Thousands of eminent guests, including presidents, heads of governments and CEOs have gathered in Switzerland.
The founder of the World Economic Forum in Davos called on the participants to be more dynamic, more optimistic and more resilient. Does it mean being more efficient too?
European finance ministers have given the green light to raising money through a levy on financial transactions, though some countries abstained from the so-called Tobin tax. Portugal is one of those that will participate. The country is trying to regain access to long-term debt markets and its first step along that road seemed to be successful.
We’ll discuss all that with Jonathan Ferro from Bloomberg.
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