KKI event on future of economic and monetary union

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The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKI), in cooperation with the State Secretariat for European Union Policies and Coordination of the Prime Minister’s Office, will organize an event entitled "Stronger Together: Future of the Economic and Monetary Union of the EU," according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Opening remarks will be delivered by Zoltán Gyenes, economic analyst and European Semester Officer at the Representation of the European Commission in Hungary.

The main, roundtable discussion will feature Dániel Palotai, chief economist and executive director at the National Bank of Hungary (MNB); Paula Costa, head of the European Policy and Governance Department at the Office for Economic Policy and International Affairs, Ministry of Finance of the Portuguese Republic; Paweł Tokarski, senior associate of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP); and Antti Ronkainen, PhD researcher in political economy at the University of Helsinki.

The event, held in English, will be moderated by Tamás Molnár, research fellow of the KKI. The program will start at 4 p.m. on February 7 at KKI (1016 Budapest, Bérc utca 13-15).

Prior registration is required at the KKI website.

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