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In the 2019 Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report (TTCR), WEF said the Philippines now ranks 75th out of 140 countries with a score of 3.8 in the index.
During the WEF Plenaries on Thursday, Geingob will deliver alongside selected Head of States and Governments interventions on thematic issues under the theme, 'Achieving Universal Health Coverage and on Africa 'Rising Continent in a Fractured World.'
The Word Economic Forum (WEF) President, Borge Brende called on Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Industries and Production and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood to discuss areas of mutual interest relating to trade and investments in Pakistan, said in press release issued by Ministry of Finance here on Thursday.
With globalization moving forward at a fast pace WEF has become to be one of the most influential international economic organizations.
Pathfinder Group Chairman Ikram Sehgal, a founder member of the WEF, together with Martin Dow Group Chairman Ali Akhai, would host a lunch at a local hotel in the honour of Brende.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), one of the world's leading and fastest growing onshore business and financial centres, has hosted the president of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Borge Brende during his visit to the country.
The WEF on Wednesday announced the 2019 Young Global Leaders list, which included 127 individuals from across the globe.
The post WEF names Fortinet as founding partner for cybersecurity hub appeared first on TahawulTech.com.
According to WEF, Iceland remains at the top of the index with a score of 8.58, making its 10th consecutive year to lead the global ranking.
The United States tops the 2018 rankings, confirming its status of most competitive economy in the world, according to the WEF. Overall, the United States scored an average of 85.6 points when the nearly 100 indicators were measured on a scale of 0 to 100.
Taiwan ranked 1st in "Macroeconomic stability" and 13th overall in the latest Global Competitiveness Report released by Geneva-based World Economic Forum (WEF).