Naqli said the summit would “not just be about governments.”
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The Saudi ambassador to Arab League said Thursday that the Arab economic summit to be held over the weekend in Beirut would mainly focus on the welfare and economic needs of the Arab people.A list of economic issues that will be tackled at the summit are small, medium- and micro-sized enterprises; a unified Arab vision of a digital economy; strengthening the knowledge economy by maximizing human potential; and taking steps to establish an Arab Customs Union and increasing intra-Arab trade, according to Sudanese Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Affairs Ambassador Kamal Hassan Ali.Tuwaijri noted at the time that intra-Arab trade among member states did not exceed 10 percent of Arab states' foreign trade due to obstacles that hinder the flow between Arab countries.
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