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Istanbul, Turkey, 29 November 2012, — For over 40 years, the World Economic Forum has been an organisation that strives to improve the state of the world. The organisation is engaged in a lot of projects on the global agenda, and holds several global and regional summits. The Annual Meeting in Davos is a foremost meeting/event organised by World Economic Forum and is regularly attended by the world’s top leaders of business and government. The World Economic Forum seeks to improve the world by asking these leaders to examine current global and regional challenges and offer practical solutions to them.

While Habboush Group has been admitted to the World Economic Forum as ‘Global Growth Company’, Habboush Group’s President and CEO, Wadie Habboush, Esq., will be among that esteemed group of leaders in Davos, Switzerland.

Forum Partner is a title awarded to companies with activities that convey the same principle and mission of the World Economic Forum, which is improving the state of the world. As a recipient of this title, Habboush Group will share its experience in the economic and social development it has brought to the communities around its region.

About Habboush Group

Habboush Group is a global, energy and infrastructure development, management and project financing enterprise executing and operating for government, institutional and FORTUNE 500 partners across the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia. Habboush Group is a single-source provider of strategic investment and integrated solutions in financing, development, execution and project management. Our clients have come to know us as an agile, integrated, reliable partner intent on safety, efficiency, cost saving, execution and operation of large-scale projects.

For information please correspond to the following details:

Habboush Group
Olive Plaza
Maslak Mahallesi
Ahi Evran Caddesi No: 11 K: 10
Maslak 34398
Istanbul – Turkey
T +90 212 987 7000
F +90 212 346 3346
info@habboushgroup.com

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