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Big-ticket projects helping economy amid virus crisis: Polish president  

25.08.2020 06:00
A host of big-ticket projects undertaken by Poland's government are helping steer the country through the global coronavirus crisis, President Andrzej Duda has said.
Polish President Andrzej Duda.
Polish President Andrzej Duda.Photo: Igor Smirnow/KPRP

In a message to participants in a business conference, Duda said that major projects could help the economy weather the COVID-19 disruption and promised to be “the foundation of future growth.”

A range of ambitious projects started and planned by Poland's ruling conservatives could help build a more modern economy, while also facilitating closer regional and European ties, Duda said in a letter to businesspeople and officials taking part in the 3rd Development Vision Forum, a conference that began on Monday in the Baltic port of Gdynia.

He listed projects including a new planned mega-airport in central Poland and work to build a new waterway in the north of the country, in addition to the Polish-led Three Seas Initiative, which aims to boost infrastructure, energy and economic cooperation among 12 countries between the Black, Baltic and Adriatic Seas.

Duda said earlier this year that large infrastructure and industrial projects were a driver of economic growth in the time of the coronavirus crisis.

The Polish president and prime minister in late May urged stepped-up investment in Europe to stimulate economies and help them recover from the coronavirus pandemic.


Source: PAP