Politicians and business people like Davos because they can hold a months’ worth of meetings in just a few days without having to travel around the
Adapt and protest. That is one of the messages emerging from Davos. The snow is not enough to deter the demonstrators who have built, ‘Camp Igloo’
Some blame part of the Eurozone’s woes on globalization – the interconnectedness of world economies held responsible for the downturn that’s hit so
The shrieks and cries, the swish and swirl of winter sports are the normal sounds which echo across the mountains which surround Davos. Now it is the
If you are a skier this is the weekend to hit the slopes in Davos. Not only has it not stopped snowing in the last few days – the pistes are
The World Economic Summit has opened in Davos to a background of economic and geopolitical changes.
They include a deepening debt crisis which is
Omnipresent in the background of the World Economic Forum in Davos is the sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone. The great challenge is to find the
As part of euronews’ comprehensive coverage of the World Economic Forum, our reporter in Davos, Isabelle Kumar, spoke to the event’s organiser to get
The World Economic Forum is convening after one of the most momentous years in recent history.
Some 2,600 Davos delegates are meeting under the
The chosen few get badges for Davos. Security ensures this is one party that is difficult to gatecrash; getting a ticket is not easy and it is very