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Business Economics Breakfast Forum

On Wednesday March 19, at the Parmelia Hilton Hotel, the Institute for Research into International Competitiveness and Future Directions International, are conducting the first WA Business Economics Forum for the year entitled, Fortunes of War: The Wars, Global Strategic Trends and the Impact on Australia. The forum will focus on the effects of international developments on our lives, from the effects of war and terrorism on the economy through to the safety of our family, friends and fellow Australians, by providing authoritative and up to date information.

The keynote speaker for this forum will be International Strategic Studies Association, president, Greg Copley, who for 30 years has worked at the highest levels with various governments around the world, to help create a global strategic environment which would reduce conflict and promote economic well being and international stability. Entry to the forum is free for WA Business Economics Forum members, $55 for non members and $44 for Alumni members, with tickets available from the Institute for Research into International Competitiveness at the Curtin Business School. For further information or to register phone 9266 3041.

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