The Warsaw Economic Hub (WEH) is an annual international meeting focusing on issues of key importance to the CEE region, Europe and the world, seen through the perspective of Poland as an international interactive business and economic hub.
The 11th edition of the Warsaw Economic Hub
The 11th edition of the Warsaw Economic Hub International Annual Meeting was held on December 14th. Ten years after the last global financial crises, amide controversial developments around the globe, while facing major challenges in European Union, we were looking for answers of some questions of a key importance to Poland and CEE region.
Daily news: More investment needed
The Polish government is still waiting for a more pronounced increase of private sector investments, Investment and Development Minister Jerzy Kwiecinski admitted in an interview for Rzeczpospolita daily, expressing hope that Poland’s infrastructural investments and programs such as Mieszkanie Plus will translate into investments in the private sector.
European Union: No Time Left! Guenter Verheugen talks to the Voice:
Let’s talk about the challenges for the most advanced international project our continent has ever had: the European Union. In your opinion, are they mainly of a global or rather an internal, European nature?
This interview comes from The Warsaw Voice Autumn issue