Iraq has a fundamental interest in seeing peace in Syria, says its prime minister, Haider Al-Abadi, adding that Daesh is a “very formidable and dangerous organization.”
Iraq’s prime minister, Haider Al-Abadi explains why he’s confident in fighting ISIS and why he believes Daesh is “running out of steam,” as Iraq send more troops.
ICAP’s CEO, Michael Spencer discusses the current volatile environment in the global markets, adding that low interest rates and investor complacency is driving markets.
Lutfey Siddiqi, global head of emerging markets (FX, Rates and Credit) at UBS, explains why the “fourth industrial revolution” is adding to deflationary pressures.
ADB’s president, Takehiko Nakao says there’s opportunity in many Asian countries including India and Bangladesh, while discussing the changing landscape of China.
Around 80 drugs companies have announced in Davos that they are to work together to develop drugs to combat 'superbugs'.
AIIB’s president, Jin Liqun says the Chinese regulators and government have done a good job with handling the nation’s economic slowdown and markets.
European commissioner for financial services at the European Commission, Jonathan Hill discusses Europe's banking sector and the regulation measures taken.
Following the concerns surrounding Volkswagen and Diesel technology, Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses how this affects their own strategy and to ease investor anxiety.
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn explains the company’s strategy and process behind making its autonomous car.
Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault-Nissan, explains why the company has recalled vehicles and says there are no so-called emissions cheating devices in their cars.
Karl-Ludwig Kley, chairman and CEO of Merck, is positive about the prospects for the health care and life sciences sector.
Martin Gilbert, CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management, says he is reasonably positive on emerging markets and recommends investing in them for medium to long term.
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Börse, says rationality is returning slowly to stock markets.
Gianni Papa, head of corporate and investment banking at UniCredit, talks about Italy's banking sector and says the current sell-off is panic selling.
Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group, says quantitative easing has indirectly led to increased demand for credit in Europe.
Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability at UC Davis, talks about the energy sector and how changing trends will affect demands for oil.
Jyrki Katainen, VP for jobs, growth, investment and competitiveness for the European Commission, says Europe needs to ensure migration is sustainable.
Jyrki Katainen, VP for jobs, growth, investment and competitiveness for the European Commission, says the jobs program announced by France's president has good elements.
Charles-Edouard Bouée, CEO of Roland Berger, says the stock market, security, refugees and immigration are the main things being talked about at Davos this year.