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Governments are being urged to tap into the potential of their Development Financial institutions (DFIs) to accelerate post-pandemic recovery. DFIs are well positioned to deliver the liquidity-injection programs needed to boost flagging industries, invest in vital infrastructure, and lead countries out of current economic downturn. This is according to a report published by the World Government Summit Organization in collaboration with Kearney’s National Transformations Institute entitled "Rebuilding the Economy ... The Future of Trade and Economy: Operations in the Light of the New Reality."  

Delivering emergency care is an integral part of the health sector and related systems are using technology to increase efficiency and provide faster access to treatment. With quality of emergency care being vital for driving positive patient outcomes and fast emerging capabilities in care orchestration, a more integrated system is critical to serve future needs in an evolving healthcare ecosystem. Arthur D. Little (ADL), the leading management consultancy firm with the longest-standing presence in the Middle East region, highlights this view in their latest report entitled Building the next generation of emergency care systems: Ensuring health systems have the right building blocks to develop effective emergency care systems for the future. The report sheds light on notable emergency care use cases and best practices, providing industry players with recommendations for building such a system while highlighting key enablers.

Yas Island, one of the world’s leading leisure and entertainment hubs, recently conducted a survey to discover what GCC residents really want when planning a vacation. The research, which surveyed almost 900 participants across the region – including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman and Qatar as well as Kuwait - comes as regional border restrictions ease.

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