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Davos 2011

In the spirit of tradition this year too euinside will follow the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss resort Davos. As in 2010, this year too we will benefit from the new technologies in order to follow the debates remotely (on-line), and not on the spot. Although this year the question "What is the purpose of Davos"? will be as valid as last year, it is a fact that the World Economic Forum gathers together the economic and political elite which, especially against the backdrop of the global challenges, is interesting by itself.

The crisis in the euro area, the threat of currency wars, the impressive economic development in south-east Asia, the problems in the US, the emerging markets, food prices volatility, the prices of main raw materials, the fast growing population of the planet. All these are challenges which all of us will face - politicians, economists, business, citizens. This is why the opinion of the influential people is always of significance. So, follow euinside so that you could get the main news, analyses and positions in depth in the next 5 days.

31 January 2011 18:07 Three stories about Europe from Davos

What Europe should do with itself and with the world around it? European leaders are facing a severe battle with debts and deficits, while the EU is losing its competitiveness and its influence abroad. Its economic growth is slower than expected - for 2011 growth in the euro area is projected to ...

28 January 2011 17:12 The present is less and less helping progress

In spite that a lot of leading international media criticise the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos (Switzerland) for its uselessness, for its hypocrisy and the expensiveness, where else if not at such a forum could be heard indicative messages of leading political figures ...

28 January 2011 19:13 Sarkozy: Reasonable regulation and adaption of the world order

On the second day of the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France, had a special address. He is this year presiding two important organisations - the G8 and the G20. What was impressive in his statement was that he spoke without reading from notes, ...

26 January 2011 17:38 For the East the glass is half full, for the West - it is half empty

What is the New Economic Reality - under this broad motto one of the first panels in the framework of the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos was held. Even the professor in economy Nouriel Roubini, who proved to be very precise in his forecasts so far, did not manage to make a c ...

 
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