Doha hosts WEF redesign summit

31 May 2010

(MENAFN) Qatar News Agency reported that the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Redesign Summit has kicked off in the Qatari capital of Doha with the participation of representatives from 90 countries.

Bringing together business, political, and civil society leaders, the two-day event would focus on examining gaps in international cooperation, building sustained economic growth, enhancing global security and strengthening the international monetary system.

The summit is designed to discuss four general tracks, namely development, economics, security and sustainability. Each track would feature a set of topics for which proposals were prepared over the course of last year, the report said.

The summit is being held under the patronage of the governments of Qatar, Singapore, Switzerland and Tanzania.

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