Boris Lalovac, the Finance Minister in Croatia is scheduled to meet the business community representatives on Monday. It is highly anticipated that he will be discussing about the different plans of the government regarding the methods to the high budget gap reduction. At the same time, he would also most likely be encouraging the audience to an economic boost despite the 6-year’s successive recession in their economy.
Meanwhile, the President of Asian Development Bank (ADB), Takehiko Nakao is required to be present at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Finance Ministers Meet. The said meeting will be held in China from October 21 to October 22.
On the other diary, there will be a UK-Rwanda Trade & Investment Forum 2014 that will be attended by noteworthy dignitaries as speakers on October 22. The following public figures are; Rwanda President Paul Kagame, Rwanda Finance Minister Claver Gatete and National Bank of Rwanda Governor John Rwangombwa. On the next day of the UK-Rwanda Trade & Investment Forum 2014, another set of speakers are agreed to deliver their speeches on October 23. They are the following luminaries Ghana President John Dzramani Mahama and Finance Minister Seth Terkper.
For the meantime in Cape Town, to present the first medium-term budget policy statement to the legislative body will be done by the South African Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene. This policy discusses the recent discrepancy on the Treasury’s budget and will also tackle the growth predictions in the economy for the coming three years.
Meanwhile, the Monetary Policy Meeting will be hosted by the Bank of Namibia on October 22 at Windhoek, Central Bank of Turkey on the 23 in Ankara, Central Bank of the Philippines on October 27 in Manila, and Brazil Central Bank on October 29 in Brasilia. The Bank of Israel in Jerusalem is expressing decision in the interest rate.
On October 29 until October 31, OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria is expected to attend the conference on 6th Annual Global Perspectives that will be happening in Paris. This event is in cooperation with the OECD.