Katowice — a Polish City for a Change

The City of Katowice is interested in attracting investors who are looking to create new jobs in the more creative sectors, based on high technologies, environment-friendly as City hall is promoting our city as an ecological one, not just a city based on traditional industries, says Marcin Krupa, Mayor of Katowice in a video interview with Emerging Europe.


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