Representatives from Poland and south-eastern states in the US have come together to explore opportunities
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The EU11 – Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia – have outperformed the rest of the EU member countries when it comes to inward FDI for the past two years, according to the World Bank.
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The many advantages of public-private partnerships have seen the model utilised across the developed world. Now, countries in central and eastern Europe are looking to benefit from the model but governmental and legislative support can often be found lacking.
Poland's former finance minister, central bank governor and deputy prime minister, Leszek Balcerowicz, says the solution the the eurozone's problems lies in reforms and attracting investment, not bailouts.
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