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The 2014 EBRD Annual Meeting and Business Forum took place in Warsaw, capital of Poland, largest of the eight countries which joined the EU in 2004. The last quarter of a century has seen many dramatic changes in this region and beyond and the event was an opportunity to review the past and look forward to the future.
The last 25 years of change and transition since the fall of the Berlin Wall in former communist Europe have produced both transition champions and transition laggards.
Infrastructure is a key driver of growth, diversification and competitiveness.
There is significant potential for more growth in the investment links between emerging Europe and emerging Asia.
Institutional investors are playing an increasingly important role in transition economies.
What lessons do the past 25 years of transition in central Europe have for those countries further behind in political and economic reform?
Alongside businesses and governments, civil society organisations play a crucial role in the transition process.
This year’s EBRD Annual Meeting and Business Forum will provide an opportunity to reflect on the developments in the EBRD region in the 25 years since the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Achieving the right balance between security, affordability and environmental considerations is a key issue for the energy sector.
The EBRD supports projects focused on adaptation and resilience to climate change by offering technical expertise and finance.
Improving public procurement frameworks will help ensure optimal use of budget resources and promote anti-corruption initiatives.
What challenges do women face in becoming key plays in the corporate world, and how do these challenges affect businesses, economies and societies?
Photos from the 2014 Annual Meeting are available to view and download at flickr.
Last updated 14 May 2014
At the Annual Meeting and Business Forum on 14- 5 May, EBRD shareholders set priorities on how to break reform deadlock, while policy-makers and experts discussed our region's economic and social well-being.
EBRD shareholders have agreed to temporary EBRD financing for Cyprus to complement the Troika programme.
The crisis in Russia and Ukraine is threatening to slow down the recovery in the wider EBRD region according to the EBRD's latest economic report.
2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain and the 10th anniversary of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltics joining the EU.