One Step Closer to Slovene-Yugoslav Free Trade Agreement, Only Minor Details Left
Ljubljana, 4 July - Slovene and Yugoslav negotiators, meeting in Ljubljana on Thursday for talks on a bilateral free trade agreement, managed to find answers to most of the issues concerning the harmonisation of trade with agriculture, the last real obstacle to the signing of the agreement. The two sides managed to harmonise the list of agricultural products for which duty will be cut on both sides - this includes a majority of agricultural products. Only minor details remain to be worked out now, leaving both sides hopeful that the agreement could be in force by the start of next year.
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