February 7, 2013

Major Hurdles for EU Budget Compromise

Severin Weiland, Der Spiegel

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EU leaders are meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday to hammer out a budget for the next seven years. Massive differences over how much to spend on agriculture, development and administration will make a compromise extremely difficult.

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