Athens, 29 September Protected content The first annual Balkan Economic Forum conference to be held on 9 November Protected content the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in Greece will feature an impressive array of guest speakers who will engage in panel discussions led by a moderator at the four conference sessions that will be interspersed with lunch, coffee breaks and a two hour business networking reception at the conclusion of the conference.
The conference sessions, which are the current subject of widespread European media coverage, include: Protected content Energy Strategies concerning the regional oil, gas and renewable energy network expansion that will also serve as a vital transmission hub for energy deliveries from diversified sources to western Europe; Protected content Sector Investment in the Balkans concerning the means and latest international institutional programmes being deployed to spur Balkan private sector investment and economic growth; Protected content Economic Development Outlook for sustainable development, global competitiveness, Balkan inter-state cooperation, international trade, and the responsible management of natural resources on which key industries depend; and Protected content on the Future concerning improved access to capital in support of economic development and industry initiatives that mitigate risks associated with adverse global conditions in an inter-connected banking network.
The guest speakers include Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris; His Excellency Dashnor Dervishi, the Albanian Ambassador to Greece; Governor of the "Bank of Albania"; Governor of the "National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia" in FYR Macedonia; Vice Governor of the "Central Bank of Montenegro"; Deputy General Manager and Chief Market Economist at "Eurobank Ergasias SA"; Founders and/or CEOs of the Centre for International Development, Hellenic Seaplanes, Mamidakis Brothers Group of Companies, International Centre for Research on the Environment and the Economy (ICRE8); representatives from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), European Commission, U.S. State Department, International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group), Croatian Foreign Investors' Council, Hellenic Petroleum, Energy Exchange of Turkey, Vestas and the Sorbonne University.
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