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Malaria champions unnerved by Trump uncertainty at crucial time

Worries that the presidency of the United States is now passing to a man whose commitment to global health projects is uncertain.
UK's Johnson says Gambia to rejoin Commonwealth

Trade: Best tool to fight poverty and promote growth

The reality is that nationalism and protectionism are on the rise globally and the case for globalization needs to be made.
DRC must investigate credible reports of atrocities - UN

UN to focus more on conflict and crisis prevention

The Secretary-General pointed out that multilateral governance is as important in a multipolar world as in the unipolar system.
Nigeria's economy contracted by 1.5 pct in 2016

Nigeria ratifies the Trade Facilitation Agreement

The 107th World Trade Organisation (WTO) member to do so.
Power Africa partner Gigawatt Global advances 1

Power Africa partner Gigawatt Global advances 1,000 MW Program

This will be the largest private international investment in the power sector in Burundi in nearly 30 years.
Decline in living standards in advanced countries highlights need for new model

Globalisation has left people behind – this is what we should...

It’s recently become fashionable to worry that the fabric of democracy is being undermined as people feel left behind by globalization.
Ministers call on G20 to aim for inclusive growth from WEF

Ministers call on G20 to aim for inclusive growth from WEF

Schäuble added that the G20 should be redoubling efforts to promote inclusive growth as part of free trade.
Google & Gavi partner to scale up innovations for vaccine delivery

Google & Gavi partner to scale up innovations for vaccine delivery

Over the next years the volume of vaccines in Gavi-supported countries is expected to rise significantly.
May: Brexit means a global Britain that makes globalization work for all

May: Brexit means a global Britain that makes globalization work for...

“The sense among the public is that mainstream political leaders have failed to hear their concerns for too long.” - Theresa May

WEF Debate: Developing a vibrant carbon market

Seven of the world's ten largest economies have put a price on carbon. How can business and regulators work together to foster vibrant carbon markets? Joining CNBC Africa for a discussion on this are panellist, Jose Manuel Entrecanales Domecq, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Acciona, Spain; Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change of Canada; Douglas L. Peterson, President and Chief Executive Officer, S&P Global, USA; Lord Stern, President, British Academy, United Kingdom and Eric Olsen, Chief Executive Officer, LafargeHolcim, Switzerland.
Biden issues call for Europe and the US to defend the Liberal International Order

Biden issues call for Europe and the US to defend the...

In his last official speech as US Vice-President, Biden said that he had come to Davos to issue a valedictory call for Europe and the US.
Women’s safety a top reason for migration among the wealthy

Closing the gender gap through quotas and technology

The slowdown is partly due to chronic imbalances in salaries and labour force participation.
Global Growth to Rise as Political Earthquakes Ironically Unearth Brighter Outlook

Global Growth to Rise as Political Earthquakes Ironically Unearth Brighter Outlook

Mood at World Economic Forum 2017 to be mixture of anticipation and anxiety
It's never more possible & less expensive to have a solar-powered Africa

Don’t leave 30% of the world behind

Developing regions without access to reliable energy, banking and the Internet at risk of being left behind in Fourth Industrial Revolution.
African leaders debate how to fix Africa’s infrastructure gap

African leaders debate how to fix Africa’s infrastructure gap

African politicians and business leaders want to see a stronger relationship between the public and private sector.
Kerry calls on Europe to believe in itself

Kerry calls on Europe to believe in itself

“The US has been more engaged in more issues and more crises simultaneously … than at any time in American history,” Kerry said.
World Economic Forum signs strategic collaboration agreement with China

World Economic Forum signs strategic collaboration agreement with China

An MOU commits both China and World Economic Forum to developing deeper collaboration over a period of 10 years
Did data must fall lobby misrepresent the facts?

Artificial Intelligence to augment human ability

Artificial intelligence must be guided by one overarching principle: Technology must augment, not replace, human capability and opportunity.

WEF Building Africa: Industrialisation key to Africa’s economic transformation

Industrialisation is key to making Africa a force to be reckoned with, but without power and infrastructure this will remain a mere dream. On this Building Africa debate CNBC Africa is joined by panellists consisting of Phuthuma Nhleko, Executive Chairman, MTN; Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda; Oluyemi Oluleke Osinbajo, Vice President of Nigeria and Siyabonga Gama, CEO , Transnet to discuss what is needed from power to hospitals to roads and technology.
Decline in living standards in advanced countries highlights need for new model

Decline in living standards in advanced countries highlights need for new...

The Inclusive Growth and Development Report 2017 concludes that most countries are missing important opportunities to raise economic growth
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