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The World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and oth...
The World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging bu...
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World Economic Forum Confidence: 89%
Society Confidence: 72%
Business Confidence: 72%
Nonprofit organization Confidence: 72%
International organization Confidence: 71%
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|Annual meeting of the global future councils 2019 view all|
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|5 top stories from our #gfc19 meeting (2)|
|5 things you may not know about dubai (2)|
|Breathing new life into a rules-based system – a global strategy|
|Why talking with the enemy makes good strategic sense|
|Sudan needs urgent outside help to deliver peaceful power-sharing. here’s why|
|5 things to know about the western balkans (2)|
|The changing role of economists in shaping society|
|Can the euro be reformed via a pragmatic approach?|
|5 ways to reduce single-use plastic in the middle east (4)|
|State of the climate: low sea ice and near-record warmth define 2019 to date (2)|
|5 unexpected ways bicycles have made the world a better place|
|Why the cities of the future are 'cellular' (2)|
|5 things we get wrong about young people, according to a us study (2)|
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|Transforming ınfrastructure: frameworks for bringing the fourth ındustrial revolution to ınfrastructure|
|Policy pathways for the new economy|
|Global future council on advanced manufacturing and production|
|Unlocking government transparency|
|Future of authentication|
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