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Summer reception

June 20 2007
Venue: ECIPE, Rue de Luxembourg 3, Ground Floor
Speakers: Alan Beattie
Time: 15:00

The summer has arrived to Brussels – and ECIPE has just celebrated its first six months of existence. It would be a great pleasure for us to have you and other friends – old, new and future friends – at our Summer Reception to celebrate the arrival of summer (and of us...).

We have also invited Alan Beattie, the World Trade Editor of the Financial Times, to give a short talk on “Why is it so damn difficult?”

You are warmly welcome!

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