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Rzeczpospolita - Poland | Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Polish economic summit makes its mark

The biggest economic summit in Central Eastern Europe began today, Wednesday, in the southern Polish town of Krynica Górska. The conservative daily Rzeczpospolita is already predicting a positive outcome for the Forum Ekonomiczne: "In the 20 years since the Krynica summits began the event has gained a firm foothold in the schedules of the economic elites. The number of participants increases with almost each year that passes, despite the fact that prices in this little mountain town are very high and the conditions provided by the sanatoriums and hotels are far from the luxury these businesspeople are accustomed to. Nonetheless they all make their way there because it is the done thing to be in Krynica in September. It is not just the Poles who value the opportunity to meet Polish entrepreneurs there. Not only the President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek will be in Krynica as usual, but also EU Commission President José Manuel Barroso."

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