Advancing Enterprise Summit

Treasury written question – answered on 4th February 2004.

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Photo of Mark Prisk Mark Prisk Shadow Paymaster General

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer

(1) who the speakers are at the Advancing Enterprise summit;

(2) what the sources of funding were for the Advancing Enterprise summit;

(3) what the (a) total cost and (b) cost to the United Kingdom Government is of the Advancing Enterprise summit;

(4) if he will list the representatives of (a) the United Kingdom Government, (b) the United States Administration and (c) business and other representatives attending the Advancing Enterprise summit.

Photo of John Healey John Healey The Economic Secretary to the Treasury

The speakers and chairs at the conference 'Advancing Enterprise: Britain in a Global Economy' on 26 January 2004 were my right hon. Friends the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Secretaries of State for Education and for Trade and Industry, myself and:

Arun Sarin

Dr. Jean-Pierre Gamier

Sir Terry Leahy

Dr. Eric Schmidt

Paul Walsh

Hans Eichel

Charlie McCreevy

Rodrigo Rato y Figaredo

Jean Claude Trichet

Gerrit Zalm

George Cox

Charles Dunstone

Caroline Plumb

Dame Marjorie Scardino

Lee Williams

William H. Gates

Sir Howard Davies

Brendan Barber

Sir Roy Gardner

Digby Jones

Ben Verwaayen

Mervyn King

Niall Fitzgerald

The hon. Donald Johnston

John Snow

Dr. Alan Greenspan

Lord Browne of Madingley

Richard Lambert

Professor Richard C. Levin

Sir Tom McKillop

Professor Alison Richard

Gus O'Donnell

Ed Balls

A list of the senior business leaders and Government representatives who attended has been placed in the Library of the House.

The costs of the conference are being met entirely from HM Treasury's resources. The aggregated cost of all Departmental events will be included in HM Treasury's annual report.

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