Free European Carriers From U.S. Barriers
If the post-Communist world needs more proof that state-controlled businesses don't work, Europe's airlines offer plenty of it. Passengers pay stratospheric fares--double or triple those for similar distances in the U.S. Then at tax time, they often pay again to prop up pampered state-owned airlines made inefficient by limited competition.
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