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Davos 2024: How will the global economy pick up this year?

By France24
20 January 2024   |   12:09 pm
The world is finding an uneasy equilibrium with a more benign economic backdrop overshadowed by a panoply of geopolitical risks, according to the final Davos panel of 2024.

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