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UAE Minister of Economy: Davos 'key point' is building 'more resilient' world economy
Davos major topic is how to create ‘more resilient’ world economy: UAE Minister of Economy
United Arab Emirates Minister of Economy H.E. Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri says leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos were focused on solutions to ‘take more hits,’ like with the pandemic, inflation and possible recession.
From the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates Minister of Economy H.E. Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri shared his thoughts on the global economy and major themes from the conference on "Mornings with Maria" Friday.
"Since the pandemic, as we all have been, we've been in a recession or a depression and we've been in a slowdown and re-engineering our supply chain," Al Marri told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo of the economic environment in the UAE.
"That's the key point, is how to be more resilient," the Minister continued. "I'll be meeting with world leaders here in Davos, and the major topic we're talking about is the resilience of the economy."
According to Al Marri, the biggest challenge following the pandemic remains building a global economy that’s "more resilient and more agile."
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"How do we take more hits, the pandemics and issues that goes around with inflation and recessions that's happening globally," he explained.