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Polish president courts US investors in New York: interview

24.09.2021 14:30
As he wraps up his four-day trip to New York, Poland's President Andrzej Duda is on Friday set to visit the Polish Army Veterans Association of America, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Radio Polands Danuta Isler talks to Marjorie Chorlins, Senior VP for European Affairs at the US Chamber of Commerce, in New York.
Radio Poland's Danuta Isler talks to Marjorie Chorlins, Senior VP for European Affairs at the US Chamber of Commerce, in New York.Photo: Danuta Isler/Radio Poland

Meanwhile, on Thursday, the Polish head of state addressed a United Nations food summit and held talks with members of the Washington-based US Chamber of Commerce, the largest lobbying group in the United States, founded in 1912 and representing over 3 million businesses and organisations.

Danuta Isler spoke in New York to Marjorie Chorlins, Senior Vice President for European Affairs at the chamber, to find out more about the meeting, which was attended by executives from the biggest US investors in Poland, among them IT giant IBM.

Photo: Photo: Jakub Szymczuk/KPRP

They were eager to learn how Poland feels about Europe’s objectives in areas such as digitization and green transition, and what the country is doing to continue attracting foreign investors.

Click on the audio player above to hear the interview.