The European elections of 22-25 May 2014 were the most important elections to date as the European Union aims to pull through the economic crisis. Voters were given the chance to influence the future political course of Europe. The big rethink for Europe derives from the fact that EU leaders need to implement their strategy for closer economic and political integration in order to restore confidence and stability.
Distinguished personalities from around the world will once again brainstorm, openly discuss and put forward new proposals on the all the issues that this year’s 18th annual Roundtable will be covering.
Europe 2050, lessons to be learnt from EU members states on economic recovery, restructuring the Greek economy, privatisation schemes and investment, finance, energy, tourism, shipping, business, technology and innovation are the key topics to be covered at this year’s two day government roundtable.