Major US conference attracts top CEOs and world leaders
Speaking recently at Fortune Magazine’s Global Forum, held in Washington DC, Regional General Manager of HP in the Middle East, Joseph Hanania, said that knowledge transfer is one key benefit that is available to the citizens of Arab countries as they work with leading multinational companies.
Addressing around 200 of the world’s most influential CEOs and governmental leaders who attended the Forum, Hanania’s panel discussion titled Voices of Experience: doing business in the Arab countries also focused on the business changes that if implemented would help Arab countries get a higher return and better capitalize on the investment of multinational companies in their region.
The 2002 FORTUNE Global Forum took place from November 11-13, and had as its theme Mastering the New Realities. More than 200 CEOs representing the world’s most influential companies, and other governmental leaders attended the event. — (menareport.com)
© 2002 Mena Report (www.menareport.com)
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