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The Warsaw Voice » Business » February 27, 2015
7th European Economic Congress
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Katowice, April 20-22, 2015
February 27, 2015   
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The annual European Economic Congress in the southern Polish city of Katowice is the largest business event in Central Europe.

It is a three-day series of debates and meetings attended by 6,000 guests from Poland, Europe and around the world. Almost 100 themed sessions are attended every year by several hundred panelists, EU commissioners, prime ministers and officials from European governments, mingling with the CEOs of the biggest companies, scientists and businesspeople as well as decision makers who have a real impact on the economy and society.

Jerzy Buzek, Chairman of the Patronage Council of the EEC, said, “The European Economic Congress is undoubtedly the largest and most important event of its kind in our part of Europe. However, the uniqueness of the Congress cannot be reduced to the mere scale of the event. The Congress strives to respond to the challenges of the moment, not avoiding controversy, but diagnosing the most important problems we observe on our continent... I am looking forward to seeing you in Katowice.”

The Congress features discussions on issues especially important to Europe’s development. Every year several hundred journalists report on the Congress. The event’s sessions and debates are moderated by experts in their respective fields and renowned economic journalists.

The subjects tackled at the European Economic Congress in Katowice always include major, current and often difficult issues—reflecting the changing political situation in Europe and globally.

The leading topics of this year’s conference include a major 300-billion-euro investment program in the European Union and the role of government in the economy. Participants will also discuss innovation in Europe and challenges to the global economy, in addition to new markets and trends.

Themed sessions will deal with individual sectors of the economy such as energy, raw materials, infrastructure, transport, mining and metallurgy. Other topics will include investment, regional policy, management, local government and leisure.

Accompanying events will include the 3rd Africa-Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum, the 4th Europe-China Economic Forum, the Poland-Japan economic meetings, and the annual Poland-Czech Republic Economic Meeting.
The 7th European Economic Congress in Katowice will be held April 20-22, 2015. The organizer is the PTWP Group.

For more information, go to www.eecpoland.eu
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