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What does WIF stand for?

WIF stands for World Investment Forum (UN Conference on Trade and Development)

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TUNIS (TAP)- The organisation of the World Investment Forum (WIF) 2014 in Tunisia and preparations for this important event were the focus of the talk held, Wednesday in Tunis, between Investment and International Co-operation Minister Riadh Bettaieb and Mr.
These include the Civil Society Forum (17 to 25 April) that gathered some 400 representatives of non-governmental organizations from around the world; the first Global Services Forum uniteing actors from the economic sector as well as government officials; and the third World Investment Forum, attended by political decision makers and high-level officials of global corporations, including Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman of the Board of Nestle.
The revised guidelines -- addressed to members of the global business community, government officials and stakeholders -- were launched at the World Investment Forum, organised by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Doha today.
For Total, conventional and renewable energy exist in complete harmony," De Margerie said in a session at the Unctad XIII, World Investment Forum in Doha yesterday.
It will be preceded by a series of events, among which are the third World Investment Forum, Civil Society Forum and Global Services Forum to be attended by global corporations, non-governmental organisations and government officials.
Thus the World Investment Forum (WIF) 2012 comes at a time when the future of international investment is not clear: will it continue its recovery, heading towards previous record levels, or will it stall just when it is most needed for job creation, poverty reduction and development?