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    Third day of the European Economic Congress in Katowice

    The third day of the European Economic Congress (EEC) saw some important debates on the economy. On the third day of the European Economic Congress in Katowice, Poland, experts, business leaders, and policymakers gathered to engage in crucial discussions regarding various economic issues. Among the speakers were Łukasz Czopik, Vice-marshal of the Silesian Voivodeship; Jerzy Muzyk, Vice-president of Krakow; Jakub Banaszek, Representative of the Mayor of Chełm; Adam Neumann, President of Gliwice; Piotr Kuczera, President of Rybnik; and Artur Zieliński, Vice-president of Płock.

    These influential figures shared their insights on the economy, highlighting the importance of innovation, research and development, state intervention, and the transition to a low-carbon economy. The European Economic Congress serves as a critical platform for dialogue and debate, enabling key stakeholders to explore ways to promote economic growth and development in Europe.

    One of the key discussions on the third day centered around the importance of innovation in the economy. The speakers highlighted the need for businesses to be innovative and adaptable to remain competitive in today’s fast-changing world. They also emphasized the importance of investing in research and development to support innovation.

    Another important debate focused on the role of the state in the economy. The speakers discussed the benefits and drawbacks of state intervention in the economy and how it could be used to promote economic growth and development.

    The third day of the Congress also saw discussions on the digital economy, energy, and climate change. Experts highlighted the need for the transition to a low-carbon economy and the importance of investment in renewable energy sources.

    The European Economic Congress is an important platform for dialogue and debate on economic issues. The event provides an opportunity for experts and policymakers to share their knowledge and ideas on how to promote economic growth and development in Europe. The discussions held on the third day of the Congress emphasized the importance of innovation, investment in research and development, and the transition to a low-carbon economy.

    Also, on this day PM Mateusz Morawiecki announced the new Microsoft investition in Poland.

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