‘We justified the creation of the Central Eastern European (CEE) GE region. I look forward to a lot more growth here, as we move forward, if you think about the new GE beliefs, whether it is customers or speed or delivering results in uncertain time there is a lot in that takes place in this region’ – said John Rice, Vice Chairman and President & CEO GE Global Growth & Operations at a Q&A session with MBA students and GE Foundations Scholar-Leaders upon his arrival in Poland last weekend. His 4-day CEE tour covered Poland, Romania, Hungary and Croatia. We visited around twenty customers, met with governments, journalists and had several employee sessions. We also debated with stakeholders on the future of renewables in Poland as that country is just passing a new regulation that will secure future investments in this area. We had discussions in Hungary with GE leaders from all over the region on how customers could benefit from the synergies of our manufacturing and technology development capacities in the region.
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