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The Serbian government’s Office for European Integration stated that the Interim agreement on trade and trade-related issues between Serbia and the EU, which enters the fifth year of implementation on 1 January 2013, envisages a phased liberalisation of import of goods from the EU to Serbia for the period of 6 years and an immediate liberalisation of export of goods from Serbia to the EU. This agreement has been implemented since 1 January 2009, reads the statement by the Office and reminds that Serbia had exported goods duty free to the EU in the past as well, since 2001 on the basis of a unilateral decision by the EU, while the Interim agreement on trade and trade-related issues turned this right into a contractual obligation of the EU and Serbia.
The agreement prescribes that as of 1 January 2014 the import of industrial products from the EU be completely free, as well as the import of most agricultural products.
Source: Serbian Government
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