Far right Brazilian strongman Jair Bolsonaro told the World Economic Forum he was opening up Brazil for business. He promised to fight corruption, invest in security and cut taxes to boost production and generate employment.
The far-right Brazilian president has continued to militarize his government, recruiting a ninth military man to his Cabinet. Bolsonaro has largely relied on the military to marshal his agenda in Brazil.
Davos is a picturesque holiday resort in Switzerland. And, once every year, it hosts the World Economic Forum. The summit is no longer the elitist gathering it once was, writes Manuela Kasper-Claridge.
No, this year's gathering of the World Economic Forum in Davos was not like any other, says DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge. She's seen business leaders heeding the call for a radical shift toward sustainability.
On the 70th anniversary of India's constitution taking effect, the far-right Brazilian president was given an honorary title in New Delhi. Protests against a new citizenship law continued amid Republic Day celebrations.
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