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Thursday, 30 October 2014

"Italian investors bravely backed Polish transformation"

  |   President at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Rome President at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Rome Meeting with Italian business representatives in Rome Meeting with Italian business representatives in Rome Meeting with Italian business representatives in Rome

In the 1990s Italian investors showed trust in Poland's transformation, President Bronislaw Komorowski said on Thursday to Italian business representatives in Rome; today Polish entrepreneurs are increasingly interested in the Italian market, he added.


The President stated that EU should endeavor to gain more favourable price conditions. As the President remarked, if we overcome monopoly practices connected with the direction of supply of energy resources and create the alternative sources of energy, it will be easier to gain more favourable and lower prices of energy resources.


Pointing to energy security as an important priority of Italy's presidency of the Council of the European Union, the President mentioned the construction of the LNG terminal in Swinoujscie as an example of Polish-Italian economic cooperation in this area.


Poland pins high hopes on increased economic cooperation with Italy, President Komorowski also said. "We remember the time when Italian investors had the courage to believe in Poland's transformation," he remarked, adding that for Poland this had been an opportunity to rebuild the job market and return to the path of economic development.


Polish entrepreneurs show more and more interest in the Italian market -the President noticed.  


In the long term, the President said, Poland's opportunities lie in shifting to a knowledge-based economy, with more money spent on education, science and the information society.


It is essential to change the economic model-the imitative model should be replaced by the innovative model. In order to achieve that, it is essential to reform the higher education system. 


"We also want to share our experience with those countries that are stepping onto the path of transformation, including economic transformation, to mention Ukraine and Moldova," Bronisław Komorowski also said.


The President remarked that Polish experiences can hearten the Eastern Partnership countries and encourage them to overcome the economic problems.


Poland wants also to share its experience during the EXPO 2015 in Milan.(PAP, own information)

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