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Germany Day Agenda

Germany Day Agenda

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GERMAN DAY IN BERLIN
GERMAN DAY IN BERLIN

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ANNUAL GERMANY DAY

WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER DR. WOLFGANG SCHÄUBLE, GERMAN FEDERAL MINISTER OF FINANCE
ESMT CAMPUS - ALTES STAATSRATSGEBÄUDE | SCHLOSSPLATZ 1 | 10178 BERLIN | 14 MARCH 2013 | 13:30 – 19:00
13:30 13:55 14:00 14:15 Registration WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS: DAN DOCTOROFF, CEO, Bloomberg LP KEYNOTE SPEECH: DR. WOLFGANG SCHÄUBLE, German Federal Minister of Finance Panel Discussion and Q&A: THE ECONOMY How will the German economy perform as growth in many euro-area countries slows? What opportunities and risks do the recovery and the fiscal debate in the U.S. - the second largest importer of German goods - create for German businesses? Will the rest of the euro-area economy look a lot more like the German economy in five years? Moderator: David Powell, Senior Economist, Bloomberg LP Panelists: Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist, Berenberg Bank Thomas Mayer, Senior Advisor (and former Chief Economist), Deutsche Bank Elga Bartsch, Chief European Economist, Morgan Stanley Tea & Coffee Break Panel Discussion and Q&A: INVESTING IN GERMANY International investors discuss Germany as an attractive investment destination. Impact of wages and domestic consumption on the international German investment case? New growth sectors? Moderator: David Tweed, Europe Editor, Bloomberg TV Panelists: Russell D. Buxton, President of the Rolls Royce Civil Small and Medium Sized Engine Business and Managing Director Civil Business Rolls Royce Deustchland Karan Bhatia, Global Head of Government Relations, General Electric Michael Fuchs, Deputy Leader, Christian Democratic Union Ralph Eric Kunz, Founder and Managing Partner, Catagonia Capital & Consulting

15:00 15:15

16:00
16:15

Tea & Coffee Break
Panel Discussion and Q&A: POLITICAL LANDSCAPE When Germans go to the polls in September, what will be the biggest issues on their minds? What are the greatest challenges to Angela Merkel's position? Moderator: Matthew Winkler, Editor-In-Chief, Bloomberg News Panelists: Jan-Friedrich Kallmorgen, Partner, Bohnen Kallmorgen & Partner Otto Fricke, Budget Policy Spokesman, Free Democratic Party & Former Head of the Budget Committee, German Parliament Gerhard Schick, Finance Spokesman, Green Party

17:00 Networking Reception with Drinks and Canapés

RSVP – Please email conferences@bloomberg.net as spaces are limited.

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