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Economic challenges of globalisation

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XX ECONOMIC FORUM

Economic challenges of globalisation

Plenary Session: Creating EU Financial Perspective 2014–2020 – Innovation or Infrastructure? Gyorgy Szapary, Economic Policy Adviser to the Prime Ministe , The Prime Minister’s Oce, Hungary; Francis Bail- ly, Vice–President European Aairs, GE, Belgium; Janusz Lewandowski, Commissioner for Financial Programming and Budget, European Commission, Poland; Marc Coleman, Economics Editor / Current Aairs presente , Newstalk 106, 108 FM, Ireland; Mirek Topolanek, Former Prime Minister (2006–2009), ODS, Civic Democratic Part , Czech Republic; Gunter Verheugen, former Vice-President, European Commission, Germany; Jaroslaw Bauc, President of the Board, CEO, Polkomtel SA, Poland

A debate about the eco- nomic problems tro- ubling contemporary Europe makes us realise that we can no longer think, not to say act, only locally. One of the fundamental dimensions of globalisation is the universali- sation of economic problems and processes. Maintaining positive economic development indices requ- ires us to quickly make up for extended historical negligence which can pose a threat to the EU’s economic future.

Marek Belka, President, National Bank of Poland

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