World leaders wrap up Davos discussions on global issues

Davos 2010 ends discussions on global issues

World leaders on Sunday concluded their five-day discussions on post-crisis economic recovery, the improvement of financial regulation and climate change.

About the meeting

The 40th anniversary of the Annual Meeting is a defining moment for world leaders as they meet under the theme "Improve the State of the World: Rethink, Redesign, Rebuild",held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 27-31 January. Over 2,500 leaders from over 90 countries representing business, government and civil society will work together on pressing challenges. (full story)
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