Washington (CNN) – Mitt Romney will talk about the economy to over 100 chief executive officers on Wednesday in Washington.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee will be a guest of the Business Roundtable as the organization holds its quarterly meeting. Members of the media will be allowed to cover Romney's opening remarks, organizers said. The remainder of the meeting – which will include a question-and-answer session with the attending CEO's – will be closed to the press.
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The Business Roundtable's meetings are typically not open to the media.
The group "is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies with over $6 trillion in annual revenues and more than 14 million employees," according to its website.
President Obama spoke to the Business Roundtable in March.
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