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The 8th Conference in MONTREAL 2003


Montreal, Canada
Bonscecour Market


October 6 to 8, 2003


"Conserving and Developing: How? With whom? Why?"

Round Table No.1 "Choosing development priorities"
Round Table No.2 "How to involve citizens, residents, merchants, experts?"
Round Table No.3 "Are development costs an expense or an investment?"


Number of participating cities: 19 (13 countries)

(Member cities)

Ballarat (Australia), Budapest (Republic of Hungary), Isfahan (Islamic Republic of Iran), Florence (Republic of Italy), Gyeongju (Republic of Korea), Kazan (Russian Federation), Kyoto (Japan), Montpellier (French Republic), Montreal (Canada), Quebec (Canada), Rome (Republic of Italy), Vienna (Republic of Austria), Xian (People's Republic of China)

(Non member cities)

Calgary (Canada), Dijon (France), Geneve (Swiss Confederation), Lyon (France), Rhodes (Greece), Saguenay (Canada)

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