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 Andrius Kubilius

Andrius Kubilius

Position: Prime Minister of Lithuania in the years 1999-2000 and 2008-2012

Andrius Kubilius is a Lithuanian politician who served as Prime Minister of Lithuania from 1999 to 2000 and again from 2008 to 2012. He is former leader of the conservative political party Homeland Union (Lithuanian Christian Democrats). Kubilius became a member of the pro-independence Sąjūdis movement, who favoured separation from the Soviet Union.

Since 2015 - member of the International Advisory Council of Reforms to the President of Ukraine; member of the International Advisory Council, International Republican Institute, USA; member of the Advisory Board, EuroGrowth Initiative, Atlantic Council, USA.

 

Participates in the sessions:

  • A different Europe in a different world

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    A different Europe in a different world

    A different Europe in a different world

    A new plan for Europe is needed – the ‘status quo’ no longer works. Political transformations in Europe are inching towards populism and isolationism – what is their impact on business conditions? What does the European option associated with the free market in the economy and democracy in politics have to offer? The economy in Europe after Brexit. Repercussions for economic exchanges, the European job market and finance. Likelihood of other exits – a deterrent effect? Possible changes in European cohesion policy (budget reduction and a greater orientation towards competition). A two-speed Europe: Is it a scenario in the making? The new role and position of the euro area. What about the countries of ‘inferior speed’? The countries of Central Europe in view of internal transformations of the European Union.

  • The place of Europe in the global economy

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    The place of Europe in the global economy

    The place of Europe in the global economy

    • The mission and strength of Europe? Is Europe’s “soft power” but a distant memory?
    • The European economy in view of global competition. What are its strengths and weaknesses?
    • Where does business go to from Europe? Economic and social repercussions
    • Knowledge, quality and creativity. How to build on the strengths?
    • Europe after Brexit. Consequences for trade, the labour market and finance
    • Brexit versus new possibilities of competing in the European and global economy
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