Here’s one extra, not escpecially political but just read the entries:
It can be no suprise to anyone. Where customer demands can meet suplliers offerings without artificial craddles, things
can grow and flourish, if you hinder free trade, prices can not go down. One side always limts the possiblitiy of “lowering”.
Just see the prices for work, they can not fall below some level. Just see the prices in Germany for Fuel. They have to bear
> 80 % taxes, so prices are extra-ordinarily high, the same is true in France. Just guess where people near the border to Switzerland do
fill up their cars….
Where prices are artificially kept high, there will be some way to get around them.