EU takes action against Romania and Hungary over supermarket laws

The European Commission is taking legal action against Romania and Hungary, which have both introduced national laws that promote local food but, argues the Commission, also contravene EU law.

The Romanian law requires supermarkets to stock theirshelves with at least 51% local produce whilst the

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