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June 28-29 K. Simonov participates in the 21st roundtable with the Government of Greece

Distinguished personalities and prominent leaders from Greece, Europe and around the world will join us in this year’s annual 21st Economist Roundtable with the Government of Greece scheduled to take place in Athens on June 28th-29th 2017 to brainstorm, debate and put forward proposals on all the issues that this high profile event will once again be addressing.

Recent developments such as Brexit, the election of Donald Trump as the new US president, the rise of populism, the elections in France and Germany as well as the refugee crisis and security challenges in Europe convey a strong message for change. Leaders need to implement a strategy for closer economic and political integration in order to restore stability and confidence on both sides of the Atlantic.
• Will they succeed?
On the other hand, 2017 is also set to be crucial for Greece’s future as the country strives to stabilise its economy, maintain the momentum of the structural reforms and return to the path of competitiveness and growth. Moreover, the need for new investment to boost the economy and reduce unemployment is vital. 

• Will Greece untangle its obstacles while Europe is unravelling?

Konstantin Simonov will deliver a report on energy projects in the south of Europe. 

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