Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukraine prime minister says that "no-one will recognize" the Crimean referendum and that there will be "no concession."» Read More
Iran has the potential to become one of the world's top ten economies within three decades, Iran's president Hassan Rouhani tells Davos.
Hassan Rouhani, Iran's president, takes centre stage at Davos to discuss the country's place in the world and says that his views on social, economic and political issues is one of "prudent moderation."
Irakli Gharibashvili, Georgia's prime minister, tells CNBC that the country is less dependent on Russia than Ukraine and is committed to deeper European integration.
Michael Noonan, Irish finance minister, says Ireland's ambition is to become a member of the "north European high credit rating group of countries" and that it is closely watching bond spreads.
Nariman Behravesh, chief economist at IHS, says there's still a lot of work to be done in Europe, especially in southern countries and says the ECB should be "more generous."
Brian O'Kelley, CEO and co-founder of online advertising company AppNexus, explains that the company is trying to make mobile ads more efficient than traditional marketing.
Jacob Frenkel, chairman at JP Morgan Chase International, says that unemployment is the key challenge for the U.S. as many have left the labor market altogether.
Martin Gilbert, Aberdeen Asset Management CEO, says that a lot of the negative sentiment on emerging markets is overdone and explains why it was a "tough quarter" for the group.
Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO at ABB, explains that delays regarding one of the group's offshore platforms is behind the profit warning but adds he is "quite optimistic over the medium term."
Andrey Kostin, president and chairman of the management board at VTB Group,discusses Ukraine and says that Russia is as attached to it as the U.K. is to Scotland.
Andrey Kostin, president and chairman of the management board at VTB Group, explains that Russia is "moving in the right direction", just not as fast as most would like.
Lin Boqiang, director at China Center for Energy Economics Research, Xiamen University, discusses the energy sector in China and highlights that the government is "determined" to improve energy efficiency.
Peter Terium, CEO at RWE, says that the "lack of framework" and "consistency on policies" from the European Union is slowing down investments in the sector.
John Nelson, chairman at Lloyd's, explains that companies are starting to invest again but that it's still "at a brittle stage" and that political instability could "take us off tracks."
Min Zhu, deputy managing director at the IMF, says that he thinks tapering should go "shoulder by shoulder" with US growth.
Michael Gurka, managing director at Spectrum Asset Management, says that the U.S. bond market could continue to rally on "disappointment that growth is slowing."
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John Butters, senior earnings analyst at Factset, highlights that there are fewer companies beating estimates than average this earnings season.
Steve Tappin, author of "The Secrets of CEOs", says the world's top CEOs think "very much long-term", are "commercially aggressive" and have created a "strong culture" in their business.
Marc Ostwald, strategist at Monument Securities, outlines expectations for the euro zone and how an acceleration of German growth would impact the region.