Changes to Trade in Agricultural Goods as Slovenia Joins EU
Ljubljana, 12 April - Once it joins the EU, Slovenia will assume the Union's foreign trade regime in its entirety, with all of its free-trade agreements with third countries no longer valid. As a result, major change can be expected in the trade in agricultural products and food, the March edition of the Economic Mirror observes.
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