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Egypt, Libya’s neighbours play integral part in resolving crisis, while other countries play dirty role, preventing any resolution, says prominent diplomat
Davos – As the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting 2019 is coming to end on 25 January, following a four days of intensive dialogues, between over 3,000 leaders from business, government, civil society, academia, arts and culture, and media, as well as the foremost experts and young leaders from all over the world aiming to …
Davos– Wang Qishan, Vice-President of the People’s Republic of China, reaffirmed China’s commitment to building world peace, promoting global growth and upholding the international order, in a special address at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, on Wednesday. Wang explained that to understand China, one must turn to the lessons of history, adding that the advances …
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Research to focus on better understanding treatments for depression, anxiety
Preparation for Israeli-Palestinian peace agreements underway
One, two federal reserve rate hikes in 2019, expects UBS chairperson
Davos- In recent years, a certain question has been on the rise, “Is the world becoming less violent?” despite the fact that statistically the world has become less ‘deadly’, conflict and disorder are on the rise, with massive bloodshed in Afghanistan, Syria, and Yemen. What is common in today’s armed conflicts, is the fact that they …
Davos- What is Davos? It is the annual Mecca for thousands of top businesses, political and non-profit leaders, who attend the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) conference that takes place in Switzerland. Under a valiant mission of “improving the state of the world”, the global elite hold a four-day meeting in the ski resort town of …
On January 20 2018, Turkish forces invaded Syrian territories in a military operation dubbed Olive Branch. The aim has been to clear Afrin from Kurdish “terrorists”—and Ankara vowed to continue its drive inside Syria to the Iraqi-Syrian borders to the east, to drive out all the Kurds from this vast stretch of territory. In so …
Indian Hinduja Group considers the establishment of a complex to manufacture buses in Egypt
Star Communications will publish a special feature report on Egypt in Newsweek Magazine in January 2016. It will be distributed at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Below is an interview with Regional Director for Star Communications, Sara Prada, who is directing this endeavour from Cairo. Can you give us …
Over-regulations, availability of key skills and government response to fiscal deficit and debt burden are among the main concerns in 2015
President set to deliver speech in special session on Thursday
By Evline Meshreky A blog published by the World Economic Forum (Davos) attributed Germany’s success in football as well as economically to sustaining a culture of cooperation and common goals, and long-term policies to support those goals. The article relates the young average age in the German football team, 26.31, as opposed to 28.92 in …
Iran struggled to fill the vacuum after the departure of France’s Total, Spain’s Repson and the Royal Dutch Shell, and efforts to continue development through state-owned and quasi-private companies had mixed success.
The US economy is slated to grow faster than 3% this year and next year, he said, while Europe is “finally recovering.”
Oil prices peaked at $147 a barrel in 2008 amid growing fears that the world was running out of oil.
A slowdown in China would have an impact on the global economy: Lagarde
El-Beblawi briefs Lagarde on Egypt’s latest economic developments
Green goods cover a wide range of goods from waste management and clean water technologies, to solar and wind energies.
Beblawi: “Those that are pushing Sisi to run [for presidency] are not the military camps, they are people in the streets, women in the first place.Don’t forget he is a handsome man.”
Mayer has made improving Yahoo’s popularity on smartphones and tablets a priority as the faded Internet search pioneer is re-invented.
The annual PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) survey of more than 1,300 CEOs found that 39% were “very confident” their company’s revenues would grow in 2014, up from 36% a year ago.
The World Economic Forum, which organises the Davos talkfest, warned last week that the growing gulf between the rich and the poor represents the biggest global risk in 2014.