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UK Nordic Baltic Summit brings together politicians, policymakers and entrepreneurs

The UK Nordic Baltic Summit took place between the 19-20 January, and was attended by UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Prime Ministers from the Nordic and Baltic countries.

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The event brought together Prime Ministers, policy innovators, entrepreneurs and business leaders to discuss how best to boost economic growth, enterprise and job creation while improving people’s well being.

Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the UK were all represented at the summit.

Discussions were stimulated through a series of policy presentations delivered by delegates themselves. The presentations have all been published on a dedicated website, to enable members of the public to add their thoughts and comments.

To see coverage of the summit on Twitter, follow the hashtag #uknordicbaltic

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Published 19 January 2011