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The Warsaw Voice » The Polish Voice » April 16, 2008
The Polish government may face further complications in the ongoing dispute with the EU, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna wrote against the background of the approaching visit of the Council of Europe delegation to Warsaw.
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Michał Zaleski, mayor of Toruń, talks to Wojciech Romanowicz.
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 tożsamo¶ci? (Europe: In Search of a Lost Identity?).
Jacek Janiszewski, Integration and Cooperation Association president in charge of organizing the 15th Economic Forum in Toruń, talks to Wojciech Romanowicz
The Economic Forum is a conference renowned both in Poland and abroad. The main goal of this event is to create a friendly climate for the exchange of views and experiences among businesspeople, politicians, academics and people from the world of culture.We want our discussion and seminars to provide space for discussion on where Europe is heading at the beginning of the third millennium.
Krzysztof Sikora, head of the University of Economy in Bydgoszcz, talks to Wojciech Romanowicz.
As a result of financial reporting problems in the United States and Europe, Brussels took a stand to have its own common standards for the markets in the European Union. We have a common "passport" for companies wanting to list on any of the EU stock exchanges, the same standards for reporting the annual results (International Financial Reporting Standards-IFRS), and International Standards on Auditing (ISA) for ensuring compliance.
Maciej Srebro, CEO of Telekomunikacja Kolejowa, talks to Urszula Imienińska.
Kujawy-Pomerania province is an average Polish region in terms of size and population, but it has enormous economic potential and is pulling out all stops to develop it. The province is well situated, well serviced by transport links and has a great deal of human capital, including more than 100,000 students.
Piotr Całbecki, chairman of the Kujawy-Pomerania province, talks to Wojciech Romanowicz.
Tomasz Jadczyk, hotel director at the Magellan Convention and Training Center in Bronisławów in the ŁódĽ region:
Last year was the most important in the history of Operator Logistyczny Paliw Płynnych Sp. z o.o. (OLPP-Liquid Fuels Logistics Operator, previous name: Naftobazy Sp. z o.o.). The company developed rapidly, carrying out investment plans starting with the construction of over 240,000 cubic meters of new storage capacity. This was necessary to meet the growing consumption of fuels in Poland and to ensure sufficient capacity for producers and importers of petroleum products to store their stocks as well as mandatory reserves.
Krzysztof Stasiak, Deputy President of the Integration and Cooperation Association:
Regulations in Poland are conducive to the development of innovation. The free-market economy has eliminated most unprofitable companies. Those that remain are strong and know how to compete. Consequently everything depends on initiative, systems that support innovation, a company's managers and its intellectual resources.
Paweł Karczewski, chairman of Naftoserwis company, talks to Agnieszka Jackowska.
Alfred Domagalski, president of the National Cooperative Council, talks to Urszula Imienińska.
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