Money the bottom line in EU negotiations

Goodale, Greg
January 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;1/14/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p3
Cites the possibility that Poland's progress toward European Union (EU) accession could be derailed as internal EU rifts over agricultural policy altered negotiation schedules. Impact of the 2002 election in France on the effort of EU to produce a common negotiating position during the first half of 2002; Poland's aim to join EU in 2004 and obtain funding to reform its agricultural sector.


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