|Enriching The Middle East's Economic Future Conference winds up
doha, March 11
(QNA) -Enriching The Middle East's Economic Future Conference wound up in Doha today.
H.E. Mohamed Bin
Abdulah Al Rumehi, the assistant foreign minister for follow-up affairs, addressing the closing session, underlined
the significance of axes and debates taken up by the participants especially relations between the economies of the
region and means of investing them.
The target of the conference is to seek the best visualization that
could help build the economies of the middle east in harmony with the region's human and wealth resources, Al
The participants representing 47 countries explained the important link betweeen the economy
of the region and the external world especially europe and asia besides the effect of economies of the gulf and
asian countries on the economies of the middle east, Al Rumehi noted.
The conference touched on many topics
the most important of which were relations between the economies of the middle east and how to build these economies
and their relations with other important political, security, human being, industry and trade issues, he said.
A message should be addressed to the concerned parties to define points and issues that they should do to
remedy these issues in the middle east in order to push its economy forward,.
Over a three-day meeting the
conference dealt with a host of economic, energy issues and the growing role of asia in the middle east, regional
trade, money markets and bourses, and the spiral hike of oil prices.
The participants included a leading
number of political, economic, law and intellectual figures.
The conference was opened by H.E. Yousef
Hussein Kamal, the finance minister and acting economy and trade minister on March 9.