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MONDAY

Agricultural Development Minister Athanasios Tsaftaris to preside over the European Union Council of Ministers for Agriculture and Fisheries in Brussels.

Deputy Foreign Minister Akis Gerontopoulos travels to Brussels to participate in the European Union’s Foreign Affairs Council.

The British-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and PricewaterhouseCoopers organize the presentation of a new study by PwC on “The Prospects of Greek Enterprises on their Way Out of the Crisis.” At the Esperides Hall of the Athens Hilton at 6 p.m. (Info: 210.721.0361, www.bhcc.gr)

The Athens Institute for Education and Research holds its 16th Annual International Conference on Education and its 10th Annual International Conference on Information Technology & Computer Science at the Titania Hotel, 52 Panepistimiou, Athens. To Thursday. (Info: www.atiner.gr)

TUESDAY

The seven biggest bilateral chambers organize a press conference to present a study by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) and the Boston Consulting Group on “The Role of Structural Reforms and the Prospects of Greek Economy,” at 12.30 p.m. at the Grande Bretagne Hotel, Syntagma Square, Athens. (Info: www.italia.gr)

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will publish March data on industrial turnover and April figures on new house construction materials.

The Enterprise Mobility Conference takes place at the Maroussi Plaza amphitheater, 3 Frangoklissias, Maroussi, Athens. (Info: 210.661.7777, vkoutsavlis@boussias.com)

The British-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce holds one more “Tastes of Greece” evening. The theme is “Tastes of Mytilene” and the event will take place at the Chios Hall of the Metropolitan Hotel, 385 Syngrou, Paleo Faliro, from 7.30-10 p.m. (Info: www.bhcc.gr)

Listed company Kri Kri is holding its annual general meeting.

WEDNESDAY

Private school teachers to hold a work stoppage.

The conference “Open Access Movement to Reality: Putting the Pieces Together,” opens at the Acropolis Museum, 15 Dionysiou Areopagitou, Athens. To Thursday. (Info: www.eifl.net)

The Cyber Security and Privacy Forum 2014 opens at the Royal Olympic Hotel, 28-34 Athanasiou Diakou, Athens. To Thursday. (Info: www.cspforum.eu/2014)

Eurobank Properties will announce its first-quarter financial results.

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will issue its March figures on the Greek merchant fleet capacity.

THURSDAY

The Ministry of Finance in cooperation with the Academy of European Law and the Hellenic Bank Association organize a conference on banking union at the National Bank of Greece, Karatzas Building Auditorium, 82-84 Aeolou, Athens. To Friday. (Info: www.hba.gr)

Private school teachers to hold a work stoppage, while secondary education teachers will hold a protest outside the Ministry for Education at 11 a.m.

The Water Resources Management Conference 2014 will be held at the Maroussi Plaza amphitheater, 3 Frangoklissias, Maroussi, Athens. Registration begins at 8.30 a.m. (Info: 210.661.7777, aboussia@boussias.com)

The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, in association with the Leadership Committee, hold their third event on “Professional Opportunities in the Future and Development of the Entrepreneurial Spirit.” The events begins at 4.30 p.m., at the Sarakakis group headquarters in Thessaloniki. (Info: www.amcham.gr)

OPAP gaming company will hold its annual general meeting.

Listed firms Mytilineos and METKA will publish their first-quarter financial results.

FRIDAY

Listed Mermeren Kombinat will hold its annual general meeting.

Listed firm Aeolian Investments to issue its first-quarter financial results.

SUNDAY

European Parliament elections take place, along with the second round of local elections where required.

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