POLAND: Controversial sugar regulation bill to be vote on in parliament today
Controversial legislation for the regulation of the Polish sugar industry is due to be voted on today by the lower house of the parliament, the Seim. The draft proposals have already received strong criticism from representatives of the sugar industry, who maintain that they are seriously flawed. The absence of a clause that guarantees producers reimbursement for storage costs, a costly feature of trading with the EU, where interest rates are higher, has been particularly criticised.
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