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Trade and Business Reform, Organization and Regulation
2010-06-01

The Conference on Enriching the Middle East Economic Future discussed on Tuesday at Ritz Carlton a host of economic issues including the global economic crisis, the sovereign wealth funds role in encountering the crisis, the role of major companies in the national economy and economic institutions, securing global trade routes and energy alternatives.
The session was chaired by Sheikha Hanadi Bint Nasser bin Khaled Al Thani, Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Amwal.
Speakers at the session focused on the world's slow economic growth because of the financial crisis and expected a bigger role for the emerging economies in the near future.
They called for ending protectionist policies, introducing radical financial and economic reforms and for encouraging the private sector and the small and medium industries.
The speakers also called for facing the current economic challenges encountering the world including climate changes and urged for economic reforms.
They also underlined the need for diversification of investments of sovereign funds and for doubling investment in human resources.
Speaking to QNA, Sheikha Hanadi said that the speakers dwelt on crucial issues including the current world economic situation. They gave an overview that Included a variety of economic conditions in Europe, America and the Middle East, she added.


source :- QNA
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