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19/11/2004 ESAA meeting at the Zappion Hall

On Monday 22 November 2004 at 10am at the Zappion Hall, the National Competitiveness and Development Council (ESAA) will meet for the first time since its status was upgraded with Law 3279/2004. The ESAA will be chaired by development minister Dimitris Sioufas with its new composition.

The main topics for discussion will be the interim review of the Lisbon Strategy, the preparations for Competitiveness Year 2005 and an assessment of the cost to our country of non-competitiveness. The meeting will begin with speeches from the Minister for Development, Mr Sioufas, the Special Secretary for Competitiveness, Spiros Efstathopoulos, and the President of the Committee of Experts of the ESAA, G. Venieris.

The rest of the agenda for the meeting is as follows:

  • Interim review of the Lisbon Strategy
    • Ambassador D. Rallis, deputy permanent representative of Greece at the European Union
    • Prof Eleni Louri, head of the prime minister’s finance office
    • Exchange of views
  • Competitiveness Councils of Ministers, 24 September and 25 and 26 November 2004
    • Ambassador D. Rallis, deputy permanent representative of Greece at the European Union
    • Mr A. Akritopoulos, Permanent Greek Representation at the EU
    • Exchange of views
  • Briefing regarding the programme of actions for Competitiveness Year 2005
    • Recommendation from the ESAA Committee of Experts
    • Exchange of views
  • The cost of non-competitiveness
    • An initial approach from Prof Spiros Makridakis, member of the ESAA Committee of Experts
    • Exchange of views
  • Conclusions and end of session

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