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ECONOMIC BRIEFS

Slovakia takes liberal stance at WTO meeting

At the third ministerial conference of the World Trade Organization, scheduled to take place in Seattle from November 30 to December 3, the Slovak delegation will support further liberalization of trade in industrial products. Slovak Deputy Economy Minister Peter Brno said that a decrease in customs duties and liberalization of markets and investment rules would open new markets to Slovakia. and bring an overall improvement of the country's trade balance.

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