DIARY - Emerging Markets Economic Events to April 10

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SATURDAY, MARCH 29

BAHIA, Brazil - Brazilian central bank chief Alexandre Tombini and his Chilean counterpart Rodrigo Vergara speak at IIF seminar in Bahia, Brazil - 1200 GMT.

MONDAY, MARCH 31 LONDON - International Financial Services Forum (to Apr 2). Speakers:- Euro group President Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna, Central Bank of Tunisia Governor Chedly Ayari and Bank of England Deputy Governor of Prudential Regulation Andrew Bailey. ATHENS - Eurofi High Level Seminar 2014 (to Apr 1). Speakers:- Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras, Bank of Greece Governor George Provopoulos, Germany Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, Lithuanian Finance Minister Rimantas Sadzius, ECB's Executive board member Peter Praet and Latvia Finance Minister Andris Vilks. BRUSSELS - 5th EU-Africa Business Forum (to Apr 01). BRUSSELS - 3rd Africa-EU Youth Leaders Summit (to Apr 01). SEOUL - South Korea's outgoing Central Bank Governor Kim Choong-soo will give his final speech - 0700 GMT. JERUSALEM - Bank of Israel holds its annual press conference. Central Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug will be speaking to media - 0830 GMT. LUSAKA - Bank of Zambia announces latest decision on interest rates - 1000 GMT. SANTIAGO - Chile Central Bank releases quarterly Monetary Policy Report - 2000 GMT.

TUESDAY, APRIL 1

HONG KONG, China - Global launch of ADB's flagship publication, the Asian Development Outlook 2014 in Hong Kong. WASHINGTON - World Bank President Kim speaks at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington. Kim speaks on the current challenges and priorities for the World Bank in addressing global economic inequality, and the World Bank's efforts to invest in effective infrastructure, including data systems, and to build a social movement to empower those facing poverty before the Council on Foreign Relations - 1230 GMT. MUMBAI - Reserve Bank of India will announce its Annual Monetary Policy Statement for 2014-15 - 0530 GMT. BRASILIA - Brazil Central Bank holds Monetary Policy Committee Meeting (to April 2).

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2

WASHINGTON - IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde delivers remarks on the global economy at an event hosted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. BRUSSELS - 4th EU-AFRICA Summit (to April 3).

THURSDAY, APRIL 3 PRAGUE - Regular Exporters Association forum (to Apr 4). Speakers:- Czech National Bank (CNB) Governor Jan Prochazka and Vice-Governor Mojmir Hampl.

SUNDAY, APRIL 6 JERUSALEM - Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug holds a press conference - 0400 GMT.

TUESDAY, APRIL 8

WASHINGTON - IMF holds a seminar on "Managing the Transition to "Normality" - Implications for Fiscal Policy. IMF First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton will be the keynote speaker. BUDAPEST - Central Bank of Hungary holds Monetary Council's meeting.

THURSDAY, APRIL 10 WASHINGTON - IMF holds a seminar on "Africa Rising: Policies for Sustained and Inclusive Growth". IMF Deputy Managing Director Min Zhu will be the keynote speaker. WASHINGTON - IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde will be present at a panel discussion hosted by IMF on "Global Economy".

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