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Bilderberg meeting in Helsinki, Finland, June 2-5 1994 - participants
Bilderberger - Teilnehmerliste 1994
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Chairman: Peter Carrington, former chairman of the board, Christie’s Intl. plc., former Secr. Gen. NATO
Honorary Secretary-General for Europe and Caneda:Victor Halberstadt, prof. of public economics, Leiden Un. / NL
Honorary Secretary-Ceneral for U.S.: Casimir A. Yost, director, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy,School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington
Teilnehmer(A) Peter Jankowitsch, ambassador to the OECD; former federal minister for foreign affairs.
(B) Etienne Davignon, chairman,Societe Generale de Belgique; former vice chairman of the Commission of the EC
(B) Jan Huyghebaert, chairman, Almanij-Krediebank Group.
(B) Willy Claes; minister of foreign affairs.
(CDN) Conrad M. Black, chairman,The Telegraph plc.
(CDN) Marie-Josee Drouin, executive director, Hunson Institute of Canada.
(CH) Flavio Cotti, federal councilor and minister for foreign affairs.
(D) Birgit Breuel, chairman,Treuhandanstalt.
(D) Cristoph Bertram, diplomatic correspondent, Die Zeit; former director, Intl. Institute for Strategic Studies.
(DK) Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, member of parliament: former minister for foreign affairs.
(E) Jaime Carvajal Urquijo, chairman and General Manager, Iberfomento.
(F) Laurent Fabius, member of parliament, former prime minister, former chairman of parliament.
(F) Philippe Jaffre, chairman and GEO, Elf Aquitaine.
(FIN) Esko Aho, Prime Minister.
(FIN) Georg Ehrnrooth, president and CEO, Metra Corp.
(FIN) Jaakko Iloniemi, managing director, Centre for Finnish Business and Policy Studies; former ambassador to the U.S.
(FIN) Jaako Ihamuotila, chairman of the board and CEO, Neste Corp.
(FIN) Krister Ahlstrom, president and CEO, Ahlstrom Group.
(FIN) Martti Ahtisaari, president of the Republic of Finland.
(FIN) Max Jakobson, consultant; former ambassador to the UN and Sweden.
(FIN) Sirkka Hamalainen, chairman of the board, Bank of Finland.
(GB) Nicholas Henderson; former ambassador to Poland, Germany, France and the U.S.
(GB) Percy Cradock, former ambassador to China; former foreign policy adviser to the prime minister:
(GR) Costa Carras, director of companies.
(GR) Gerasimos Arsenis, minister of defense.
(I) Alfredo Ambrosetti, chairmarn, Ambrosetti Group.
(I) Franco Bemabe, managing director, Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (ENI);
(I) Giovanni Agnelli, chairman, Fiat SpA;
(I) Innocenzo Cipolletta, director general, Confindustria.
(I) Mario Draghi, director general, ministry ot the Treasury.
(I) Umberto Agnelli, chairman IFIL.
(L) Pierre Jaans, general manager, Institut Monetaire Luxembourgeois.
(N) Westye Hoegh, chairman of the board, Leif Hoegh & Co. AS; president, Norwegian Shipowners' Association.
(NL) Cor A.J. Herkstroter, chairman, Royal Dutch Shell.
(NL) Ernst H. van der Beugel, emeritus professor of international relations, Leiden University; former honorary secretary general of Bilderberg; meetings for Europe and Canada.
(P) Francisco Pinto Batsemao, professor of mass communications, New University, Lisbon; chairman, Sojornal sarl; former prime minister.
(P) Jose Manuel Durao Barrosso,minister for foreign affairs.
(S) Hans Bergstrom, political editor, Dagens Nyheter.
(S) Perey Barnevik, president and CEO, ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.
(TR) Ali Hikmet Alp, ambassador, permanent representative of Turkey to the CSCE.
(TR) Selahttin Beyazit, director of companies.
(US) Douglas J. Bennet, assistant secretary of state for international organizations.
(US) Dwayne O. Andreas, chairman, Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. Inc.
(US) E. Gerald Corrigan, former president, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
(US) Henry Kissinger, former secretary of state; chairman Kissinger Associates, Inc.
(US) James J. Florio, former governor of New Jersey.
(US) Katharine Graham, chairman of the executive committee, the Washington Post Co.
(US) Kenneth W. Dam, Max Pam Prof. of Am. and Foreign Law, Un. of Chicago Law School; former dep. secr.of state.
(US) Louie V. Gerstner Jr., chairman, IBM Corp.
(US) Mike Espy, secretary of agriculture.
(US) Paul A. Allaire, chairman, Xerox Corp.
(US) Ramon C. Cortines, chancellor, New York City Board of Education.
(US) Robert E. Hunter, U.S.representative to NATO.
(US) Stephen Friedman, chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.
(US) Vernon E. Jordan Jr., senior partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, attorneys at law.
Following is the official Bilderberg agenda for the group's meeting in Finland.
Listed are discussion topics, speakers and moderators.
REDEFINITION OF THE ATLANTIC RELATIONSHIP IN A TIME OF CHANGE.Speakers: Ruud F.M. Lubbers, Thierry de Montbrial and Frank G. Wisner; moderator, Peter Carrington.
THE CHANGING FACE AND PERSPECTIVES OF AMERICA.Speakers: Ramon C. Cortines and James J. Florio; moderator, Rozanne L. Ridgway.
EUROPE-COHESION OR CONFUSION?Speakers, Willy Claes and Volker Rühe; moderator, Etteinne Davignon.
ECONOMIC INSTABILITIES.Speakers: E. Gerald Corrigan, Andre Levy-Lang and George Soros; mod. Pieter Korteweg.
JOBS, WHERE ARE THEY AND HOW WILL THE WEST CREATE THEM?Speakers: Percy Barnevik and Jack Sheinkman; moderator, J. Martin Taylor.
THE POLITICAL CHALLENGES OF ISLAMIIC FUNDAMENTALISM.Speakers: Laurent Fabius and Joseph S. Nye Jr,; moderator, Jaakko Iloniemi. .
RUSSIA-HOW WILL ITS INTERNAL EVOLUTION AFFECT I'TS EXTERNAL BEHAVIOR?Speakers: Max Jakobson, Andnej Olecbowski and Thomae F. Pickering; moderator, David de Pury.
CURRENT EVENTS: NORTH KOREA.Speaker: Charles Beatram.
GATT: RISKS AHEAD.Speaker: Peter D. Sutherland; moderator, Renato Ruggiero (1995 GATT becomes WTO)
CHINA-THE CONSEQUENCES OF CONVULSION OR STABILIIY.Speakers: Percy Cradock, Henry Kissinger and Robert Scalapino; moderator, Henry Kissinger
According to other information following persons were also present:The ex Boss of the German Federal Bank Hans-Otto Pöhl;
Atos Erkko, a well known finnish publisher;
Franz Vranitzky Austrian Federal President;
José Manuel Durao Harroso from Portugal