Showing posts with label Participation. Show all posts
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Thursday, April 29, 2010

World Economic Forum / Record Participation for 20th World Economic Forum on Africa

29 Apr 2010 15:18 Africa/Lagos


World Economic Forum / Record Participation for 20th World Economic Forum on Africa


DAR ES SALAAM, 29 avril 2010/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Eleven African heads of state/government will take part in the 20th World Economic Forum on Africa in Dar es Salaam next week


Tanzania's President Kikwete to host the meeting, which will feature around 1,000 participants


Watch the video message with President Kikwete of Tanzania and Professor Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum on YouTube


Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 29 April 2010 – The World Economic Forum announced today that nearly 1,000 participants from 85 countries will participate in the 20th World Economic Forum on Africa in Dar es Salaam, 5-7 May 2010. President Kikwete will host the meeting, which this year explores the theme “Rethinking Africa's Growth Strategy”. President Kikwete said: “Africa is a continent full of potential. Africa has been growing despite the economic instability that is facing the world today. We will have the opportunity to examine the strategy of Africa for today to ensure that there is a better tomorrow.”


Richard Elliott, Associate Director, Media, Tel.: +41 (0)79 201 8127 E-mail: richard.elliott@weforum.org



Source: The World Economic Forum



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