May 13th, 2019
The EU needs a reform to cope with modern challenges, such as climate change, demographic and migration problems, competitiveness and the digital economy, according to participants in an inaugural panel of the 11th European Economic Congress (EEC). The 11th European Economic Congress (EEC), which started in Katowice, southern Poland, on Monday, is one of the biggest business events in Central Europe. This year's edition will likely be attended by over 12,000 guests. The programme of the three-day congress envisages over 150 debates, discussions regarding Europe's future and accompanying events, including European Start-up Days.