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What does IGWEL stand for?

IGWEL stands for Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders (World Economic Forum)


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The statement was made by the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, where he participated in the Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders Laying the Foundations for Europe's Renaissance during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
The statement was made by the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, where he participated in the Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders Laying the Foundations for Europe's Renaissance during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
The Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders is a private lunch during which Yumkella, together with other select heads of international and regional organizations, Heads of State and Government and key ministers and a few specially invited chief executives and academics, will attempt to define and prioritize the ways to steer a global transformation towards resilient dynamism.
The Ukrainian President participated in the Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders Laying the Foundations for Europe's Renaissance during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting (January 22-26, 2013).
The Ukrainian President participated in the Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders Laying the Foundations for Europe's Renaissance during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting (January 22-26, 2013).
At an Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders -- "Solving the 600 Million Jobs Challenge" -- the topic of the 10-year challenge to find jobs for an additional 600 million people, with the global unemployed total standing at 200 million and 40 million people due to enter the labor force every year, was discussed.
Leung will attend a plenary session at the WEF and an Informal Gathering of World Economic Leaders which brings together the finance, foreign, trade and development ministers and the central bank governors of the G-20 countries.