Macedonia, Albania sign trade liberalisation agreement for farm products.

By bne IntelliNews April 11, 2010
Macedonia and Albania signed a trade liberalisation agreement, which envisages removal of customs duties for the trade in agricultural products, local media reported. The agreement will come into effect on July 1 and is being executed as part of the CEFTA. So far, the two countries have bilaterally liberalised 54% of the trade with agricultural produce. During the meeting for the signing of the agreement, the economy ministers of the two countries also discussed other areas, in which they could expand co-operation and pointed out as priority sectors those of energy and infrastructure, with the construction of the pan-European corridor 8 being one of the key projects.

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