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Albert Jones - Jeddah Economic Forum 2006—Part 1

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Uploaded on Jun 4, 2008

Part 1 - Albert Beckord Jones, Chairman Emeritus of TC International (www.Gointernationally.com), delivers a key note address at the 7th (International) Jeddah Economic Forum, February 2006 on the subject: "Seeding Potential for Economic Growth in the Middle East and North Africa in the context of Global competitiveness". It is an inspiring speech that addresses economic issues related to poverty, business, the millennium development goals, diversity, and places emphasis on the key elements required to achieve sustainable growth and fight poverty. It points out "It Will Take All of Us to Seed Potential for Economic Growth". The Jeddah Economic Forum was established in the year 2000 with the objective of addressing current economic issues and international affairs. It has become firmly established as the leading and most influential economic gathering in the Middle East of world leaders, government officials, prominent businessmen, financiers, economic strategists, academics and other influential figures from around the world. Speaker have include U.S and President of countries from around the world, Kings, Royals, business tycoons, and leaders from government, academia, media, business etc.

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