What to watch for at this year’s World Economic Forum

World leaders converge to discuss climate change, co-operation and globalisation

Global leaders, corporate titans, academics and thinkers are gathering in the Swiss ski resort of Davos for the annual World Economic Forum, which begins on Tuesday morning. Some 3,000 participants have converged on the Alpine town for the meeting of the global elite that this year features some 350 sessions, centred around issues such as improving global co-operation, embracing the digital revolution and tackling climate change. Here’s what delegates are likely to be talking about at Davos 2019:

1. Dropouts: Who’s not going reflects global turmoil

2. Brazil’s Bolsonaro make his world debut

3. Tackling climate change will be centre stage

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