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Davos Forum to Focus on Geopolitical Crises, Climate Change, Trade

Davos Forum to Focus on Geopolitical Crises, Climate Change, Trade

GENEVA - Nearly 3,000 participants from 117 countries, 53 heads of state and government, and close to 1,700 business leaders will gather at next week’s annual World Economic Forum in the plush Swiss Alpine resort of Davos. Geopolitical crises, climate change and the U.S.-China trade disputes are expected to top the forum’s large and challenging agenda.

The World Economic Forum is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year at a time of great uncertainty. The Forum’s founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab, warns the world is in a state of emergency and the window to act is quickly closing.

“We do not want to face continued political and economic disintegration. We do not want to reach the tipping point of irreversibility on climate change.  And we do not want that the next generation to inherit a world, which becomes ever more hostile and ever less habitable. Just think of the wildfires in Australia,” he said.” 

Aliqismet BADALOV,
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15 2020 15:12 -

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