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EU11 Regular Economic Report June 2012 launch

 
Begins:   Jun 27, 2012 11:15
Ends:   Jun 27, 2012 12:30
Contact Person:   Daniel Mihai Kozak

MEDIA ADVISORY

When: Wednesday June 27, 2012, 11:15 AM (local time)

Where: World Bank office in Bucharest

How: The event is open to the press. Confirmation appreciated at dkozak@worldbank.org

Speaking language at the event is English. Francois Rantrua, Romania Country Manager, and Catalin Pauna, Senior Economist, will open the event at 11:15 AM. At 11:30 AM the video connection with the World Bank office in Zagreb will be activated for the presentation by the authors of the report.

Context:

The EU11 Regular Economic Report series (formerly known as EU10 RER) aims at monitoring macroeconomic and reform developments in the new EU member states, and now includes Croatia. The reports, published since March 2004, provide both an up-to-date summary of economic developments in the region and in-depth analyses of key current economic policy issues.

The EU11 countries include 10 European Union (EU) member states – Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia – and one prospective member, Croatia. For the first time in this RER series, Croatia is included because of its expected EU entry in July 2013.

The report will be presented in English.

 

UPDATE: relevant links and documents to download, please see below:

EU11 Regular Economic Report - June 2012
Report webpage

EU11 Regular Economic Report - June 2012
Press release

EU11 regular economic report : coping with external headwinds; Special topic : Drivers of convergence in EU11 (English)
Full report 

Event agenda, Bucharest
[PDF]

Francois Rantrua, Romania Country Manager
talking points as prepared for delivery
[PDF]

Golden Growth - Restoring the lustre of the European economic model
Report webpage

Golden Growth - Restoring the lustre of the European economic model
Press release




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