CEE Competing to Pick Up the Brexit Fall-Out

Brexit isn’t expected to have a short term impact on Central and Eastern Europe but long term consequences are already on the horizon.

At the Economic Forum in Krynica, Emerging Europe spoke to Jan Mládek, Minister of Industry and Trade, Czech Republic, and Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development, Poland, about how they see the post-Brexit landspe develop in Central and Eastern Europe.

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