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Bringing you the best of the 2022 World Economic Forum

Charting a new course towards economic recovery and hope requires us to work together and build on today for a prosperous tomorrow. This year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting takes place against a back drop of the most consequential geopolitical and geo-economic moments of the past three decades. With the world dealing with a post-COVID reality and the global fall out following the Russia and Ukraine conflict, international collaboration is more vital than ever.

To keep you up to date, we’re sending financial journalist, Bruce Whitfield, to Davos to cover this year’s conference. As 2,000 of the worlds foremost experts and leaders meeting in person to chart a course forward, tune into The Money Show for all of the latest insights and info from the WEF.

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