Towards a new global agreement to facilitate investment for development
Representatives from 113 economies have finalized a new agreement on sustainable Investment Facilitation for Development at the World Trade Organization.
The World Economic Forum – committed to improving the state of the world – is the international organization for public-private cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.
The Forum, Bain, Ralph Lauren, Vestiaire Collective and EVRYTHNG, have launched a pilot to ensure the authentication of fashion products in second hand markets.
The Forum and the city of Helsinki have developed an innovative blueprint for leveraging the power of data to proactively improve the residents' lives.
The World Economic Forum is convening stakeholders with a role to play for global cities to have a chance of reaching the net zero carbon goal for by 2030.
The World Economic Forum and Rwanda are promoting the adoption of new technologies in the country to drive innovation on data policy and artificial intelligence.
The Centre for Cybersecurity is identifying future cybersecurity risks created by next-generation technology in order to avert a possible cyber pandemic.
The WTO is currently negotiating an international framework to make it easier to invest in development. Here are five provisions they should consider.
More than 100 global business and climate leaders will take part, including HRH The Prince of Wales and European Central Bank Chief Christine Lagarde.