Macron Draws Ire From Poland in Push on `Social Dumping': Chart

French President Emmanuel Macron campaigned across eastern Europe last week to end “social dumping,” which he says happens when people from less expensive European Union countries travel to work in more expensive ones for salaries closer to what they’re paid at home. Nations like the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Bulgaria have shown willingness to compromise, but Poland, the biggest source of foreign workers in the 28-member bloc, is fiercely opposed. Its prime minister accused Macron of seeking to split the EU and vowed to continue defending the rights of Polish workers abroad.

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