World Economic Forum Calls for Resilient Dynamism

David Cameron, Angela Merkel and the prime ministers of Russia and Italy will address the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, 2013 in Davos Switzerland (Jan23 – 27) under the theme Resilient Dynamism.

“To be resilient is to adapt to changing contexts, withstand sudden shocks and recover from them while still pursuing critical goals. We face a new reality of sudden shocks and prolonged global economic malaise, particularly in major economies experiencing economic austerity. Future growth in this new context requires dynamism – bold vision and even bolder action. Either attribute – resilience or dynamism – alone is insufficient, as leadership in 2013 will require both; thus, the theme of ‘Resilient Dynamism’,”

Klaus Schwab,

Founder and Executive Chairman,

World Economic Forum


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