, Volume 67, Number 5

Lord Mark Malloch-Brown
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Lord Mark Malloch-Brown is Chairman of the Europe, Middle East, Africa Region, FTI Consulting. Previously he was a minister in Gordon Brown’s Cabinet, and his envoy for preparation of the London G-20 Summit. Lord Malloch-Brown served as Vice Chairman of the World Economic Forum and as Vice President at the World Bank. In addition, he has served as Deputy Secretary General and Chief of Staff of the United Nations (UN) under Kofi Annan.

Arab economies are as varied as the region’s politics – from poor Yemen, to much richer Libya, to the very wealthy gulf states, with countries such as Egypt, Tunisia, Syria and others being something of a median. Yet the performances of these economies are as critical to the long term success of the Arab Spring as the region’s laws.


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