The Brussels Economic Forum hosted by the European Commission begins

As the European Union prepares for elections in June, top EU policymakers are gathering in Brussels to discuss some of the bloc’s most pressing challenges. The Brussels Economic Forum, organized by the European Commission, will tackle topics such as innovation, climate change, and economic growth starting at 11am.

Forecasts released this week suggest that the bloc may be on the verge of a positive turnaround after facing challenges from the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and high inflation. This year’s Forum is taking place as European citizens gear up to cast their votes in the upcoming elections, with the economy being a top concern for voters.

The event will feature contributions from a range of prominent figures such as Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė, EU Economics Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni, and Nadia Calviño, President of the European Investment Bank. The discussions are expected to shed light on key issues facing the EU, including the role of artificial intelligence in shaping the green transition and the future of the economy.

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