December 31, 2013

Blame the EU for Allergies in Poland

Alex Berezow, The Economist

The Associated Press

The European Union's Common Agricultural Policy gets a lot of flak. Critics lambast it for illogical subsidies, onerous regulations and vast expense. It might even cause allergies.

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TAGGED: Allergies, Europe, European Union, EU, Poland


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