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productive poles

Among the fundamental elements of the first intuition about the EoC there was the idea of the productive poles: Chiara Lubich propose to create, by the movement experimental cities - which, with their presence, should help keep alive the spirit of the project, a concentration of companies, a visible laboratory and a referral, ideal and operational too, for other  EoC companies.

Existing Poles (Polo= Pole):

  • Polo Spartaco (Brasile - Vargem Grande Paulista)
  • Polo Lionello (Italia - Loppiano)
  • Polo Solidaridad (Argentina - O'Higgins)
  • Polo Ginetta (Brasile - Igarassu - Recife)
  • Polo Mariapoli Faro (Croazia - Krizevci)
  • Polo Belgio (Belgio)
  • Polo Giosi Guella (Portugal - Abrigada)

Poles in the inception phase:

    • Polo Francois Neveux (Brasile - Benevides - PA)
    • Polo Filippine (Filippine)
    • Polo Ottmaring (Germania)

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