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Davos Annual Meeting 2005-Closing Plenary: What We Should Do year's Annual Meeting emphasized 12 Tough Issues: China, Climate Change, Equitable Globalization, Europe, Global Economy, Global Governance, Islam, Middle East, Poverty, US Leadership, Weapons of Mass Destruction and World Trade. This session will focus on the best initiatives proposed to tackle the top six issues prioritized in the opening plenary. 1) Which issues not identified in the Opening Plenary should have priority for the global agenda?2) Of the proposed initiatives, which would the panel support?3) On which issues does the international community have the greatest opportunity to progress?4) Business plays a valuable role in tackling the world's problems. On which initiatives should business focus attention in 2005?withGed Davis, Managing Director, Centre for Strategic Insight, World Economic ForumAl Gore, Chairman, Generation Investment Management, USAKumi Naidoo, Secretary-General and Chief Executive Officer, Civicus-World Alliance for Citizen Participation, South Africa; Young Global LeaderN. R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman of the Board and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies, IndiaLubna S. Olayan, Chief Executive Officer, Olayan Financing Company, Saudi ArabiaCharles Prince, Chief Executive Officer, Citigroup, USADaniel Vasella, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Novartis, SwitzerlandClosing Remarks byKlaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic ForumModerated byNik Gowing, Main Presenter, BBC World TV, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), United Kingdom
Length: 01:20:42


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