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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in Croatia to Sign Agreement

 

CroatiaThe Chief Executive Officer of one of the world’s biggest companies is in Croatia. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will meet with Croatia’s Prime Minister Zoran Milanović later today in Zagreb.

After his meeting with the Prime Minister, Ballmer, whose personal wealth is estimated at around 18 billion dollars, will meet with the Croatian Minister of Science, Sport and Education Željko Jovanović. Jovanović and Ballmer will sign the Education Transformation Agreement (ETA) during the meeting at parliament house today, reports Jutarnji list. The objective of the agreement is to establish firm commitments from all stakeholders to ensure educational development and success into the future.

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