The standpoints of the GZS regarding the selective measures undertaken by the EC
Ljubljana, 6 December - Positive selective measures decided upon by the European Community have excluded Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Macedonia from the sanctions against Yugoslavia passed by the EC on November 15, 1991. The Slovene Chamber of Economy (GZS) judged that the selective measures do not mean that the conditions governing the exchange of goods between these republics and the EC will be the same as they were before the sanctions were introduced.
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