FOURTH AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS SUMMIT
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At a crucial time for Europe when challenges need to be overcome, the need for stability, optimism, collective effort and decisiveness are imperative. The Common Agricultural Policy for Europe needs to be a “more effective policy for more competitive and sustainable agriculture in rural areas”.

Where does Europe stand at the moment?
What priorities and challenges need to be resolved as of 2018 and beyond?
How will Brexit affect the European Common Agricultural policy?

Greece’s third EU/IMF bailout is due to expire in August 2018. Without a doubt, 2018 is set to be pivotal for Greece’s future as the country aims to return to the path of competitiveness and growth after years of economic crises and uncertainty.

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Can Greece have a leading role in south-east Europe?
What are the government’s priorities for the next coming months?
Will the Greek Agribusiness sector transform uncertainty into stability, competitiveness and growth?

The Fourth Economist Agricultural Business Summit will provide the ideal setting for an open, informed debate with prominent leaders from government, business, technology and academia, who are encouraged to share their knowledge, expertise and put forward proposals on the issues that the summit will be discussing.


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