European Economic Congress 2014
Tentative scope of topics/agenda

Monopol Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Polish people in global business and administration structures
  • Polish managers in the governing bodies of multinational corporations. Paths of career
  • Valued features of Polish managers in global corporate structures
  • Polish people in international institutions, administration structures and business organisations
  • How to support the careers of our compatriots abroad?
  • The public dimension of a personal professional success. How to utilise the position of Polish expatriates for the purposes of building the Polish brand? 

Monopol Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Capital market strategies
  • Development and potential of the capital market of Central Europe. Major institutions and centres. The role of the Warsaw Financial Center (WFC)
  • Activity of the Polish capital market in the funding of Polish enterprises
  • The capital market after changes to the open pension funds (OFE). Investors’ reaction. The future and ambitions of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE)
  • Competitiveness of the Polish capital market and its attractiveness for global investors
  • The government strategy for capital market development in Poland Harmonisation of national regulations with EU regulations. Support for national investors, brokerage houses and the capital market infrastructure 

Monopol Hotel

  • 14.30-16.00
  • "Telemedia" market
  • Telecommunications and the media – are they already together or still apart?
  • Consolidation of the market versus integration of services – technological and organisational sides
  • The business potential of an integrated telemedia offer – its influence on the economy, education and entertainment
  • The mobility revolution. New recipient behaviour 

Monopol Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Banking sector in the European Union
  • Banks in Europe in the current economic situation. Situation in the sector. Relations with the economy
  • Consequences of “post-crisis” regulations for bank strategies. Mechanisms and examples
  • Separation of investment activity from the current commercial activity of banks – models, rules and criteria. Consequences of the new regulation for the European banking sector
  • “Too big to fall, too expensive to save and too complicated to liquidate…” The future of banks in Europe 

Monopol Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Europe of the future
  • What have we learnt from the crisis? Strengths and weaknesses of the European Union
  • The hope of recovery. What strengthens and what suppresses the symptoms of improvement in the economic situation?
  • A loss of confidence in the free market. Expectations towards the state. Competition “in regulations” and its socio-economic consequences
  • Is there a deficit in the European solidarity? Economic protectionism versus economic patriotism
  • Migration processes and demographic transformations versus an increase in radical attitudes (populism, nationalism)
  • Are there both beneficiaries and victims? How will the economically diversified EU look like in the new partnership with the USA (TTIP)? 

Monopol Hotel

  • 14.30-16.00
  • Public finance
  • The structure of state budget. Do we spend money in a different way compared to our partners from the European Union? Between the devil of debt and the deep sea of expenditures
  • The reform of public finance. What does this expression mean to particular individuals? Representations and reality. Prospects
  • Public finance, capital market and the social security system after the changes that have taken place in open pension funds (OFE). The current state and a long-term prospect
  • The role of the state in investments, usage of EU funds and stimulation of GDP growth – both in the time of crisis and in the good times 

Monopol Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Transatlantic partnership – its effects for the economy
  • Assumptions of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The status of negotiations
  • The impact of the Partnership in macroeconomic terms. Its influence on trade turnover and the GDP
  • Abolition of customs tariffs and other trade barriers
  • Beneficiaries and benefits. Large multinational corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Potential consequences of the standardisation of regulations – “sensitive” areas (finance, the audiovisual sector and electronic services, intellectual property, agriculture and GMOs)
  • Speaking in terms of the industry. Who will benefit and who will lose?
  • The influence of the trade agreement between the EU and the USA on other markets of the global economy 

Monopol Hotel

  • 14.30-16.00
  • The funding of large investment projects
  • Mechanisms and principles of the funding of industrial and infrastructural investments in Europe and Poland
  • The capital market in Poland versus large investments. Exemplary relations, models of funding, safeguards and guarantees
  • Macro-scale investments versus the new EU financial framework. Which projects stand a chance of receiving funding?
  • State actions that support grand investments. The Polish Development Investments Programme. The role of a development bank 

Angelo Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • The golden rule of the self-government finance sector
  • Property and financial transparency, predictability and stability of a city as a way of developing the city’s own contribution to EU projects
  • The golden rule of the self-government finance sector versus the expenditure rule of the government finance sector
  • The consolidated balance sheet as an instrument for optimisation and management of urban development
  • Stated commitments – a contribution to EU projects in the new EU Financial Framework 2014-2020
  • Joint Urban Committees – a tool for the optimisation of investments that form the urban nodes of trans-European multimodal networks (transport – telecommunications – the energy industry)
  • Public-private partnerships – a tool for the optimisation of municipal investments funding 

Angelo Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Polish self-government in the new EU financial framework
  • The role of EU funds in the funding of self-government between 2014 and 2020
  • New principles and good practice in the process of application for EU financial support
  • Own contribution funding and methods of funding municipal investments. Credit and repayable instruments, bonds and public-private partnerships
  • Rationalisation of self-government expenditures between 2014 and 2020
  • Creditworthiness of self-government territorial units (JST). Criteria and practice of evaluation
  • Smart specialisations – a new tool of the EU regional policy. Identification and selection of a key development field 

Angelo Hotel

  • 14.30-16.30
  • Pro-development municipal investments
  • The range and dynamics of municipal investments in Poland. Conditions that support municipal investments
  • Prospects for funding and investment directions in the face of the new financial framework of the European Union
  • Efficiency and pro-development character of investments as major criteria for their evaluation 

Angelo Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Healthcare systems funding – challenges for Poland and Europe
  • Determinants of an increase in expenditures on healthcare – including the ageing population, the increase in the incidence of chronic diseases and the increase in costs related to new medical technologies
  • In search of sources of funding for the healthcare sector – an overview of concepts:
    • Public funding – healthcare contribution revenues, state funding and the prospects for an increase in GDP share in expenditures on healthcare
    • Commercial market – private expenditures of the patients, the future of supplementary insurance and the subscription market
  • Do we have reserves? Possibilities concerning the allocation of resources already present in the system, as well as the consolidation and rationalisation of the existing financial, HR and infrastructural healthcare resources
  • Obligations and liquidity of hospitals versus the continuity of healthcare services being provided
  • A summary of the operation of the Directive on cross-border healthcare in Poland. How does the implementation of this Directive influence the National Health Fund (NFZ) budget? Do the new provisions allow an increase in revenue of medical facilities?
  • The Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 – the volume of EU funds that will support the healthcare sector. How will we take advantage of this opportunity? 

Angelo Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Diseases related to contemporary civilisation. How to beat them?
  • Cardiovascular diseases, arterial hypertension, diabetes, autoimmune diseases – epidemiology today and tomorrow
  • Health risks: unhealthy eating habits, overweight and obesity, lack of physical activity, excessive alcohol consumption, tobacco smoking and stress. How to change the lifestyles of the society?
    • The significance of the public health system
    • Prevention programmes and education
    • Organisation of treatment and post-hospital care
  • The pharmaceutical policy and the availability of new effective therapies for patients 

Angelo Hotel

  • 14.30-16.00
  • Private health map
  • Assets of the private medical sector in Poland and Europe
  • Important acquisitions and decisions to increase a company’s share capital made in this market between 2013-2014
  • Prospects concerning the development of the private medical sector in Poland and selected countries; plans of the most important players
  • A debate on present and postulated conditions for investing private capital in the Polish healthcare sector
  • An overview of opinions on the rules of contracting medical services by the payer, including the context of development plans concerning private medical facilities 

Angelo Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Investment attractiveness
  • Building the attractiveness of cities and regions of Poland versus the inflow of investments
  • Conditions that influence the attractiveness of a location. The significance of the so-called “soft location factors”: quality of life, range of cultural events, possibilities of recreation and social climate
  • Competences of national and regional authorities in creating competitive advantages for various locations
  • Cooperation and good practice between self-government units and investors
  • Activity of municipalities and communes in adopting Local Area Development Plans (MPZP). Land use plans and studies of spatial development in view of the expectations of investors 

Angelo Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Entrepreneur-friendly self-government
  • The role of self-government in creating business development in the region
  • Incentives and facilitations for entrepreneurs – support for creating new jobs
  • Urban investments and absorption of EU funds as a driver of growth for the SME sector
  • Clusters, economic zones and chambers of commerce – their role in the development of small and medium-sized entrepreneurship 

Angelo Hotel

  • 14.30-16.30
  • Promotion of innovation: a need or a must?
  • The importance of innovations for the development of enterprises and the needs of the contemporary society
  • New sources of innovations and the possibilities of stimulating them
  • How to engage one's environment in the process of creating innovations? trends and inspirations
  • Innovations in administration and their influence on society
  • Design thinking, or the process of designing innovations
  • Informal education for the development of innovations
  • The media and their role in promoting innovations

Angelo Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Creative placemaking in the public space
  • Creative placemaking as a process, a way of thinking and a tool for the transformation of places, cities and regions
  • The role of culture and art in the restoration of abandoned buildings and urban infrastructure, as well as in giving them new functions
  • Economic and social benefits from placemaking. Its influence on the property market, security and the quality of life
  • How do they do it? From inspiration to implementation. Obstacles that creative projects have to face
  • Partnership cooperation between various circles – entrepreneurs, local communities and not-for-profit organisations, as well as authorities and institutions
  • Models, good practice and the potential for creative placemaking in Central Europe

Angelo Hotel

  • 16.15-17.30
  • A map of challenges and new opportunities – is money the only thing that Polish oncology needs?
  • Good organizational practices in oncology healthcare on the basis of European experience
  • What challenge will oncological diseases constitute to us in the forthcoming 10 years?
  • How to compensate for infrastructure gaps in the Polish healthcare sector, having so little resources at our disposal?
  • Models of cooperation/co-existence of public and private healthcare centres in the healthcare market – based on international experience
  • The role of a regulator in the healthcare market

Qubus Hotel

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Migration in contemporary Europe. HR and labour market in the EU

HR and labour market in Poland

  • Situation in the Polish HR and labour market – major phenomena and trends
  • Key regulations concerning the HR and labour market
  • Unemployment among young people versus the structure of education and the educational policy of the state
  • How to educate people in order to adapt them to the future HR and labour market?
  • Cooperation between education and business as an answer to the needs of the HR and labour market 

Qubus Hotel

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Market mechanisms for smart development
  • Off-budget financing of R&D operation as an investment. Chances for stimulating the activity of enterprises and funds
  • The role of funds and programmes of the European Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 in supporting innovations
  • An entrepreneur, a private equity fund and public and European funds: public-private partnership as a model of cooperation in implementing innovative projects
  • How to create enterprises based on knowledge with the participation of entities from the sectors of science, business and finance? The breaking of legal and organisational, as well as market, financial and mental barriers

Qubus Hotel

  • 14.30-16.30
  • The capital for the development of enterprises
  • The system of funding of small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland – the current state, prospects and directions of change
  • The new EU financial framework. Does the reorientation of objectives constitute an opportunity for dynamic and innovative enterprises?
  • Private capital in search of extraordinary projects (VC and PE funds and business angels)
  • The offer of the banking sector for the SME
  • Surety and guarantee instruments
  • SME in the capital market – NewConnect, Catalyst and the principal market 

Qubus Hotel

  • 16.30-17.30
  • Poland-Japan Meeting

Cooperation in the field of technology transfer for the Polish energy sector

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Common energy market in Europe
  • The idea of a common energy market in Europe. Objectives, implementation and limitations
  • Energy and fuels market. Is it a pillar of European integration?
  • Europe as an importer of energy carriers. Should there be a common purchasing policy of EU countries?
  • The climate protection policy (EU 2030 Objectives) and its influence on the level of energy prices, market development and energy security in the EU
  • The influence of common actions undertaken in the energy market on energy prices and the pace of their growth
  • Investments indispensable for building the common energy market
  • The European Energy Community as an opportunity for the countries of Central Europe 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Investments in the energy sector
  • Investments in the European energy industry. Funds and types of projects. Regional specificity
  • Implemented and planned investment undertakings in the Polish generation and network energy industry
  • Regulations at the European level and national solutions as key conditions for investments in the energy industry
  • How to stimulate investments effectively and in compliance with the principles of the free market?
  • Projects with a future. Which types of sources and installations are worth investing in? The scale and types of risks 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.30
  • Polish energy industry – facts and myths
  • Has the process of market liberalisation in Poland created a healthy basis for its development?
  • Does over-regulation limit the development of this sector?
  • Does a smart client connected to a smart network indicate a revolution which is just around the corner?
  • Have the end customers really benefited from market liberalisation? 

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Competitive chemical engineering in Europe
  • Global conditions for the competitiveness of chemical production in Europe
  • Raw materials in chemical engineering – the key role of gas and its prices
  • The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and its potential influence on the global chemicals market
  • Other areas of competition and cooperation (Russia, the Middle East and Africa)
  • Strategies of chemical companies in view of market challenges

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Energy Efficiency and distributed generation – solutions to problems of modern power industry
  • The idea of energy efficiency in practice. European objectives and their implementation
  • Efficient generation and the distributed energy industry in Europe and Poland
  • Small sources – their present and future place in sustainable energy systems
  • The role of prosumers – technology, awareness, rights and duties
  • Pro-environmental innovations in the energy industry. “Green economy” – is it a postulate or reality?
  • Solar management as a contribution to the idea of sustainable energy industry 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.00
  • Energy industry. Power market
  • The power market as a state aid tool – European regulations
  • The potential significance of the power market for the energy security of the state and for investments in the energy industry
  • The Polish concept of the power market. In what direction will we go?
  • The power market versus the free energy market 

Altus building

  • 16.15-17.30
  • The "Młodzi Reformują Polskę" ("The Young Reform Poland") initiative
  • A diagnosis of the situation of the Polish economy. The most important risks and challenges (development drift, middle-income trap)
  • Necessary reforms according to experts, as well as in the broad public perception. Consequences of changes, as well as of abandoning them
  • Generational gap versus different views on the achievements of the quarter of the century of Polish transformations. The view of the older generation on the economic concepts proposed by the young

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Metallurgy in Europe
  • Metallurgical production in Europe. Figures and trends
  • Conditions for the maintenance and development of metallurgy in Europe. Energy prices, climate policy and industrial policy
  • Hopes and prospects. Grand investment programmes in the European infrastructure as a source of demand for steel products
  • Openness of the European market towards metallurgical products imported from outside the EU. Tools for the protection of European steel manufacturers and distributors 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Metallurgy. Distribution
  • Situation and trends in the development of the steel distribution market
  • New requirements of the customers and new models of ordering
  • Steel processing
  • Demand for steel products: investments in railways, the energy industry, transport and household appliances
  • Steel distribution seen from the point of view of the financial and insurance sector 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.00
  • Metallurgy. Regulations
  • Consequences of regulations concerning VAT – a positive boost or a permanent trend of market reconstruction?
  • What will come next after the changes to VAT? Possible scenarios
  • The market versus tax authorities 

Altus building

  • 16.15-17.30
  • Nuclear energy industry in Central Europe
  • The model of market regulations for the implementation of nuclear investments in the EU
  • The role of nuclear energy in the future energy mix in the EU
  • Nuclear powers in Central Europe Plans of the neighbouring states and their potential influence on the Polish nuclear project
  • Progress in the implementation of the Polish Nuclear Energy Programme – current assumptions and timing 

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Infrastructure in Central Europe
  • Transport infrastructure development in the countries of Central Europe – social and economic effects
  • The role of EU funds that support infrastructure development in both the passing and the newly begun financial framework
  • National infrastructure development programmes versus the pursuance of tasks related to the implementation of routes of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T)
  • Cross-border continuity of both new and modernised railways and roads in Poland, as well as in the Czech Republic and Slovakia 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Infrastructure development in the new EU financial framework
  • A summary of the last 10 years of infrastructure investments in Poland
  • Infrastructural investments in view of the priorities of the new EU Financial Framework 2014-2020
  • Where, in what way and how much to invest? Possible infrastructural project funding in railway operations and road engineering, as well as in power grid and gas network development
  • Relations in the market and tendering procedures in view of the current regulations on public procurement
  • Avoid repeating old mistakes. Both contractors and contracting authorities have been enriched by the experience of the passing financial framework 


Altus building

  • 14.30-16.30
  • Investments in commercial property – prospective sectors and locations

 

  • Commercial property in Central Europe. Investment attractiveness analysis for the capitals of the region
  • Trade, offices, hotels, or warehouses? Prospects for growth in particular sectors of the property market
  • How to construct in order to ensure investment success of a project at the stage of tenancy and sale?
  • Commercial property funding. Active investors, possibilities and financial market barriers 

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • The 2nd Africa – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum

PANEL I:

  • A panorama of African markets – promising industries and sectors of the economy. The potential for cooperation
  • A map of raw materials in Africa Investment possibilities in the extractive sector. European mining technology. Exploitation of minerals in accordance with the interests of local communities and the environment
  • The most attractive regions/groups of African countries from the point of view of a European investor. The West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA), countries of Eastern Africa and Ethiopia 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • The 2nd Africa – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum

PANEL II 

  • Central European and Polish investments – examples of business strategies pursued in Africa
  • Invest and create a market. The influence of selected investments on internal demand stimulation, economic growth and the development of related industries. A study of good practice
  • Assessment of the “Go Africa” programme after one year of its operation. The role of diplomacy and administration in supporting the expansion of European enterprises in Africa
  • Business security in Africa. Types of risks and risk-mitigating factors. Market knowledge
  • Education and HR – a challenge for Africa. In what way can European business influence the quality of the African labour & HR market? 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.30
  • The 2nd Africa – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum

PANEL III

  • Central European and Polish investments – examples of business strategies pursued in Africa
  • Invest and create a market. The influence of selected investments on internal demand stimulation, economic growth and the development of related industries. A study of good practice
  • Assessment of the “Go Africa” programme after one year of its operation. The role of diplomacy and administration in supporting the expansion of European enterprises in Africa
  • Business security in Africa. Types of risks and risk-mitigating factors. Market knowledge
  • Education and HR – a challenge for Africa. In what way can European business influence the quality of the African labour & HR market?

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Twenty-five years of foreign investments in Poland. Assessment and prospects
    An assessment of the quarter-century of foreign investments in Poland
  • How did it begin? First large privatisations and first investors
  • The common experience of the countries of Central Europe in attracting foreign investments
  • Factors of investment attractiveness – yesterday, today and tomorrow 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • The influence of foreign investments on the Polish economy
  • Investments versus the GDP. Is there a driver of growth?
  • Investments of a pro-development and creative character. “Import” know-how
  • The FDI and the employment situation. The offer of skilled labour force
  • The development of cooperation links networks. Relations with sub-suppliers. The issue of “polonisation” of products
  • SEZ in the structure of the Polish economy, as well as in the process of its transformations 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.30
  • Foreign investments in Poland – the perspective of the forthcoming decade
  • New trends in foreign investments in Poland and Europe
  • Research and development. The role of cooperation between research facilities and business
  • Investments in industries related to highly advanced technologies (the ICT and the aerospace industry)
  • The services sector versus investments. Poland as a leader in business services 

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Innovations, research and development
  • Funds of the new EU financial framework as a source of funding for innovative and R&D projects
  • Areas that are particularly “susceptible to innovations”. What is worth investing in? The ICT sector: smart energy industry, pharmacy and biotechnology, the aerospace industry, new materials and nanotechnologies
  • The administration supports innovations – the effectiveness of tools deployed and their influence on the free market
  • Cooperation between business and science. Contradictions and good practice in overcoming them 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Upstream – the exploration and production sector today and tomorrow
  • Profitability and prospects for upstream development. New players in the global market
  • Costs, risks and know-how in the fuels extraction sector. Organisational, technological and financial complexity of exploration and production projects
  • Access to resources. Territorial expansion areas and barriers
  • New extraction technologies – unconventional resources 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.30
  • Gas market
  • How the American shale gas revolution can influence the global, European and Polish gas market?
  • The Polish gas market and industry in view of changes taking place in the European market. Liberalisation, infrastructure, dependence and security
  • State policy in the gas market. A national champion or a liberalised market?
  • The tariff policy of the Energy Regulatory Office (URE). Where are we heading? What do we want to achieve?
  • Exchange obligation – a step towards liberalisation or a law that is unable to be operative?
  • The target model of the Polish gas market – a prospect for 20 years. What vision of administration do we have? 

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Airports and the aviation market in Poland
  • Chances and risks related to the development of airport infrastructure
  • Air passenger transport – dynamics and prospects
  • Airlines and airport hosts – standards and the practice of mutual relations
  • Factors that decide on the development of arrivals and departures traffic in the region
  • Determinants of a carrier’s decision concerning a launch of an air link
  • How to develop and promote attractions and assets of a region that would attract air traffic, in terms of both business and tourism?
  • Waiting for an investor… Investment funding in the case of airports
  • Airport-based infrastructure. Airports in the commercial property market 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Transport. Cargo market – perspectives and challenges
  • The rail market. Should there be consolidation or rather foreigh expansion?
  • Strategic objectives of the EU transport policy – Horizon 2030. The share of railways as well as  river and sea transport
  • Rail transport in intra-industry competition and the transport policy of the state. Favouring and discrimination?
  • Changes to the Polish cargo market. Competition and European ambitions
  • Intermodal transport – the sector of dynamic growth 

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.00
  • Logistics in Europe
  • Prospects for the development of the trans-European network of transport corridors and their influence on the logistics industry
  • Conditions indispensable for further growth in logistics investments
  • The significance of distribution centres in Central and Eastern Europe in the global development of the logistics sector
  • What do the largest clients of logistics services expect?
  • Attractive locations for developers of warehouse and logistics areas
  • The role and functions of seaports in the Polish economy
  • The Polish port infrastructure potential – its development and utilisation. Major operators – their achievements and strategic plans
  • Baltic ports in the European transport corridors?
  • Airports in the cargo market 

Altus building

  • 16.15-17.30
  • Logistics. Transport corridors
  • Transport corridors as an element of the transport policy of the EU
  • The Baltic-Adriatic corridor – the concept, its importance, target functions and implementation capacity
  • The position of Poland as a transport hub for Central and Eastern Europe
  • Business, local authorities and government administration – cooperation framework. Coordination of actions at the European level
  • Investment needs – railway projects, multimodal nodes and seaports
  • The new EU Financial Framework 2014-2020 as a potential source of financing for the projects related to the Baltic-Adriatic corridor

 

Altus building

  • 09.30-11.30
  • Pakistan – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum.
    Framework for economic cooperation
  • The potential for economic cooperation between Pakistan and Central Europe
  • Pakistan: a gateway to Central and South Asia
  • Polish Vision for Cooperation with Central and South Asia
  • The role of international enterprises in the development of the private sector in Pakistan 

Altus building

  • 12.00-14.00
  • Pakistan – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum.
    The potential for trade cooperation between Pakistan and Central Europe

 

  • Priorities of the trade policy pursued by Pakistan
  • Pakistan: An important manufacturing platform as EU internationalises towards Asia
  • Opportunities for entrepreneurs from Central Europe
  • Trade between Pakistan and Poland: prospects and challenges
  • Trade cooperation with Pakistan in sectors other than the traditional ones

Altus building

  • 14.30-16.00
  • Pakistan – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum.
    Investment capabilities and the legal framework of Pakistan

 

  • Investments and legal framework of Pakistan, as seen from the point of view of the industry
  • Work environment in Pakistan, as seen by foreign enterprises
  • Exploration in search of oil and gas deposits in Pakistan: opportunities and challenges
  • Investment priorities of Poland in Central and South Asia
  • Investments in the energy sector of Pakistan 

Altus building

  • 16.15-17.30
  • New extractive projects in Poland
  • New investments in exploration and extraction of mineral deposits and their influence on the GDP
  • Investment conditions in the extractive sector
  • Legal and tax conditions for exploration and extraction projects
  • Domestic and foreign investors in the Polish market (coal mining, mining of metal ores and mining of both conventional and unconventional hydrocarbons)
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