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Balkan trade war brews over huge Croatian import fee rise

DNA Monday, 7 August 2017
The Balkans have become embroiled in a trade war over agricultural health checks after Croatia raised import fees on some farm products by around 220 percent, triggering countermeasures by Serbia and threats from others.
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