Eighth Business Roundtable with the Government of Bulgaria
Eighth Business Roundtable with the Government of BulgariaΈναρξη 08:30 - Λήξη 17:00
Rebuilding Bulgaria's image amid tight constraints and high expectations
Business confidence in Bulgaria hinges on whether the new government can stimulate economic activity while safeguarding stability and improving relations with the EU. This will not be easy. The government's policy options are relatively limited, and some of Bulgaria's EU funding remains on hold until corruption is tackled.
Can the authorities boost consumption and encourage investment? What reassurance and incentives can they offer to show that Bulgaria is a secure and attractive place to do business?
Your chance to ask questions
Economist Conferences' Eighth Business Roundtable with the Government of Bulgaria offers an exclusive opportunity to explore the key issues with government leaders, business executives and experts from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and senior ministers will speak and take your questions.
We'll be exploring issues such as:
•How is the fight against corruption and organised crime progressing?
•Will frozen EU funds be released, and if so, at what pace?
•Could the currency board be vulnerable to Baltic jitters?
•What can Bulgaria do to attract more foreign investment?
•Will it keep its low-tax status? What are the government's plans for infrastructure development and energy security?
The day will also feature the latest EIU research on the state of business in Bulgaria, conducted especially for this roundtable.
Why you should attend
•Join an open and stimulating discussion with decision-makers from the highest levels of government, including Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
•Benefit from an in-depth briefing by EIU experts on the economic and financial prospects for Bulgaria.
•Network with an audience of international executives in a rewarding and high-powered setting.
Make sure you benefit: reserve your place today
Demand for places is strong and numbers are strictly limited. We must allocate them on a first-come, first-served basis.
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