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MONDAY

The president of Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS), Giorgos Karatzaferis, is to hold a press conference at Zappeio Hall in central Athens at 1 p.m.

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) is to publish January 2012 data on construction activity.

The Australian Embassy in Athens commemorates Anzac Day, an annual commemoration of all the Australian and New Zealand soldiers to have died in combat, with ceremonies on Lemnos, at the East Moudros Commonwealth Military Cemetery today at noon, and in Athens at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Alimos, south of the center, on Wednesday at 11 a.m.

The European Transport Research Arena (TRA) Conference 2012 starts today at the newly opened Megaron Athens International Conference Center (Megaron AICC), supported by the main transport industry stakeholders in Europe: the Conference of European Directors of Roads (CEDR), the European Commission, the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC), the European Rail Research Advisory Council (ERRAC), and the WATERBORNE European Technology Platform. An international trade exhibition will be in place during TRA 2012. To Thursday. (Info: www.traconference.eu)

Listed company Kyriakoulis is to hold an extraordinary general meeting.

TUESDAY

Bank of Greece and listed firms Petropoulos and Autohellas are to hold their annual general meetings.

An economic forum organized by the Thessaloniki Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the City of Thessaloniki will present business opportunities in the region of Saint Petersburg as well as the prospect of promoting Greek-Russian trade and tourism relations, in the context of a Russian business visit to Thessaloniki. Starts at 10.30 a.m. at the Chamber’s conference hall (29 Tsimiski, Thessaloniki). (Info: 2310.370132, www.ebeth.gr)

WEDNESDAY

Infrastructure Minister Makis Voridis will address an event organized by the National Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT), titled “The Postal Market in the Final Stretch to Liberalization,” at the Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens.

The Cervantes Institute in Athens is hosting a scientific event titled “Renewable Energy Sources: The Spanish Innovation” at 23 Mitropoleos Street, starting at 9.30 a.m. (Info: atenas.cervantes.es)

The Consular Section of the US Embassy in Athens will be closed to the public for internal administrative reasons as is customary on the last Wednesday of every month. This closure includes the non-immigrant visa unit, immigrant visa unit, federal benefits unit, American citizen services unit, and passport unit.

THURSDAY

Alpha Bank is to hold an extraordinary general meeting.

Financial advisory firm Capital Link is holding its second annual Corporate Social Responsibility conference, titled “Crisis as an Opportunity for Awakening,” at the Hilton Athens Hotel. (Info: csringreece.gr)

IT company Qualco is to hold an international executive meeting titled “Intelligence in Managing Debt Portfolios” at noon at the Aigli venue in Zappeio, central Athens. (Info: www.qualco.gr)

The Netherlands Institute of Athens is hosting a lecture by Dr Dirk Bezemer of the University of Groningen titled “How Europe Set Itself up for Financial Calamity,” at 11 Makri Street in Makriyianni, Athens. (Info: www.nia.gr)

FRIDAY

Listed company Ilyda is to hold its annual general conference.

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