The Romanian Presidency has asked the EESC for an exploratory opinion on "Towards better economic convergence and competitiveness within macro-regions, such as the European Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) - the role of transnational clusters". Romania has been holding the presidency for this macro-regional strategy since November 2018 and intends to use the EESC exploratory opinion as a working paper for preparing the meeting of the Ministers of economy of the EUSDR states. Against this background, the EESC is organising a public hearing in Bucharest with the participation of stakeholders to explore how project-oriented policies can be directed towards the development of transnational networks. The hearing will also reflect the added value of transnational clusters for achieving economic convergence and reducing territorial disparities.
Towards a better economic convergence and competitiveness within EU macro-regions
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