European Commission Gives Go-Ahead to Relaxed Agriculture Trade with Slovenia

Brussels, 6 November - The European Commission on Wednesday gave a green light to further liberalisation of agricultural trade between the EU and Slovenia by sending to the ministerial council for adoption the accord negotiated in July. According to the document, Slovenia's exports to the EU will be 90 percent liberalized, while the import from the EU will be liberalised by 75 percent. According to the Commission, the accord would come into effect on 1 January of next year, after both the council and Slovenia adopt it.

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