Description:The Polish economy is in ruins. Inflation is running at 40% a month. The price of a bottle of milk can rise 7 times in 1 day. No-one knows the value of anything because for over 40 years all prices have been set by the state. A team of bankers, accountants and management consultants from Britain are invited to Poland by the free market Adam Smith Institute for a high-level seminar on privatization with government ministers and industrial bosses. But the seminar reveals more about the cultural divide between the 2 groups of participants than it helps solve Poland's problems. Dispatches shows how a popular government is trying to overcome 40 years of socialist tradition and the entrenched habits of tens of thousands of party apparatchiks.