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NACORE symposium on July 2.

NACORE symposium on July 2

See the future of United States commercial real estate through the eyes of its leaders: Five presidents of the nation's top real estate and financial associations. "What Can We Expect in the Year 2000? The Presidents Speak to the Future" headlines the Tuesday, July 2, general session of the 18th annual symposium and exposition of NACORE, the International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives, at Hynes Convention Center in Boston.

The panel discussion will feature these association heads: Wayne E. Mills, Industrial Development Research Council; James W. Nelson, Mortgage Bankers Association; John F. O'Meara, National Association of Industrial and Office Parks; John Riordan, International Council of Shopping Centers; and William J. Scarpino, NACORE.

The presidents' panel runs from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on July 2. Two additional general sessions, on Sunday, June 30 and Monday, July 1, will feature Washington Post columnist Mark Shields and Nobel Prize-winning economist Dr. Robert M. Solow.

The NACORE symposium offers 20 workshops and 40 roundtable sessions covering the international expansion of business, negotiating environmental issues, corporate profitability, financing, leasing and other timely topics. More than 150 exhibits will be presented as part of the exposition.

The cost of the symposium is $570 for NACORE members and $695 for non-members registering before May 24 After that date, the fee is $645 for members and $770 for non-members
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Title Annotation:International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:May 15, 1991
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