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Time for Toruń
April 16, 2008   
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Businesspeople, investors, politicians, the world of culture and members of local governments will meet April 21-23 in the beautiful rooms of Dwór Artusa in Toruń, Kujawy-Pomerania province, at the 15th Economic Forum. The event was previously held in cities including Międzyzdroje on the Baltic coast and Ciechocinek, southeast of Toruń. This year, in Toruń for the first time, the forum has the motto Europa - w poszukiwaniu utraconej tożsamości? (Europe: In Search of a Lost Identity?).

The event's meetings have been divided into three blocs: Poland/the East, Poland/the West, and Europe/the Region. The forum organizers from the Integration and Cooperation Association are expecting hundreds of guests from Poland and abroad. The discussions promise to be interesting, with subjects including the country's energy and fuel security, public-private partnership regulations, and factors that boost and hamper the Polish economy.

There will also be a special "economic round table," chaired by Slovakia's ambassador to Poland, Frantisek Ruzicka. But it is Toruń itself, aspiring to become European Culture Capital in 2016, that is sure to be the greatest success story, along with Kujawy-Pomerania province as a whole.
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