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The latest news and reports from the World Economic Forum in Davos, a pivotal annual event that gathers global leaders from a range of sectors, including business, politics and academia.
Youth was represented in Davos 2019. A delegation from Millenials co-chaired the summit, including Noura Berrouba, Member of the European Youth Parliament.
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With new technologies such as autonomous vehicles promising to revolutionise transportation, consumer acceptance will pose a big challenge -- especially by those who drive for a living
Euronews speaks to Armenia's prime minister at the WEF in Davos.
"When the United States grows, so does the world”
'Brexit will not derail European growth' - Euronews spoke to European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, Pierre Moscovici
The EU's Economic and and Financial Affairs Commissioner talks to euronews' Sasha Vakulina.
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar asks Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa about his vision for the future of the Eurozone and Europe's economic expansion.
The sixth largest European Union member state has developed a new vision for economic growth.
The president declared the US as 'open for business' and pledged a clampdown on unfair trade in a speech to the global elite in the Swiss ski resort.
Chief executives are more optimistic about the economic outlook than they've been for years
Trump puts America First in Davos: in an interview with CNBC, the American President talks trade deals, the global elite, and a possible second term.
The value of Bitcoin soared by 1,700 per cent at the end of last year. But are global, cryptocurrencies regulatable, and do they help criminals transact their business? Davos tackles this difficult subject.
The US president says he knew ‘nothing’ about Britain First and did not mean to endorse ‘horrible, racist people’.
Who said the British-American relationship was frosty? "We like each other a lot," said President Trump as he met with Prime Minister Theresa May, adding their two countries would be seeing a "tremendous" boost in bilateral trade.
For the first time in the 48-year history of the World Economic Forum, the 2018 summit in Davos, Switzerland will be chaired entirely by women
UK Prime Minister Theresa May made the demand during a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
US leader will give speech on Friday, but delegates fear nationalistic tone at global summit.