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September 18 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in or related to Bosnia and Herzegovina through November 25. New or amended entries are marked (*).
* Tuesday, September 18 – Sarajevo: Experts from Bosnia’s main political parties to hold a second round of technical talks on reforming the country’s police force, a key condition set forth by the European Union for the formal establishment of closer ties between Bosnia and the bloc. (0900 GMT)
* Tuesday, September 18 – Sarajevo: Bosnia’s top international peace envoy, Miroslav Lajcak, to visit the central government’s Directorate for European Integration. (0930 GMT)
Tuesday, September 18 - Banja Luka: The international fair of information technologies and communication, Banja Luka Communication 2007, opens. (to September 24)
Tuesday, September 18 - Banja Luka: The international media fair, PROMEDIA 2007, opens (to September 24)
* Tuesday, September 18 – St. Petersburg (Russia): A government delegation of Bosnia’s Serb Republic led by Prime Minister Milorad Dodik visits; to meet representatives of St. Petersburg’s chamber of commerce and Russian power utilities.
Wednesday, September 19 - Sarajevo: The Oxford Leadership Academy and Bosnian consulting firm StrikConsulting organise a three-day conference on business management in Southeast Europe, Looking Beyond the Horizon 2007.
Monday, September 24 - Sofia (Bulgaria): SEE Capital Markets Conference, organised by Bulgarian business daily Dnevnik and the leading business information provider for Southeast Europe, SeeNews, opens (to September 5).
Monday, September 24 - Sarajevo: Deadline for filing binding bids for the country's sole aluminium smelter Aluminij.
Monday, September 24 - Vienna (Austria): The fourth Annual CEE Retail Banking conference, organised by Jacob Fleming Group, opens. (to September 25) http://www.jacobfleming.com/buxus/generate_page.php?page_id=471
Tuesday, September 25 - Zagreb (Croatia): The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the UNDP and the Croatian government organise a two-day conference, Business Environment Reform in South East Europe: Progress and Challenges.
Friday, September 28 - Sarajevo: Central bank to issue current account balance for the second quarter of 2007.
Thursday, October 4 - Prnjavor: Slovenian-owned Bosnian steel pipes producer TSC Alpos to hold a shareholders’ meeting. (1000 GMT)
Friday, October 12: Bosnian Muslims celebrate Bajram holiday after the holy month of Ramadan; public and market holiday in the Muslim-dominated parts of the Muslim-Croat Federation.
Friday, October 12 - Banja Luka: The international automobile fair SAM 2007 opens. (to October 17)
Monday, October 15 - Sarajevo: The Bosnian unit of Austrian Raiffeisen Zentralbank to hold a shareholders’ meeting. (0800 (GMT)
Monday, October 15 - Prague (Czech Republic): The third Annual Public -Private Partnership in CEE conference, organised by Jacob Fleming Group, opens. (to October 6) http://www.jacobfleming.com/buxus/generate_page.php?page_id=565
Tuesday, October 16 - Zagreb (Croatia): Bosnian furniture producers to take part in the 34th international furniture and interior design fair Ambienta 07. (to October 21)
Tuesday, October 23 - Sarajevo: The 10th international information technologies and telecommunications fair INFO 2007 opens. (to October 26)
Sunday, October 28: Bosnia switches from daylight saving time to standard time, adjusting clocks one hour backward, to GMT+1 (at 0100 GMT)
Thursday, November 15 - Sarajevo: The 34th international tourism fair Intertursa 2007 opens. (to November 19)
Sunday, November 25: Statehood Day, a public holiday in Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat Federation.
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