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Friday, 2 November, 2001, 16:01 GMT
CBI: When to watch
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A host of the biggest names from the worlds of business and politics will address the Confederation of British Industry's annual conference.

All speeches and platform debates at the Birmingham International Convention Centre will be broadcast live on BBC News Online.

Important speeches so far followed by Tuesday's agenda


SUNDAY 4 NOVEMBER

Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown.

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MONDAY 5 NOVEMBER

Prime Minister Tony Blair.

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CBI President Sir Iain Vallance.

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TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER

0900: A planning system for business - prospect or pipe dream?
Maxwell Hutchinson, former president, Royal Institute of British Architects, chairs.
Lord Falconer, Minister for Housing, Planning and Regeneration.
Terry Leahy, chief executive, Tesco.
Fiona Reynolds, director-general, National Trust.
Derek Mapp, chairman, East Midlands Development Agency.

1030: Adrian Nastase, Romanian prime minister.

1050: The challenges of globalisation
Sir Iain Vallance, CBI president, chairs.
Peter Woo Kwong-ching, chairman, Hong Kong Trade Development Council.
Guy Hands, principal finance group, Nomura International.
Quentin Peel, international affairs editor, Financial Times.

1200: Stephen Byers, Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government & the Regions.

1230: Digby Jones, CBI director general.

1245: Sir Iain Vallance, CBI president.


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