RRN is good news

Enterprise - - Editor’s desk - Saad Siddiqui USA

It has been en­light­en­ing to know through En­ter­prise, that global so­ci­ety has be­gun to rec­og­nize col­lec­tive threats in a rapidly trans­form­ing world. These threats are equally posed to all coun­tries. Through the World Eco­nomic Fo­rum’s plat­form of Risk Re­sponse Net­work, coun­tries large or small will be able to de­velop a cus­tom­ized preven­tive and re­cov­ery strat­egy which will bring har­mony to the global econ­omy. The im­por­tance of RRN is associated with the global con­sen­sus on is­sues. Whether it is the earth­quake of Ja­pan, the eco­nomic re­ces­sion of the US or the global con­fronta­tion on re­sources, the ini­tia­tive of RRN has long re­mained the need of all coun­tries to come to­gether and ad­dress in­ter­de­pen­dent risks. In to­day’s world, if the econ­omy, pol­i­tics or en­vi­ron­ment of one coun­try suffers, it di­rectly im­pacts other coun­tries as well. The World Eco­nomic Fo­rum has al­ways played a strong transna­tional role for re­solv­ing com­plex is­sues. Pak­istan, an econ­omy hit by nat­u­ral dis­as­ters as well as po­lit­i­cal tur­moil, can largely ben­e­fit from WEF’s net­work for for­mu­lat­ing strate­gic so­lu­tions with the as­sis­tance of global ex­per­tise

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