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World Economic Boo

We've shuffled the blogs around a little, but you can still find Simon Zadek's lucidly vivid account of the World Economic Forum in his blog: openDavos

You can also read Simon's response to Anthony's question below if you click on "comments" at the bottom of the post. He slams the brakes on too much Davos enthusiasm. It's not that they don't "care", he says, it's just that they're not going to do anything about it (yet).

February 10, 2005 in World Economic Forum | Permalink

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