WEF


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WEFWater Environment Federation
WEFWorld Economic Forum
WEFWinter Equestrian Festival (Wellington, FL)
WEFWeb Embedding Fonts
WEFWireless Enterprise Framework
WEFWsdm Event Format
WEFWaste-to-Energy Facility (various locations)
WEFWith Effect From (aviation)
WEFWorld Evangelical Fellowship
WEFWorld Education Fellowship (Australia)
WEFWorld Express Freight (various locations)
WEFWorld Environment Fund
WEFWeb EFuture (Web Solutions; India)
WEFWeight Enumerating Function
WEFWith Effective From
WEFWrestling Entertainment Federation
WEFWorld Economic Fund
WEFWorld Education Fund (est. 2006)
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WEF also regarded the Philippines as the most improved in terms of its overall performance in the region.
Geingob will also be holding a bilateral meeting with the Founder and Chairperson of the WEF, Klaus Schwab, state house said.
The WEF Head discussed the changing global trade and economic landscape and opportunities for Pakistan.
Truly independent and impartial WEF is not tied to any special interests or groups.
The forthcoming visit of the WEF president to Islamabad is an expression of the interest that this global organisation is taking in Pakistan and its readiness to take more initiatives to support the country through a difficult transition period.
During the multilateral meeting, senior representatives from a number of Qatari entities, which also serve in a member capacity of WEF, similar to the QFC, discussed a number of key issues related to the forum's initiatives, crucially the Qatari ecosystem and the future engagements with the WEF.
Launched by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2004, the Global Young Leaders forum is a community of young leaders from all walks of life and from every region of the world, including Heads of governments to UN Goodwill Ambassadors and Nobel Prize winners.
Fortinet has announced the company has been named the first cybersecurity founding partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Centre for Cybersecurity and CEO Ken Xie will serve as a member of the Centre for Cybersecurity Advisory Board.
All three countries are Nordic nations, the WEF said.
That is still a far cry from what WEF considers the optimal conditions for a competitive economy, but well above the global average of 60 points.
In its worldwide competitiveness rankings report released today, which ranks 140 countries based on 98 indicators and 12 pillars, WEF ranked Taiwan 1st in the "Macroeconomic stability" pillar, sharing the top spot with 31 other countries.