More likely lose out badly since farming here isn't exactly efficient.
It is much more efficient than in western europe. Otherwise, how else would they be so successful on the common market despite being discriminated by EU with regard to the level of subsidies ?
One of the sillier things I've read here
I'm not surprised that you are not able to see long term effects of such investments... I will try to help you... Would building TGV in Somalia (paid by EU, UN...) really help people living there, would that develop the country ?
You do not even have an idea what Europe as a common idea means.
Please educate me, should be fun.
a free market would see the cities prosper while the 2 million peasants would...well...see their land bought for peanuts by big farmers.
And what the hell would be wrong with that !??? LOL ! This is exactly what I've been saying, EU slow down development of Poland. It freezes the overemployment in farming instead of letting it disappear naturally - something what happened in all modern countries decades ago.