(MENAFN- Saudi Press Agency) New York, September 22, 2022, SPA -- The“PRIORITY” summit was launched today in New York city, USA on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, which includes upcoming international developments and events, and a global survey aimed at determining the most important priority for each individual.
Organized by the Future Investment Initiative (FII) Institute, the summit will bring together leaders, policymakers, CEOs, Nobel laureates, students, volunteers, academics, athletes, investors, and more – to discuss the highest priority for each segment of society as the world goes through extraordinary social, economic, and geopolitical changes.
At the outset of the summit, Richard Attias, FII CEO gave a visual presentation in which he addressed the highest priorities of humanity and the results of the global survey conducted by the FII Institute, which reveals the first priority in terms of population and continental composition, in order to build an innovative roadmap to help humanity transition to assistance humanity to survive and thrive in a new complex world.
He explained that the reports on priorities have changed from yesterday, indicating that the world is witnessing a different experience from the past, stressing that the Institute carried out this report in 13 countries to understand the recent trends, which can monitor the emerging economies of the countries that represent approximately 50.3% of the population and you see them on the map shown for the countries.
Attias also said, 'In the ten main findings of the report, we noticed that people are very positive about themselves, as 77% of normal people in countries were going in the right direction,' pointing out that another analysis was done that shows the relationship between optimism and GDP that can achieve gradual improvement in the citizen's outlook by paying attention to his priorities.
He reported that 53% in high-income countries enjoy a nutritionally better life.
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