Sheikh Al-Nahyan, Dhabian Holdings PLC, The World Trade Centers Association and The World Trade Centers Management Company Launch $3.2 billion 'The Triangle of Peace' - a Global Economic Development & Stimulus Program

    ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, Oct. 20 /CNW/ -

    -   The Initiative Has Been Shared With World Leaders and is Designed to
        Highlight the Importance of Developing Local, Sustainable Eco-
        Community Systems and to Promote New Socio-Economic Programs to Build
        and Rejuvenate Cities Around the World

    -   A New Millennium, the Birth of Global Philanthropical Capitalism

    His Royal Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Dhabian Holdings
PLC and The World Trade Centers Association and the World Trade Centers
Management Company have announced today a joint US$3.2 billion initial capital
proposal that has been sent to world leaders and will be known as 'The
Triangle of Peace', which is described as 'a global peace initiative'.
    The initiative will involve more than one million corporations. These are
global members of the World Trade Centers Association, in nearly one hundred
countries and will ultimately be the 'largest privately planned sustainable
social economic stimulus and development program' capitalizing the current
global situation and outlining a framework, which will help provide long-term,
social and ecological balance.
    'The Triangle of Peace' Program is a blueprint for the development of
sustainable communities, through construction, cultural interaction, sound
financial planning, improving trade relationships and generating local and
global interaction to promote a better global community.
    "In light of the events surrounding the current global economic crisis
that is affecting every citizen of the world it is clear that we need unified
leadership and solidarity in order to bring lasting global solutions to
communities," says His Royal Highness.
    "'The Triangle of Peace Initiatives' are essentially three programs for
building new and restoring and rejuvenating existing cities, which offer a
'higher quality of life, and social and economic benefits with a unified
vision of 'Peace and Stability Through Trade'," explains Guy Tozzoli,
President of World Trade Centers Association.
    Through 'The Triangle of Peace's' mission, 'a global bridge for trade', a
new and unique industrial and infrastructural platform will be built through
sound governance and administrative programs which will be implemented
throughout underdeveloped and developed areas. This program will create social
inclusion for all communities.
    On September 23rd of this year 'The Triangle of Peace Initiative' was
officially announced in New York, and enrolled in the United Nations Global
Partnerships Program - and within the UN Global Compact. The initiative is
affiliated with the UN -Executive Director United Nations Office for
Partnerships, Amir Dossal and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
    "On November 9th, the 'Triangle of Peace Initiative' will be launched -
in the United Arab Emirates. The morning of November 10th marks 'the era of a
new beginning and hopefully betterment for humanity' - hence begins the
planning and construction of World Trade Cities; first in Abu Dhabi then
around the globe," adds His Royal Highness.
    "Honorable and concerned business leaders from more than one hundred
countries, have chosen to show their commitment; by being present in the
United Arab Emirates, on November 9th, for this historical partnership," says
    'The Triangle of Peace' welcomes the entire global community to share in
the fundamental endeavor, in building a more secure and harmonious planet -
one where future economic crisis may be limited through shared resources and
increased connectivity creating 'Peace and Stability Through Trade',"
concludes HE Khalfan Al Mazrouie, CEO Dhabian Holdings PLC.

    One Global Community -- One Global Responsibility

For further information:

For further information: Samantha Bartel, Buchanan Middle East, M
+971-50-656-8851, E-Mail:; Mary Khamasmieh,
Buchanan Middle East, M: +971-50-2731-753, E-Mail:

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