A Slovenian court delays the enactment of a controversial law closing down duty-free shops. 4 June 2001 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–The Slovenian Constitutional Court on May 28th decided to delay the implementation of a law which stipulated that duty-free shops on Slovenian borders would have to be closed down by 1 June. The act was part of […]

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