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The World Economic Forum in the news

South African banks on a political offensive. Cites the Global Competitiveness Index’sranking of the country’s financial system. (Bloomberg)

The sharing economy will transform the electricity industry. The Forum’s Future of Electricity report explains how. (Modern Diplomacy)

Thailand needs more jobs and greener policies. The World Bank report cites the Global Competitiveness Index. (Reuters)

Software skills or a broader liberal education? Universities debate how to respond to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. (Times Higher Education)

Cameroon seeks to be a high tech hub. The Forum’s Network Readiness Index indicates the challenges. (allafrica.com)