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Kosovo revokes a part of tariffs

PRISTINA – Kosovo authorities have decided to revoke 100% tariffs on Serbian and BiH’s goods that were importen before 21 November, when the measures were orginally imposed, Tanjug reported. If any of those goods that were stored up to present enters circulation, it will not be taxed.

According to Zëri, it is possible that the entirety of measures will be revoked in the next few days, after the diplomatic intervention of the United States. The official position of Prime Minister Haradinaj remains that the requirement for this step is the recognition from Serbia.

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