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There was not really anything essentially new in US President Donald Trump's speech in Davos. But his appearance there highlighted the well-known restrictions of the World Economic Forum, DW's Andreas Becker writes.
The US president will on Friday address the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, where he's rubbing shoulders with the globalists his 'America First' rhetoric has long since railed against.
Day 2 of the annual gathering of the global elite on the peaks of Davos will feature speeches from Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron, who are likely to take a starkly different line to Donald Trump, who speaks on Friday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has hailed the benefits of globalization, stressing that free trade is a "precondition of fair trade." Li also said China can control growing financial risks and hit this year's growth targets.
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