The new institution and its projects for 2014 are presented to more than 200 representatives from Spain, France, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Tunisia and Belgium this afternoon at CaixaForum Barcelona.
Four plenary sessions address social protection, the importance of social dialogue during transitions, the need for labor market reforms and the fight against corruption and the promotion of transparency.
This conference addresses the challenges and opportunities facing Arab countries to develop and implement knowledge-based and innovative strategies to drive growth and employment.
The study analyzes the main actors and funds of Arab capital, as well as their investment strategies, with cases of Spanish companies carrying out projects in Arab countries.
The third edition of this initiative is aimed at Chinese companies wishing to invest in Europe and presents Barcelona as a hub for Chinese companies with interests in North Africa and the Mediterranean region.