Young delegates shaping their economies

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos is renowned for world leaders and chief executives of top international companies networking to solve the world's problems.

But they are also joined by young and talented young people from around the world, invited by the WEF and called 'Global Shapers'.

Mohamed El Dahshan is leading a project by Harvard University to eliminate one of the biggest problems in the Middle East - a lack of finance to get small businesses off the ground.

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