"The reshaping of the world: consequences for society, politics and business" is the theme for this year's World Economic Forum. Two topics that will feature on the agenda are the sustainability of the global economic recovery and the gap between the rich and the poor.
As the U.S. Federal Reserve begins winding down its monetary stimulus program, the impact of rising borrowing costs on personal consumption levels is likely to trigger a debate on global spending, while the short-term impact on emerging market economies will also be in focus.
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As markets listen for comments by corporate executives and world leaders in attendance, tell us what your safe-haven trade is going into the forum.