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Davos 2024: France’s Macron heads to WEF to woo business leaders

By France24
17 January 2024   |   12:41 pm
A day after hosting a rare prime-time press conference, France's President Emmanuel Macron heads to Davos this Wednesday, accompanied by some 20 business leaders. It's the second time he will attend the World Economic Forum in person since becoming president. A meeting with around 60 bosses of global firms is also on the agenda. Meanwhile, sluggish global growth continues to be at the top of attendees' minds.

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