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World’s Top Ten Most Competitive Economies

The Global Competitiveness Report 2013-14, published in the beginning of September by the World Economic Forum, assesses the competitiveness of 148 economies based on...

Arab World Competitiveness Report 2013 Highlights Job Creation

Arab World Competitiveness Report 2013 highlights job creation as the major economic challenge for leaders in the Middle East Among the 13 countries in focus,...

Global Energy Index Sets Benchmark for Middle East Region

World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Accenture, releases its Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report on countries’ energy systems Significant renewable energy projects in the...

UAE signs agreement with World Economic Forum

The United Arab Emirates will host the Summit on Global Agenda Councils until 2018 in both Abu Dhabi and Dubai under a strategic agreement...

Sweeping Reforms Cannot Happen Overnight, Arab Leaders Say

Arab uprisings brought unforeseeable change, but sweeping reforms will take time Libya has complete control over its territory, its prime minister said, and Al-Qaeda elements...

World Becoming “Ungovernable”

Global corporations are replacing the role of governments Corporations are answering the younger generations’ call for individuality Speaking this afternoon at the 43rd World Economic Forum...
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UAE ranks 24th among 144 countries, Global Competitiveness Report

Persisting Divides in Global Competitiveness as Switzerland, Singapore and Finland Top Competitiveness Rankings in 2012 video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Competitiveness gap widening among European countries US...

Global Experts Poll: Economic Confidence Improves in Q1 of 2013, Fears...

Economic confidence index ticks up to 0.43 from 0.38 last quarter, closer to optimistic territory of over 0.5 Percentage fearing a major economic disruption for...

Follow the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013 on social media

Starting on Tuesday 22 of January, the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting 2013 in Davos will gather the World’s top leaders, academics and heads...

Global Risks 2013: Markets and Mother Nature

The world is more at risk as persistent economic weakness saps our ability to tackle environmental challenges, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global...

HH Sheikh Mohammed invited to attend World Economic Forum

The Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has received an official invitation to...

UAE 4th most financially stable country worldwide, World Economic Forum

The United Arab Emirates ranks 4th among 62 countries worldwide in terms of financial stability,  according to the latest World Economic Forum Financial Development...

UAE moves up in Global Competitiveness Ranking

The UAE has improved its ranking in overall competitiveness to 24 from last year’s 27, in the 2012-13 Global Competitiveness Report, released by the World...

International monetary system in 2030: Three future scenarios

Revision to regionalism, G2 rebalancing, and reconciling a two-speed world As the euro debt crisis spreads with wide ranging implications across the globe, a new...

World Economic Forum: Jobs are Top Priority

42nd World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closed today, with business leaders urging resolute action to promote growth and employment

Social media pressures business, government leaders

Technology and social media are significantly changing the way leaders in business and government make decisions

To survive, companies must constantly reinvent themselves

Today’s companies are under pressure to constantly change because of technology and the rise of emerging market consumers, as well as the European crisis

Capitalism needs a Redesign

Capitalism needs to serve society better, business, banking, labour and academic leaders agreed in a lively debate on opening day of World Economic Forum