The EEC provided a unique platform for a debate, bringing together pundits, politicians and business people for three days filled with discussions, conversations, and meetings. The agenda of the 15th European Economic Congress covered key subjects and trends changing the economy as well as defined its prospects in a changing geopolitical and macroeconomic environment.
Cepconsult discussed with the participants of the Congress the competitiveness and resilience of the European economy and the transition of its energy sector, an issue that has recently gained additional importance in the context of Europe’s attempts at increasing its independence from fuel and raw material imports.
For obvious reasons, the agenda of the Congress included the subject of the war in Ukraine and comprehensive support provided to the country in need. Apart from demonstrating European solidarity with the country defending the values of the free world, preparations for the process of rebuilding Ukraine were discussed.