Over two and a half years have already passed since Poland joined the European Union and the opinions on its effects on improvement of everyday Polish life are kind of divided.
Yes, it took 20 years for a real impact to be made in Ireland......it will take a little time, plus EE circumstances are different!
Germans will buy out land in Poland really cheaply and settle down there and sell it to their compatriots for millions of Euros.
There are laws in place to prevent foreigners buying land....for a period anyways...
cheese which could be a delight for many culinary connoisseurs in Europe was banned from export firstly due to unhygienic methods of production
This should have been foreseen, the high cost food producers in the west, always demand the highest standards, which usually cost a lot of money to implement in low cost countries.
The EU is ruled by Germany and their banks so they will always benefit most from this organization. Poland will be just "a member" - now and in X years...
True to a degree...but surpise, surprise...its a democracy of sorts......make your pacts with a group of countries and your case will be heard and indeed be in your favour...you have to learn to play the game guys!!
One thing for certain is that Poland will not be the biggest winner in all this
So do you also read palms, tea cups etc......?.....no one knows, but sure as hell its a better situation to be in, than just being a chattel of the old Soviet bloc....!
Carpe diem !!!!!!!!!!!!