Each year, world leaders from industry and government meet in Davos, Switzerland for the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum to help shape global initiatives that influence the state of the world economy. This year’s central theme was “Shaping the Post Crisis World,” the objective of which was to ensure that we look at the world in a holistic, systemic way going forward. Read this first-hand account from Dr. Gene Huang, Chief Economist at FedEx Corporation, on the discussions and findings including ten key takeaways laced with an overarching theme of hope for the new economic era.
From Dr. Huang’s posting - “I came here with a hope that after a year and half of financial crisis, leaders may have gained a better understanding of the problems we are facing and the measures required to solve them. My hope was realized.”
You can read more about Dr. Huang’s experience and find more of his posts related to the state of our economy here.
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