EU accession negotiations hit bumpy ground over the prickly issues of labor migration and foreigners’ ability to buy land. 7 February 2002 Politicians in Central Europe last week continued to debate the European Union’s plans to impose limits on labor migration, and flirted with the idea of further restrictions on foreigners buying land and property […]

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