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Davos Annual Meeting 2006 - What Business Expects from Brussels

http://www.weforum.org/27.01.2006As the EU weathers one of its biggest political crises, business leaders are as concerned as the European public about its ability to create an environment for growth . 1) If the European Union loses relevance as an institution, what are the consequences for business?2) What does the EU need to do to ensure a climate for growth and creates values for business and member countries' citizens?3) How might a new generation of more liberal leaders change the business outlook for the EU?4) How can business work with public leaders to help Brussels build a more dynamic Europe?Martin Bartenstein, Federal Minister of Economic Affairs and Labour of AustriaClara Gaymard, Chairman, Invest in France Agency, FranceGian Maria Gros-Pietro, Chairman, Autostrade, ItalyNeelie Kroes, Commissioner, Competition, European Commission, BrusselsCharlie McCreevy, Commissioner, Internal Market and Services, European Commission, BrusselsSir Martin Sorrell, Group Chief Executive, WPP, United Kingdom; Co-Chair of the Annual Meeting 2006Moderated byChristoph Keese, Editor-in-Chief, Welt am Sonntag, Germany
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