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  • 26 April 2017

    "Economic cooperation is, next to cooperation in security, the second pillar of Polish-US relations,” said deputy chief of Polish diplomacy during his meeting with Eric Stewart, President of the US-Poland Business Council.

     

    The talks, which have taken place today, covered the prospects of Polish-US economic cooperation. Deputy Minister Marek Ziółkowski thanked his interlocutor for the commitment of US companies to invest in Poland. The highlight of the agenda was the issue of shaping the new US administration and President Trump’s activities in the area of commercial policy, as well as prospects of renewing talks on redefining transatlantic cooperation in trade and investment. Deputy Foreign Minister Ziółkowski and Business Council President Stewart also discussed preparations to the mission of US-Poland Business Council (USPLBC) due on 24-25 May in Warsaw that brings together representatives of major American businesses.


    The US-Poland Business Council – USPLBC, which brings together 19 businesses, was established in July 2010.  Its mission is to promote Polish-US commercial relations by among others arranging visits of senior officials and economic missions. The first economic mission to Poland was organized on 18-19 October 2010.


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