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Uncommon Ground – Davos discussions

Ecosystem Building | Jan 29, 2009

Looking back at my notes on earlier WEFs, I have to say there has always been healthy debate in the corners about structural fault lines in globalized capitalism.
On my way up from Zurich to Davos to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF), I marvelled again at how clear the road remains in spite of unusual amounts of snow piled up on rooftops and mountain slopes. I also wondered whether the going would be quite as smooth inside, at the 200-odd sessions scheduled across many hotels dotting this picturesque little town of Davos.

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