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Africa now the world’s second fastest economy

43rd World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Africa now the world’s second fastest economy

DAVOS-KLOSTERS, Switzerland – Africa is already the world’s second fastest growing economy after expanding 5% a year in the past two years, well above the global average, and Africa’s GDP is ...

Merkel in Davos: Dare to have more Europe

World Economic Forum’s 42nd Annual Meeting Merkel in Davos: Dare to have more Europe

Davos-Klosters, Switzerland – Europe needs to move forward with structural political reforms if it is to resolve its sovereign debt crisis and put to rest doubts about its unity and viability, ...

41st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closes on optimistic note

Global economy will continue to grow 41st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closes on optimistic note

Davos-Klosters, Switzerland – The 41st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closed today on a note of hope, progress and optimism.

Advancing the response of tourism to climate change

From Davos To Copenhagen And Beyond Advancing the response of tourism to climate change

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UNWTO has been working to raise awareness on climate change issues in the tourism sector for many years, and much has been achieved. The time is right for all those involved to forge ahead.

AIM, together with IH&RA, Manpower, Oxford Analytica &WISeKey will launch Labor Mobility Index at World Economic Forum in Davos

Labor Mobility Policy And Practice AIM, together with IH&RA, Manpower, Oxford Analytica &WISeKey will launch Labor Mobility Index at World Economic Forum in Davos

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GENEVA, Switzerland - Based in Geneva, the Association for International Mobility (AIM) was established in cooperation with corporate and civil society partners to enable the private sector to act ...

Rice defends US ideals at Davos conference

USA Rice defends US ideals at Davos conference

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(eTN) - US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting that American foreign policy must be driven by a combination of ideals and optimism because ...

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