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Bentley boss to give inaugural lecture

Bentley Motors' chairman and chief executive Dr Franz-Josef Paefgen, will give this year's Automotive Academy annual lecture, to be held at the House of Commons on Monday.

In his keynote lecture, Dr Paefgen will stress the importance of internationally competitive skills and training as Bentley expands its presence as one of the world's most prestigious automobile marques.

The 2005 Annual Lecture marks the end of the first full year of operations for the Automotive Academy - established to promote skills development and training for the UK vehicle and component industry.

Other key speakers at the event are Gerry Sutcliffe MP, Minister for Employment Relations and Consumer Affairs, representing the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, and Joe Greenwell, chairman of the Automotive Academy and Ford Motor Company's vice president responsible for government affairs in Europe.



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