The Three Seas Initiative – key opportunities and challenges for economic cooperation
The following project aims to identify the unexploited opportunities and existing barriers to the intensification of economic cooperation among the twelve EU Member States that comprise the Three Seas Initiative: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
You can find here the series of video podcasts with experts and decision-makers from each of the twelve 3SI countries, a report on the prospects of attracting more foreign investors to the Three Seas region from the U.S., UK, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the Nordics and the problematic case of China, as well as the video recording from the conference wrapping up the project.
Components of the project
In this report, we focus on the prospects of attracting more foreign investors to the Three Seas region from the U.S., UK, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the Nordics and the problematic case of China. We also identify the key barriers that stand in the way of attracting more funds for investments and propose solutions on how to overcome them.
The series of 12 video podcasts with experts and decision-makers from each of the 3SI countries on the opportunities and barriers for economic cooperation in this regional format, hosted by Stefan Tompson.
Video recording from the conference organized in Warsaw with the contribution of experts and diplomats from the 3SI countries. The two panels were devoted respectively to the main opportunities and challenges for economic cooperation in the Three Seas region and the existing opportunities to invest and get involved in the 3SI projects.
Public task financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland within the grant competition „Public Diplomacy 2022”