ECONOMY

Agenda

MONDAY Agricultural Development and Food Minister Savvas Tsitouridis meets representatives of agricultural cooperatives to discuss the revised Common Agriculture Policy on cotton, olive oil and tobacco. Tradelink Reputation Management holds a conference on «Fame and Fortune: How Successful Companies Build Winning Reputations» at Zappeion’s Aigli restaurant. For further information, tel 210.628.1900. Fourth International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED) conference on «Power and Energy Systems,» EuroPES 2004, opens at the Rodos Palace Hotel, Rhodes. To Wednesday. A parallel conference will also be held on «Applied Simulation and Modeling 2004,» also to Wednesday. For further information, visit www.iasted.org/conferences/2004/asm.htm Athens University of Economics holds a conference on «Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in Small Countries.» Deputy Finance Minister Petros Doukas will attend. At 76 Patission, Athens. For further details, tel 210.820.3689, or visit www.aueb.gr. Public Works Minister Giorgos Souflias attends meeting with EU counterparts in Luxembourg. TUESDAY Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) holds a conference on «Structure, Strategic Development and Perspectives of Technology, Information Technology and Communications in Greece.» At the Evgenideion Planetarium, 387 Syngrou Ave. For further details, call 210.921.1200. WEDNESDAY The Hellenic Institute of Customer Services in cooperation with the Athens University of Economics holds a conference on «The Hellenic Institute of Customer Services: A Year Later.» At 6 p.m., 76 Patission. For further information, call 210.820.3394. Thessaloniki Water Supply Company (EYATH) and ferry operator DANE hold general meetings. THURSDAY Fifth international conference on «Information and Communication Technologies in Education,» organized by the Research and Training Institute of Eastern Aegean (INEAG) in cooperation with University College of Fraser Valley, will be held at INEAG facilities on the island of Samos. For further information, call 210.666.4632 or visit www.ineag.gr. Kerkyra Publications present the book titled «The Business of Olympic Games Sponsorship – Incentives and Rewards» by journalist Nelly Kapsi and historian Helen Beneki. Alternate Culture Minister Fanni Palli-Petralia and PASOK MP Evangelos Venizelos will speak. At the Hotel Grande Bretagne at 12.30 p.m.