The 16th Annual Conference

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When:
November 27, 2016 @ 8:15 am – November 28, 2016 @ 9:15 am
2016-11-27T08:15:00+03:00
2016-11-28T09:15:00+03:00
Where:
The St. Regis Doha Hotel
West Bay Lagoon Street
Doha
Qatar
Cost:
$ 500

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INTRODUCTION

Globalization had a great impact on the world economy. This impact was brought about as a result of the easy and wide movement of capital across the world, and the rapid innovation, development, and distribution of goods in both national and international markets. All this obliged world countries – developed as well as developing – to engage in an aggressive global competition in order to extend their exports and achieve sustainable growth.

The competition flared in the 1990s, After the fall of the Soviet Union, the collapse of the socialist camp in eastern Europe, the emergence of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in January 1995, the application of the results of the Uruguay Round, the wide spread of neo-liberal economic policies, as well as the insistence of the international financial institutions to achieve integration into the world market, stressing that globalization is the way to achieve steady development in developing countries.

There has been an increasing interest in competition, now it has boards, departments, strategies, international indicators, which report to senior officials of states. Competition is perceived to be very critical that some countries such as the United States of America, for example, consider the decline of the economic competitiveness as one of the elements that threaten the national security of the country. This deterioration of the capabilities of US industries vs. Japanese counterparts in the eighties of the last century has urged President Reagan to form a committee to discuss the competitiveness of the American industry and the reasons behind this deterioration, and then he established the Competitiveness Policy Council.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Globalization had a great impact on the world economy. This impact was brought about as a result of the easy and wide movement of capital across the world, and the rapid innovation, development, and distribution of goods in both national and international markets.

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