Surprise! Russia has made another enemy. After banning Ukrainian soy products and cornmeal, the government’s latest move is against fruits and vegetables from Poland. “‘The cost to Poland of the import ban is likely to be 0.6% of GDP (national output) by the end of the year,’” said Polish Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski, according to BBC News. That’s more than 1 billion Euros ($1.3 billion), which is only for the apples… ouch!
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