Forum in 2000-2002

Forum 2002: Europe after integration. Overcoming the problems and meeting the challenges

Chronicle :
• 4 plenary sessions 
• 52 panel conferences 
• 26 countries 
• 1100 guests 
• Prime ministers, ministers, heads of central institutions, stock exchanges and banks 
• 250 chiefs of companies 
• 200 journalists

Topics :

  • European dillemas
  • Fast development tracks
  • Globalization
  • Business
  • Central and Eastern European Banks
  • New Economy
  • September 11 
     

Forum 2001: Will Europe remain divided?

Chronicle:
• 6 plenary sessions 
• 41 problem-solving seminars 
• 1000 guests 
• 20 countries 
• Presidents, prime ministers, chiefs of central institutions, stock exchanges and banks 
• 200 journalists 
• 200 chiefs of companies from the region of Central and Eastern Europe

Topics:

  • Will Europe remain divided
  • A new model of cooperation
  • New Economy
  • Central Banks
  • Role of lidership and authorities in new millenium

 

Forum 2000: 110 years of transformation in Eastern and Central Europe

Chronicle:
• 4 plenary sessions 
• 35 problem-solving seminars 
• 900 guests 
• 16 countries 
• presidents, prime ministers, chiefs of central institutions, stock exchanges and banks 
• 160 journalists 
• 180 chiefs of companies from the region of Central and Eastern Europe

Topics:

  • Eastern Europe and NATO
  • Development directions in Russia
  • Economy and finance policy in Poland
  • Media, business and politics. Borders of independence
  • Tourism and economic development