They shoot horses, don't they?

September 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;9/3/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 36, p8
Comments on the existence of human meat trading in Poland. Expectations on the people involved; Influence of low wage on the trading of human meat; Speculation on the consequences of the proposed wage freeze; Details on the average monthly wage of the country.


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