Polish experts question the EU's double standards for environmental clean-up but are the first to admit that no one's forcing accession on them. by Susan C. Pearce GDANSK, Poland--As Poland vies for accession into the European Union, Polish experts argue that the union's environmental requirements are often too rigid and contain standards that seem to […]

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