In his analysis, Antoni Pieńkos undertook a short discussion on management problems affecting the industrial-defence sector in Turkey, Sweden and South Korea, countries, which are most interesting from Poland’s perspective. The subject of this analysis is related to the NCSS’ project “Polish Defence Industry Strategy - security and competitiveness."
We are pleased to announce that our newest report on Poland’s energy security is currently available to read on-line on our website. The report is based on remarks made by experts during the fuel security panel organised by the National Centre for Strategic Studies at the XXV Economic Forum in Krynica in 2015. The authors aimed to analyse the current situation of Poland’s energy market and to evaluate potential risks.
On 3 February 2016 years the National Centre for Strategic Studies organised in Warsaw, the second out of four workshops within the framework of the project "Polish defence industry strategy – security and competitiveness." At the meeting there were discussed a range of support instruments for the Polish defence industry.
We are pleased to invite you to read the latest NCSS report "Energy Security of Poland – on the state of Polish fuel economy security" available in electronic format on our website. It was created based on the conclusions of an expert panel about the safety of fuel market in Poland organized by the National Centre for Strategic Studies XXV during the Economic Forum in Krynica in 2015. The authors set themselves the task of examining the current state of the Polish economy and energy sector and assessing the risks related to it.
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