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It is an honor to be elected for the second time to serve on the WEF board as treasurer.
Representatives of Arcadis recently joined their WEF counterparts for the first time when the forum came together in Dalian, China, earlier in September.
And while in terms of absolute emissions, China still topped the list that year with almost 11,000 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, the WEF says getting a more accurate account of true carbon footprints require a per capita count, too.
He urged the government to take all the necessary measures to carry out various ventures and promote investments declared during the WEF "in an ideal way in parallel with efforts to address and overcome all impediments, while ensuring the stability of legislation and tax regulations and bolstering cooperation with the private sector to attract more foreign capital.
The minister, also the Chairperson of the King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD), added that the WEF will see the signing of a number of projects and agreements by ministries and national institutions.
This year's WEF is titled "The New Global Context", with a focus on environment and resource scarcity; employment skills and human capital; gender parity; long-term investing, infrastructure and development; food security and agriculture; international trade and investment; future of the internet; global crime and anti-corruption; social inclusion; and the future of financial systems.
Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan attended the annual WEF meetings between 2010 and 2014.
Istanbul, Turkey, hosted the Regional Summit Forum (Europe, MENA and Asia) of the WEF, for two days with the participation of more than 1,000 representatives of governments and the business community, civil society and many of the European countries and the Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa and Asia, and about 70 countries from Europe and the Middle East.
WEF is dedicated to providing support to women business owners through scholarships and grants that enable them to further their education, leadership skills and opportunities to succeed.
Economic growth: The WEF alludes to the financial crisis, and sets objective of 'building and sustaining economic growth.
Au niveau de 17 pays de la region MENA classes par WEF, l'Algerie est devancee par la Tunisie qui est 60e mondialement avec un score EAPI de 0,53, alors que le Maroc est classe 79e, l'Egypte 81e, la Libye 86e, le Qatar 90e, l'Arabie saoudite 91e, le Koweit 105e et l'Iran 102e.
According to WEF, 148 countries were judged on 12 pillars of competitiveness, which it thinks how a country creates the best economic, social and environmental conditions for economic development.