His Excellency Shaikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr Al-Thani iaugurated the Conference works


His Excellency General Antony Zaini. His Excellency the President Bill Clinton. Ladies and Gentlemen. I have the pleasure to meet you now in the opening of Enriching the Middle East's Economic Future conference in which a wide portion of the world's nations is interested. The holding of this conference comes in time where we are badly needing to arrange for the economic concern after the political concern has obtained a great part of the international community in the reform process. .....Read more

Conference Co-sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar & UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations


(Doha, Qatar) Ė Tomorrow, Monday 30th Jan, 2006 the works of the International Conference, " ENRICHING THE MIDDLE EASTíS ECONOMIC FUTURE " will be opened in the Ritz Carlton Hotel- Doha at 11 : 00 AM. The conference, co-sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar and the UCLA Ronald W. Burkle Center for International Relations, will focus on key economic issues in the region, including energy security, Asiaís emerging role in the petroleum market, and the Middle Eastís impact on the global marketplace......Read more

Qatar to host Conference on enriching the Middle East economic future


The state of Qatar is hosting a three-day conference on January 29-31, 2006 to explore the prospects of enriching the economic future of the Middle East. The conference is expected to attract some 250-300 economists and specialists from various Middle Eastern, Arab, Asian and European countries as well as the United States, especially major world economies, key energy consumers and major beneficiaries of the financial revenues of oil. .....Read more

>> 29/1/2006 <<

>> Strategic Perspectives of the Gulf by the Major Asian Powers.

>> 30/1/2006 <<

>> Conference on Mideast economic future today (The Peninsula).

>> PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON ADDRESSES DOHA CONFERENCE ON MIDDLE EAST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CO-SPONSORED BY THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF QATAR AND UCLAíS BURKLE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

>> 31/1/2006 <<

>> First Deputy Premier: Economic growth in region linked to political stability (Foreign Information Agency of the State of Qatar)

>> Clinton urges more productivity, economic diversification (The Peninsula)

>> Respect all religions: FM (The Peninsula)

>> About the Conference of Enhancing the Economic Future of the Middle-East (usa.mediamonitors.net)

>> 1/2/2006 <<

>> Emir, First Dy PM meet visiting foreign leaders

>> World Leaders Open International Conference on Energy Issues and the Middle East in Qatar

>> Middle East countries must see beyond oil and gas, says Clinton

>> Qatar Science & Technology Park unveils roadmap for Middle East 'Knowledge Economy'

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