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the World Economic Forumnoun

uk   us   ( abbreviation WEF)
ECONOMICS, POLITICS an ​internationalorganization with the ​purpose of ​improving the ​worldeconomy with ​meetings between ​political and ​businessleaders, or one of its ​meetings: According to the World Economic Forum ​opportunities for women in South America still ​lagged behind those of women in many other ​parts of the ​world. The World Economic Forum begins in Davos on Thursday.
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