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Smart Specialisation – Lower Silesia, Poland

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Four short documentaries each communicating a different key message or theme as a take-home for stakeholders to understand how ‘Smart specialisation strategies’ (S3)’ can make a difference in their region. The documentaries aim at inspiring stakeholders to explore new thinking, new approaches, unusual paths to smart, sustainable growth in line with Europe’s wider ambitions.
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Type: Video news release   Reference: I-083295   Date: 31/10/2013   Duration: 03:59 Location: Poland  
Languages: ORIGINAL, ENGLISH, ENGLISH (ESPANOL SUBTITLE)

Tags: Regional policy | Research and development
© European Union, 2013   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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