Reuters summits 2011

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28 - March 2 The Future Face of Finance, London, Hong Kong, New York, Washington

MARCH 7-10 14-16

21-24 28-April 1

Africa Investment, Johannesburg

Global Food and Agriculture, Singapore, Chicago, London

Global Mining and Steel, London, New York, Santiago, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto Latin American Investment, 15 cities in U.S., Latin America and Europe


Global Merger and Acquisitions, London, Hong Kong, New York

MAY 9-12 16-19 23-25

Health, New York

Global Technology, New York, Paris, Tokyo

Global Luxury and Fashion, London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong

JUNE 6-9 13-15


Global Investment Outlook, London, New York, Singapore

Global Energy and Climate, Bonn, Houston, London, New York, San Francisco, Singapore

Rebuilding Japan, Tokyo


Global Real Estate and Infrastructure, Dubai, London, Singapore, New York


Consumer and Retail, New York, London



Aerospace and Defense, Washington, D.C.


Russia Investment, Moscow



Global Wealth Management, Geneva, New York, Singapore

Middle East Investment, Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Dubai, Riyadh



Washington, Washington, D.C.

14-16 21-23

China Investment, Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai

India Investment, Bangalore, Mumbai

28-Dec 2 Global Media, London, New York, Paris


5-7 12-15

Global Investment Outlook 2012, London, New York, Singapore

Global Manufacturing and Transportation, New York, Frankfurt, Singapore




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