Intergraph International Business Symposium Features Arthur Kroeber

Offers Top Executives Insights on Pressing Global and Regional Business Issues

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., June 28, 2005 – Intergraph Corporation announced today that Arthur Kroeber, managing editor of the China Economic Quarterly and noted economic affairs journalist, is a special guest speaker at the International Business Symposium, July 11-12, Shanghai, China (apex.intergraph.com). As a senior economist and seasoned journalist, Kroeber communicates clear analysis and practical advice on macro- and micro-economic issues – in a global context – to business leaders from the process manufacturing, power generation, shipbuilding and offshore oil and gas industries during the exclusive executive event. Kroeber will present his unique assessment of the opportunities and challenges involved in making strategic business decisions in China. He also addresses business cycles in China and views on how the rest of the world can best do business with China , the world’s fastest-growing emerging market.

“The Asia Pacific region’s hypercompetitive economic engine is generating high demand for energy and construction materials and sustained growth in the manufacture of consumer and industrial goods for domestic consumption and international trade. Much of this growth is occurring in China, which is changing rapidly and in turn changing the world. Petroleum and petrochemical businesses, the electric power generation sector and the marine industries are all playing crucial roles in the creation of modern infrastructure in the Asia Pacific region, particularly in China.”

“Key executives in these industries need to know more about the challenges of working, creating partnerships and executing large projects in this hypercompetitive, globalized environment. Intergraph’s International Business Symposium provides an ideal forum in which to explore the issues of cultivating successful relationships, developing technologically-capable partners and creating responsive business models,” said Kroeber.

Kroeber Lends Unique Business Insight

Managing editor of the China Economic Quarterly since 2002, Kroeber is a regular contributor to the opinion page of the Financial Times and consultant to Oxford Analytica. His articles have also appeared in the Economist, the Far Eastern Economic Review, Wired and various major newspapers. A graduate of Harvard College, he began working in Asia in 1987 as a journalist specializing in economic affairs and has reported from China, Taiwan, India, Pakistan, Thailand and Nepal. From 1992 to 2002 he served as a correspondent of the Economist Intelligence Unit covering China and South Asia and authored numerous research reports on Asian business.

Shanghai Symposium Helps Leaders Chart Global Course

The International Business Symposium is an exclusive forum for leaders from the process, power and marine industries to explore economic, contractual, cultural and technological specifics and benefit from opportunities to network with international peers , find business partners and build business relationships throughout the world including the growing Asia-Pacific region. Top-level management interested in attending the International Business Symposium should e-mail apex@intergraph.com or call +1-256-730-3181 for exclusive registration details.

The symposium runs concurrently with Intergraph APEX Shanghai, a three-day technology and business forum that brings together the people, the work process improvements and the technology for enabling project and plant life cycle engineering to advance and sustain increased profitability. APEX stands for Advancing Profitability through Engineering e Xcellence. APEX events help Intergraph clients entrench engineering information and intelligent software as an indispensable part of new business models to compete in dynamic global markets.

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