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The Euroatlantic Integration Process and Capital Flow in Central and Eastern Europe

Perspectives and Opportunities after the EU and NATO Enlargement Budapest, November 4th 2004

The international symposium entitled The Euroatlantic Integration Process and Capital Flow in Central and Eastern Europe, Perspectives and Opportunities after the EU and NATO Enlargement" was organized by the Hungarian Atlantic Council on 4th November in Budapest. The conference aimed at making a meaningful contribution to the discussion, elaboration and clarification of these questions. With the participation of high-level government officials, think tanks, NGO's and academics the conference generated new insights and understanding on these topics.
The opening session: Interest of the Hungarian Economy in the East-central European Capital Flow, chaired by President of Hungarian Atlantic Council, Amb. Gyorgy Banlaki, began with opening address by Mr. Gyula Gaal, Secretary of State, Ministry of Economy and Transportation, and keynote address by Dr. Andreas Inotaki, President, HAS, Research Institute of World Economy.
This session was followed by the second one-The Major Characteristics of Capital Flow in an Enlarged European Union and our Region,s Prospects of Closing up, with keynote address by Dr. Andreas Vertes, President, GKI Economic Research Institute Co. and among speakers, Amb. Darko Bekis, former Deputy Foreign Minister, Croatia.
The next one: Integration and Investments, started with keynote address by Mr. Pal Gaspar, Director ICEG European Research Center and, among speakers, Ms. Katarina Gloncakova-Golev, head of Department, Slovak and Economic Development Agency
The final session: Going Out or Staying Home: Motivations of Capital Investments in Our Region, ended with keynote address by Mr. Peter Mark from Corvinus International Investments, and, among speakers, Mr. Michal Pazour, Deputy Head of department, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Czech Republic
The Hungarian Atlantic Council was established in 1992 as a non-profit, non-governmental organization concerned with NATO and Hungarian interests in the Atlantic community. It seeks to promote and enhance the principles of Euro-Atlantism at all levels in Hungarian society. Recentely the activities of the Council have been focused on the practical aspects of NATO and EU membership and Trans-Atlantic relations. Moreover, the Council sees the need to further develop democratic culture at the grassroots level in Hungary. Accordingly increasing attention has been focused on educational projects for Hungarian academics, policy makers, members of private sector, students, teachers, and people in the media at all levels.

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