Dez 03


Reassessing Europe’s priorities

Europe is regaining a significant part of its lost ground in terms of GDP growth a decade after the global financial crisis. However, it is still facing critical challenges, such as economic divergence between North and South, persistent populist and nationalist tendencies and geopolitical uncertainty, especially in relation with Brexit, Trump’s policy, Russia’s ambitions and the situation in the Middle East and east Mediterranean.



Will Germany accept president Macron’s proposals to reform the Εurozone? How are the other EU member states reacting?

At the same time, southeast European governments are implementing policies to increase competitiveness, attract foreign investment and provide stability and prosperity. Southeast Europe’s energy and transportation networks are now in the spotlight in EU’s strategy to boost interregional cooperation and growth.

It is against this setting, that The Economist Events in co-operation with the German-Hellenic Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) and the valuable support of the Federation of German Industries (BDI) and the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK), have great pleasure in announcing the organization of the Southeast Europe-Germany Business & Investment Summit which is scheduled to take place in Berlin on December 3rd 2018.


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