visit of Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek to FR Yugoslavia.

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