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US president blames ‘Democrats intransigence’ over border wall demand
Russia had threatened to boycott World Economic Forum over action against oligarchs
Davos organisers change tack on high-profile businessmen who are subject to US sanctions
Oleg Deripaska among those in effect barred from elite gathering under US pressure
The World Bank wants to galvanise countries to act by comparing how much they invest in their people
A new study by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation sheds light on the UK's transport inequality.
The sets of risks involved are more similar than one might imagine, argue Paolo Ciocca and Claudia Biancotti
Endemic violence and corruption are driving a desire for change in Sunday’s election
New Economy Forum focuses on emerging world order in challenge to WEF
It might want to be a techno-church, but that doesn't mean it should be taxed like one!
President facing opposition in many US farm states to his trade policy
The Chinese model of a market economy is just different from traditional western ones
The anti-corruption clampdown has made foreign investors nervous
Personalising products and services using data streams challenges liberal democracy
US president says American growth spurs world growth.
Special relationship rekindled in Davos
Governor Mark Carney says the negotiations will influence monetary policy
Davos produced few ideas on compensating for US destructiveness
President makes blunt appeal at Davos to business to invest in US
Ability of UK economy to grow, exchange rates and trade costs determined by negotiations with the bloc.
Why do companies waste shareholders’ money on an expensive talking shop?
US president builds bridges with the international community in keynote speech
President looks to push back against criticism over protectionism