By Ian Geoghegan HEGYESHALOM, Hungary, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Two months before the European Union rolls over the old Iron Curtain into central and eastern Europe, truckers queue at Hungary's western border with Austria, waiting for seemingly endless customs controls. From May 1, when the European Union welcomes 10 new members, one of the few tangible changes will be that the queues will vanish and trade will be faster and cheaper. "From May 1, trucks won't be stopped here," said Katalin ...
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