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Canada
The Right Honourable Jean Chrétien
Prime minister of Canada
Prime Minister's Office
Government of Canada
Department of Foreign Affairs
and International Trade
Department of Finances
Environment Canada
ACDI / CIDA
Le premier Ministre en Afrique
Canada and Africa :
A New Partnership
Media
Portal No1 to Africa
News Releases
june 27 2002
Canada Helps Build New Partnership With Africa
New Canadian Initiatives
for Africa
Canada : Support
Germany
his Excellency Gerhard Schröder
Chancelier de la République fédérale d’Allemagne
Federal Government
Federal Foreign Office
Bundesministerium der Finanzen
Federal Ministry of Economics
Deutschen Bundesbank
German Embassy, Ottawa
Japan
His Excellency Junichiro Koizumi
Prime Minister
of Japan
Government
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Finances
Economy Trade and Industry
Embassy of Japan, Ottawa
Press
Great Britain
The Right Honourable Tony Blair
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Ministry of Defense
British High Commission, Ottawa
Press
N P D A
Africa
Diaspora
BIOGRAPHY OF ROMANO PRODI
PRESIDENT
OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION

Romano Prodi was born on Aug. 9, 1939, in Scandiano (Reggio Emilia), Italy. He graduated with a law degree from the Catholic University of Milan in 1961 and carried out postgraduate studies at the London School of Economics.

Mr. Prodi was a professor of economics and industrial policy at the University of Bologna. He also worked at the Lombard Institute of Economic and Social Studies and at Stanford and Harvard universities. An expert on economics and industrial policy, Mr. Prodi has written scientific papers on European industrial policy, Italian public entreprise, energy, and the functioning of economic systems. He has also advised Pope John Paul on the economy of Eastern Europe.

In 1978 and 1979, Mr. Prodi was Italy's Minister of Industry. From 1982 to 1989, and again in 1993 and 1994, he was president of IRI, the state-owned industrial reconstruction institute. Mr. Prodi led the Olive Tree coalition to victory in the 1996 Italian general election and served as Prime Minister until 1998.

Mr. Prodi took office as President of the European Commission in September 1999.

Mr. Prodi is married and has two children.

Dossiers Spéciaux
France
His Excellency Jacques Chirac
President
of France Republic
Présidence de la République
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of the Economy
Finances and Industry
Ministry of Country Planning
and Environment
Bank of France
Service Public France
Press
Italy
The Honourable Silvio Berlusconi
President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic
Government
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Embassy, Ottawa
Russia
His Excellency Vladimir Poutine
President of the Russian Federation
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Russian Embassy, Ottawa
Bank of Russia
USA
The Honourable George W. Bush
President of the United States of America
White House
Department of State
Department of the Treasury
Embassy of USA, Ottawa
Management and Budget
Press
European Union
His Excellency Romano Prodi
President
of the european Commission
European Union
European Commission, Ottawa
European Investment Bank
European Central Bank
Secretary General
of United Nations
African President
Switzerland
G8 : Info Suisse
Confédération Suisse
Commune de Genève
Office de Tourisme
Préfecture de la Haute - Savoie
Géographie
La ville est située au sud - est de la France 45 Km de Genève
Climat : type continental, tempéré par le lac Léman, le plus grand lac d'Europe Occidentale
Évian : Chef lieu de canton de 25 000 habitants
Eau Évian : exploitée depuis 1790
Population : 7528 Évianais
Altitude : 372m - 725 m
Superficie : 582 Km2
Adresses Utiles
Ville d'Évian
Évian Online
Golf : Évian Masters
Hôtels
Informations Touristiques
Léman Sans frontière
Maison des Arts Thonon
MINI Golf
Office de Tourisme
Ports du Léman
Royal Parc Évian
Thermes Évian
Source : Ville d'Évian