FIABCI 61st World Congress Bali 2010

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The 61st World Congress of International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) to be held in Bali will present speakers from throughout the globe. They will participate and serve as speakers in this great event from 24 to 28 May 2010.

Having the theme “Save the World: Green Shoots for Sustainable Real Estate”, the congress focus on four primary issues, which are innovation, finance, eco-property and green tourism.

The speakers are largely those who come from and own various professional and industrial backgrounds. They represent government officials, business people, executives of property, architecture, banking industry or tourism sector, most of whom come from the US, Europe, Australia, China and Indonesia. The world real estate congress, which officially opened by the President of the Republic of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, participated by more than a thousand participants from Indonesia and overseas. One of the keynote speakers during the congress is Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, director of Aceh Reconstruction Agency and former minister of energy of the Republic of Indonesia. Kuntoro has been viewed as the one who has succeeded in restoring and recovering the economic and social condition in Aceh after the Tsunami disaster in 2005. Kuntoro is a figure with a lot of professional experiences in both government and non-government sectors. In addition to having held the post of minister of energy, Kuntoro has long been known as a figure who has the commitment to the concept of sustainable development. Beside Kuntoro, there are many more speakers those internationally influential and also famous domestic figures in property.

In addition to innovation, the FIABCI World Congress also discusses remarkable trends and issues in the property industry, such as funding, eco-property and green tourism. The issues and themes are currently becoming main concerns in the development concept of sustainable property industry.

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