CNBC recaps what the world's political and leaders discussed when they convened at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week.
73棋牌A day ahead of the project to plant, restore, or conserve 1 trillion trees, President Trump formally backed the initiative, despite his longstanding skepticism of climate change.
73棋牌Mnuchin says 30-year economic forecasts of environmental impacts are not possible.
An intensifying climate crisis is top of the agenda at WEF, which takes place in the Swiss Alpine town of Davos.
73棋牌SAP was the subject of criticism over a decision to end support for software running on third-party databases like Oracle.
73棋牌A decision by the Hong Kong government to scrap major Lunar New Year celebrations due to the coronavirus outbreak is intended to ensure citizens are prepared for the "crisis to come," said MTR CEO Jacob Kam.
A digital yuan could allow some countries to avoid U.S. sanctions and increase the Chinese government's influence, experts told CNBC at Davos.
73棋牌Iran has to change its behavior before Saudi Arabia would be willing to sit down and have a dialogue with them, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told CNBC.
"I am one of the few leaders that has an excellent relationship" with Trump, Ghani said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The U.S. chose the wrong decade to start a trade conflict with China, a Hong Kong property developer said at an informal event at the World Economic Forum Thursday.
73棋牌"An overheated economy can't be kept boiling for too long," Soros warned from Davos, Switzerland.
73棋牌Coronavirus is bringing ghosts from the past to Hong Kong, but its chief executive, Carrie Lam, has said the city is ready to deal with the virus.
Guaido's arrival in Davos comes exactly one year after the opposition leader declared himself to be Venezuela's rightful interim president.
Liberal billionaire George Soros slammed Trump and China on Thursday at his annual dinner on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum.
"She has been the spokesperson that we have needed," Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC.
President Donald Trump has said that dealing with the EU has been tougher than conversations with China.
Aneel Bhusri, billionaire CEO of Workday, says two powerful tech trends will be key to careers. AI can predict the best jobs for us, and blockchain will help in the hiring process.
There are more than 100 recognized currencies in the world at present.
"Nobody's against trees," he said. "The tree is also a bipartisan issue."
Some companies "would rather be regulated as a foreign island than be part of the United States proper," Alex Karp told CNBC in an interview from Davos.