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Jeddah Economic Forum

The eighth Jeddah Economic Forum kicks off its activities today. The forum, to be held till February 27, is organised by the Jeddah Marketing Board that operates under the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

It is taking place under the auspices of Makkah's Prince Abdulmajid bin Abdulaziz and the participation of more than 2,500 economic figures from around the world. The forum, entitled 'Economic Reform: Flourishing Grounds and Expanding Horizons', will address strategies for economic reform, social responsibility, and privatization, among others.

The forum's chairman Sami Bahrawi said in statements published by local Press that there were 35 key speakers from 22 countries taking part, including Jordan's Queen Rania Al Abdullah, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto.

The final session of the forum on Tuesday afternoon, February 27, focusing on privatisation, will feature, among other speakers, the deputy prime minister of Malaysia, Mohammed Abdul Razak, Khaled Almolhem, director-general of Saudi Arabian Airlines and London Business School Professor Zeger Degraeve.(via Trade Arabia News Service)

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