Czech-Slovak Customs Union

Czech-Slovak Customs Union

Czech-Slovak Customs Union in relation with International Trade

In the context of trade organizations, Christopher Mark (1993) provided the following definition of Czech-Slovak Customs Union: A customs union linking the Czech Republic and Slovakia, intended to preserve trade relations between the two states following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. In addition to traditional trade-policy topics, coverage extends to services and intellectual property protection. The agreement on formation of the customs union was approved by the republic parliaments in November 1992, and took .effect in January 1993.


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