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World Economic Forum meet starts January 21; Zee Business to bring it all to you LIVE from Davos!

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MUMBAI: The World Economic Forum will be hosting its 50th meet at Davos, where over 3000 delegates from all across the world will be participating. WEF will be held between 21-24 January. Considering the importance of the event, Zee Business will give you LIVE updates from Davos. Zee Business has partnered with luxury car-maker Mercedes Benz to bring you updates from the event as and when they happen. Stay tuned to Zee Business channel or follow us on #ZeeBusinessatDavos.

Switzerland's Davos is home to the world's biggest economic summit, the World Economic Forum, which sees a congregation of who's who in governments, corporate world and civil society to brainstorm on world affairs. They assemble to find viable solutions to problems and highlight potential ones that can have a wide impact. This edition of the Davos meeting will see the participation of over 3000 delegates. But first, know about the agenda for this year's meet.

Davos is the annual meet of the World Economic Forum. Many parts of the world are experiencing winters, as is Davos, but the global dignitaries assembling for the WEF will be sharing a warm space together where they can share their ideas - they will be deliberating on making the world a better place to live in. This WEF meet is special also because this is the 50th annual meet. Some of the top leaders to be present during the meet will be US President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani, Finland's Prime Minister Sana Marin and Iraq's President Burham Saleh along with the state heads of Ireland, Brazil and Singapore. Apart from this, other leaders across the world would also participate in the event.

India is planning a big show of strength in the upcoming World Economic Forum (WEF) annual summit to be held in Davos. The world's biggest economic summit will be held between 21-24 January. This will be the 50th summit of the WEF. The sixth-largest economy,

India is also the fastest growing economy among large economies. Despite the global slowdown the world is looking at India with a lot of expectations.

To bring you each and every major point raised at the meet LIVE will be Zee Business direct from Davos! Zee Business has partnered with luxury car-maker Mercedes Benz to bring you live updates from the event. The 4-day event is happening between 21 January and 24 January. Stay tuned on #ZeeBusinessatDavos for tracking all details.

The theme for this year's meet is 'Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World' where the discussion on the global economy will take place. The global leadership will also deliberate on how to make the world a better and liveable place. There will be six different topics - economy, technology, society, geopolitics, and industry - where almost 650 speakers will put their thoughts before the delegates and the wider world. According to the World Economic Forum, a 'Davos Manifesto' could be made this year to redraw the economic goals of companies and governments.

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