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Lessons from Davos 2016

By: Stephen Carroll Follow | Markus KARLSSON Follow | Agnès LE COSSEC | Farah BOUCHERAK

The World Economic Forum opened this year with warnings of a lacklustre global economic picture. The focus was on China and fears that slowing growth there will drag down the rest of the world. But are those fears exaggerated?

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Also in this programme, we take a look at the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which was the main theme of the forum this year. Are robots going to take over our jobs?

Plus, the French government went on a charm offensive in Davos. But are big businesses buying its message of economic reform?

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