4 ways stakeholder capitalism can create a more resilient post-COVID MENA region

Public-private collaboration and stakeholder capitalism can build resilience in the Middle East and North Africa. Image: REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

Mirek Dušek

Managing Director; Global Programming Group, World Economic Forum

Rania Al-Mashat

Minister of International Cooperation, Egypt

Alain Bejjani

Chief Executive Officer, Majid Al Futtaim


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