CROATIA ENDS THE BALKAN TRADE DISPUTE BY DROPPING IMPORT FEES

Croatia has reversed a decision to raise import fees on food imports charged at its borders with its non-European Union (EU) Balkan countries Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina, as well as on trades from Macedonia, another ex-Yugoslav state. The Croatian ministry of agriculture today (Aug 10) announced that “from Friday [August 11] onwards the border controls would be fully normalised”. The government also added that it would assess the existing cost of inspection fees charged on importers. This follows a dispute between EU member state Croatia ...


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