The containment efforts and shutting down of large sectors of the economy have triggered an unavoidable global economic downturn. Experts are warning of a global recession that will be deeply felt, particularly by middle income countries. In Jordan, the considerable disruption to most industries presents major financial implications and challenges. The severe structural shock on the demand and supply sides of the economy is impacting supply chains, the structure of production, as well as the allocation of capital and labor.
To gain insight on what the economic landscape will look like as we emerge from the recent lockdown, and the planning required in managing such extraordinary economic scenarios, Columbia Global Centers | Amman invites you to a webinar with prominent business leaders who will offer their perspectives on the most likely pathways toward a national economic recovery, as well as the potential risks that must be averted by policy-makers during this period.
The webinar will include a Q&A session.
Michael Nazzal, Hotel and Tourism Investor Ghassan E. Nuqul, Chairman, Fine Hygienic Holding Mazen Darwazah, Executive Vice Chairman and President of MENA, Hikma Pharmaceuticals Samer Al-Tawil, Former Minister of National Economy
Tamara Abdel-Jaber, Founder and CEO of Palma Consulting and Partner at Amam Ventures Kamel Almani, Managing Director of WashyWash Shahla Matar, Managing Partner, Tanasuk Technologies
Moderated byMuhannad Shehadeh, Chairman of the Board, Government Investment Company, and Former Minister of State for Investment Affairs
Introduction by Safwan Masri, Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development, Columbia University