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Márton Ugrósdy represented IFAT at the 10th European Economic Congress in Katowice

Márton Ugrósdy represented IFAT at the 10th European Economic Congress in Katowice, Poland on May 14-15.


Márton Ugrósdy represented IFAT at the 10th European Economic Congress in Katowice, Poland on May 14-15. Our deputy director spoke on the panel which focused on the internal problems of the EU Single Market. In his intervention, Mr. Ugrósdy highlighted that even though the Four Freedoms look magnificent on paper, in practice, apart from cheap labor – that is people – capital, goods and services flow much easier from West to East than to East to West. The Polish speakers of the panel further underscored this point building on their own experience. The conclusion was that enhanced Central European cooperation can offer some remedies for this situation.