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Economic Forum in Toruń
February 23, 2012   
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The 19th Economic Forum in Toruń, Kujawy-Pomerania province, will be held March 5-6 this year.

Attended by prominent economists, academics and politicians, the forum aims to encourage local government officials, politicians, regions and countries to work together.

The leading theme of the forum will be cross-border economic ties.

The top priorities for the Integration and Cooperation Association, one of the forum’s organizers, include the promotion of the Kujawy-Pomerania region and its cities and the EU’s Eastern Partnership program. Last year, the program focused on Belarus and this year the featured country is Kazakhstan, with a special focus on the Uralsk region which is a partner region of Kujawy-Pomerania province.

The 19th Economic Forum in Toruń will comprise around 30 conferences, panel discussions and seminars whose participants will discuss economics, finance, banking, foreign affairs, research and development, culture and sports. The forum attendees will also talk about the economy, including energy, transportation, agriculture, the food processing industry, defense and law, international law in particular.

The forum has been divided into the following sections:
- Reestablishing relations between Poland and the East;
- Infrastructure;
- Agriculture, food processing, trade;
- Prospects for trade with countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Caucasus;
- Banking and finance as an element of cross-border cooperation between countries and companies;
- Special Economic Zones.
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