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President N.Enkhbayar to attend World Economic Forum PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 January 2009
ImageMongolian President N.Enkhbayar will attend the 39th World Economic Forum this week. The forum begins January 28 in Davos, Switzerland. 

The Mongolian leader plans to hold meetings with heads of foreign delegations participating in the Davos Forum.  

During the five-day meeting, over 2,500 participants from 96 countries will gather in Davos. They include political leaders, business people and university and think-tank staff. 

The 2009 annual forum will be targeted to combine efforts of world political and business leaders for understanding the global financial crisis and overcoming its consequences. 
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