WEFS


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WEFSWork Execution Flow Scheme
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The World Economic Forum (WEF) that constantly evaluates the competitive landscape of leading nations of the world considers the contribution of clusters to be topical in the national competitiveness.
Underlining the significance of WEFS for elevating standards of sports in Pakistan, he expressed the hope that the youngsters groomed through this scheme would bring laurels for the country in international competitions in the days to come.
It was to encourage wage restraint, and the sharing of these excessive profits among workers by means of a system other than wages, that Meidner and his colleagues proposed the introduction of WEFs. Consistent with the principles of a solidaristic wage policy, such sharing of profits would be at a collective, not an individual, level.
"With another 10 projects expected to participate, the value of developments within the Project Village for 2012 may easily surpass $4 billion," said Naji Al Haddad, WEFS Exhibition Director.