World Economic Forum 2009

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South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu
The World Economic Forum of business and political leaders ends with a call to rebuild the global economic system, but no answers to the crisis.

Europe faces a risk of more social unrest unless measures are taken to tackle the economic crisis, France's finance minister says.

The threat of cybercrime is rising rapidly and attacks can threaten whole economies, warn experts at the World Economic Forum.



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Participants: More than 2,000 top business leaders and politicians
Theme: Shaping the Post-Crisis World
Venue: Davos, Switzerland
Time: 28 January - 1 February
Official website: World Economic Forum
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