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Trade: How Eastern Europe ignores the domestic market


The governments of several EU member states in Eastern Europe make it difficult for German companies to do business in their own country. They prefer local companies.

The governments in Slovakia and Hungary prefer domestic companies - at the expense of German traders. The same rules should apply to all companies on the EU internal market. And what is the federal government doing? Refers to Brussels.

Source: zeit

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