Common Market as the common commitment

Ambitious Paneuropean projects such as energy transition require unusual and inevitable efforts to obtain financing. The European project should be strenthened thorough a clear action for the common market and not protectionism – says new report of the Polish Economic Institute stating priorities for the new European Comission 2019-2024.


One of eleven chapters (chapter 7) on capital markets was authored by Katarzyna Szwarc from Instrat.



Publication was released on October 23rd, 2019 at a joint event organized by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Polish Economic Institute hosting Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański, Piotr Arak (PIE) and Guntram Wolff (Bruegel).


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