EU agrees renewal of W. Balkans trade pact

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BRUSSELS, Feb 22 (Reuters) - The European Commission has agreed to extend a preferential trade pact between the 27-country European Union and seven Western Balkan nations for another five years, the EU executive said on Monday. The agreement, first signed in 2000, allows nearly all exports from the Western Balkans to enter the EU without customs duties or limits on quantity. Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia benefit from the pact as participants in the EU ...

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