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April-May 2019: What next for EU?

Dear readers,

Just weeks away from the European election, Greek Business File’s issue of April is devoted to the Future of European Union. The main problems, challenges and decisions needed in the near future, appear in the interviews of six high rank European officials and technocrats, with different views and approaches, on the high priorities in the EU, as well as of a high rank Chinese official on the tangled EU-China relation.

These are: Daniela Schwarzer, Director, German Council on Foreign Relations,

Philippe Legrain, Visiting senior fellow, European Institute, London School of Economics,

Maria Demertzis, Deputy Director, Bruegel Institute,

Andrew mc Dowell,  Vice President, EIB

The EBRD officials:

Jurgen Rigterink, First Vice President and Head of Client Services,

Charlotte Ruhe, Managing Director, Central and South Eastern Europe and

Sabina Dziurman, Director for Greece and Cyprus

Zhiqin Shi, Professor and chancellor of the School of Social Sciences and dean of the Department of International Relations at Tsinghua University, and

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, former president of Eurogroup.

In this Greek BF, Theodore Fessas, chairman of SEV, in an exclusive interview foresees a slow growth for Greece in the coming years and rings the bell on the loss of appetite for reforms in Greece.

On Shipping, Dr Anna Bredima presents the maritime lobbing of shipowners   organizations in Brussels, while,

The subject of modern Diasporas and the new ways of looking at a question were discussed among Sociologist Riva KastoryanoYossi Shain, Professor of Political Science, Richard Clogg, Emeritus Fellow, St. Anthony’s College and George Prevelakis, professor of Geopolitics in this year’s Delphi Economic Forum.



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  • Release date: April 2019 / No 120
  • Publisher: Kerkyra Publications
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 66
  • ISBN: 1109 1592 04
  • Cover type: Soft Cover
  • Release: 5000
  • Editorial Director: Adam Kyra