Strong business and government support for Middle East forum

June 2005
Middle East;Jun2005, Issue 357, p55
The article reports that senior business leaders and policy makers from the Middle East, the European Union and the United States have confirmed their participation in a symposium about stability in the Middle East. The Middle East Symposium on "Commercial Diplomacy: A Force for Regional Prosperity" aims to focus on the role of the private sector in achieving economic stability and social progress in the region. The article includes the names of policy makers addressing the forum. It also presents other information about the symposium.


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