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The World Economic Forum's meeting on the Middle East and North Africa convened on April 6-7 at the Dead Sea in Jordan, where it acted as a collaborative platform among more than 1,000 key leaders from government, business and civil society to discuss the regional agenda for inclusive growth, social advancement and sustainable development.The report laid down parameters for a process of reflection and dialogue about the meaning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the transformations of international cooperation and domestic governance.The forum also focused on creating a platform for Arab startups to interact and engage with international and regional leaders and discuss the future of their industries and how to add value to society. One hundred Arab startups shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution in 2019 were selected by the WEF, in collaboration with the Bahrain Economic Development Board, to attend the forum. Seven Lebanese startups were selected among the 100 Arab startups, with the Lebanese expert Hala Fadel among the selection committee.
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