http://www.weforum.org/30.10.2008 The Global Economic Outlook: Overcoming the Financial CrisisWall Street is facing its most severe crisis since the Crash of 1929. The crisis is battering global markets and striking the heart of the global banking system. Government leaders and businesses from all over the world face the daunting task of maintaining stability in the global economy, while a new global financial architecture is emerging.1) What effect has the recent crisis had on the region, and how will it be reflected in its economic development?2) How are governments and businesses responding to overcome the shortcomings of the current financial regulatory systems?3) Has there been an effective response to the crisis, and is the worst behind us?Simultaneous interpretation in English, Turkish, Russian and ArabicKhalid Abdulla-Janahi, Chairman, Ithmaar Bank, Bahrain; Global Agenda Council on FaithVictor Halberstadt, Professor of Public Economics, Leiden University, Netherlands; Global Agenda Council on Economic ImbalancesThomas Mirow, President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), LondonSuzan Sabanci Din?er, Chairman and Executive Board Member, Akbank TAS, Turkey; Young Global LeaderFerit F. Sahenk, Chairman, Dogus Group, Turkey; Young Global LeaderChaired by Michael J. Elliott, Editor, Time International, Time Magazine, USA
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