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1University and Research Leadership ForumAn Initiative of the Global Federation of Competitiveness CouncilsGoalsIdentify global trends, emerging issues and new models in higher education and research, through a lens of global competitiveness and economic transformation.Systematize and disseminate information on game-changing initiatives in the education and research space around the globe.Catalyze new connections among entrepreneurial, high-performing education and research organizations.Provi
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Inclusiveness, Innovation, Sustainability and Resiliency in the City LandscapeBased upon the GFCC Foundational Global Competitiveness PrinciplesReleased at the 2016 Global Innovation Summit at Imperial College LondonThe Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils (GFCC) is a network of leaders from competitiveness organizations around the world. The GFCC believes that acting globally is now a prerequisite to economic competitiveness nationally.
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1Innovation Learning LabsAn Initiative of the Global Federation of Competitiveness CouncilsGoalsPromote innovation as a key driver of competitiveness.Foster cross-border collaboration and learning in order to develop effective policy, regulatory and business solutions.Catalyze new global business and technology projects to spur economic development.Develop a global community of innovation leaders.Identify, systematize and disseminate new policies, solutions and models to promote innovation.
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1Global Competitiveness AcademyAn Initiative of the Global Federation of Competitiveness CouncilsGoalsIdentify and empower an emerging class of global policy and business leaders.Develop a global community of competitiveness change makers.Catalyze the exchange of best practices in competitiveness strategies.
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www.cni.org.brBrazil has a steel producer complex consisting of 29 plants. The installed capacity is double of the domestic consumption. Therefore, there is clear focus onexports. Domestic production fluctuates according to the global economic momentum, and for 6 years it is ranging between 33 and 36 million tons per year.However, exports have been growing, reaching the 6th position in the world.The two industry sectors that absorb most of the production are Civil Construction and Automobile. Th
Metals, non-metallic minerals and products industry study
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National Confederation of Industry - CNI - Brazil
Brazilian Ntl Confederation of Industry National Confederation of Industry - CNI - Brazil