Political accession to the European Union is one thing, but bringing the economies of the candidate countries up to the EU average is quite another by Gyorgy Foris BRUSSELS, Belgium–The countries that are currently striving for membership in the European Union tend to focus on the biggest question mark regarding EU accession: When? But they […]

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