24 July 2001 SALZBURG, Austria–The European Union’s decision to allow its current member-states to impose temporary restrictions on the free movement of labor from Central and Eastern European countries once they join the EU has been nothing if not controversial. The new policy would allow individual member-states to impose restrictions on the free movement of […]

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