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MONDAY

Students will parade through central Athens ahead of Tuesday’s national holiday.

Deputy Foreign Minister Kyriakos Gerontopoulos continues his official visit to Australia. To Wednesday.

TUESDAY

National holiday to commemorate the start of the War of Independence in 1821. Military parade to be staged in central Athens and student parades across Greece. All stores will remain closed.

WEDNESDAY

Listed companies Mytilineos, METKA, Motor Oil, Intralot and MLS Informatics to publish their financial results for 2013.

The consular section of the US Embassy in Athens will be closed for internal administrative reasons, as is customary on the last Wednesday of every month.

The Hellenic Association of Young Entrepreneurs of Western Greece (ESYNEDE) holds an informative event titled “Restart in Entrepreneurship” at +Epikentro (16 Norman, Patra). (Info: info@esynede.gr, 261.500.7707)

THURSDAY

The US Embassy in Athens, the ALBA Graduate Business School at the American College of Greece, and Metavallon are holding a press conference to present a new online course titled “Beyond Silicon Valley: Growing Entrepreneurship in Transitioning Economies,” at noon at Impact Hub Athens (28 Karaiskaki, Psyrri). (Info: www.alba.edu.gr)

The 14th European Corporate Governance Conference and Experts Round Table – titled “Can Corporate Governance Contribute to Long-Term Investment?” – opens at 10 a.m. at the Hellenic Cosmos cultural center in Athens (254 Pireos, Tavros). To Friday. (Info: www.helex.gr)

Outdoor Expo 2014, an exhibition on hunting, fishing and shooting, opens at the Mediterranean Expo Center (MEC) (301 Lavriou, Paiania, Eastern Attica). To Sunday. (Info: outdoorexpo.gr)

Aegean Airlines presents its strategy for the summer season in cooperation with subsidiary Olympic Air, at noon at the Hotel Grande Bretagne in Syntagma Square, Athens.

Listed companies Public Power Corporation, Bank of Cyprus, Frigoglass and Space Hellas will publish their financial results for 2013.

FRIDAY

Piraeus Bank and Alpha Bank will hold extraordinary general shareholders’ meetings to discuss plans for their share capital increases.

European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Maria Damanaki visits Athens to address the Plenary Session of the Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly.

The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce holds its 10th Athens Tax Forum at the Athenaeum Intercontinental Hotel (89-93 Syngrou, Athens). Titled “Taxation – At the Turning Point of the Greek Economy,” the forum will focus on the decisive role of taxation policies during the Greek economy’s crucial turning point. (Info: www.amcham.gr)

Listed companies EYDAP, Lazaridis, General Commercial, Galaxidi Fish Farming, Byte Computers, Bitros Holdings, EKTER and Alumil will publish their financial results for 2013.

In cooperation with the National Fund for Entrepreneurship and Development (ETEAN), the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece is organizing an informative event titled “ETEAN’s Ongoing Actions for the Support of Enterprises,” at 5.30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Thessaloniki. (Info: www.sbbe.gr)

The 2nd “Business Mentality” conference opens at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Thessaloniki. To Saturday. (Info: www.business-mentality.com)

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will publish its data for the last quarter of 2013 on production prices in the service sector and on the salary indices in the main economic sectors, as well as February figures on production prices in industry.

SATURDAY

The Anixiatiki Katoikia (Spring Home) exhibition opens at the old Athens airport in Elliniko. To April 6. (Info: www.katoikia.eu)

SUNDAY

Clocks go forward at 3 a.m. to 4 a.m. as summertime starts across the European Union until the end of October.

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