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TAKE A LOOK-The World Economic Forum at Davos

(Adds latest stories) Jan 23 (Reuters) - World leaders and top CEOs meet at Davos in Switzerland this week to discuss how to steer policy amid worries of slowing economic growth, damaging trade wars and Brexit. Reuters is covering the event with a multimedia team of reporters, photographers and commentators. Follow Reuters coverage of the 2019 WEF here:


> A gun in the face: Davos ploy to reshape refugee debate

> Pompeo voices optimism for good outcome on U.S.-China trade Japan's Abe to put trade, climate at centre of G20 agenda

> UK's Fox to press trade ministers over replicating EU pacts

> EU's Moscovici says risk of no-deal Brexit has risen

> UK says trade partners underestimate no-deal Brexit risk

> British lawmakers' bid to stop no-deal Brexit gathers momentum

> Italy's finmin keeps door open to Weidmann's ECB bid

> Abe calls for transition period in Britain's exit from EU

> Brazil's Bolsonaro uses Davos speech to appeal to big business

> Huawei calls for swift end to case of exec arrested in Canada

> Russia's Novak will not attend Davos - energy ministry

> Trump cancels U.S. delegation to Davos

> Gloomy forecast for Davos: crises aplenty, but few world leaders

> Merkel to attend Davos and discuss Europe, Africa, AI

> Zimbabwe President cancels Davos amid crackdown on protests

> French President Macron will not attend Davos

> Gap between rich and poor growing, fuelling global anger - Oxfam

> A second referendum could break Brexit stalemate - StanChart CFO

> Prince William turns interviewer in appearance with Attenborough

> Russia's Novak will not attend Davos - energy ministry


> Davos bankers try to put brave face on gloomy outlook

> Italy minister says single telecoms network more efficient

> IMF, CEOs sound warnings as leaders gather in Davos

> Tria says Italy will hit deficit target, no need for correction

> IMF cuts global growth outlook, cites trade war and weak Europe

> China to attract an extra $250 bln - UBS chairman

> China's exports "not very encouraging" - senior official

> Significantly slower growth in Europe, US - Bridgewater's Dalio

> UBS's Weber says Europe, U.S. rate hike cycles on hold

> Japan must hike sales tax, draw in foreign workers - Abe adviser

> Zimbabwe vows bold economic turnaround despite surging prices


> Saudi Aramco eyes multi-billion-dollar U.S. gas acquisitions

> Following crisis banks but no systemic threat - Italy minister

> Trade worries sour CEOs' mood as leaders converge on Davos

> Huawei chairman says foreign officials welcome to see its labs

> 'A List' climate change firms outperform on stock market -survey

> Survey shows people place trust in companies over governments

> UBS won't take lead in consolidating European bank sector-Weber

> Stena ferry boss worried over risk of hard Brexit

> Illycaffe could broaden JAB capsule deal to marketing


> Russia says oil price war with U.S. would be too costly

> Total CEO says influx of U.S. oil exports could weigh on prices


> BREAKINGVIEWS-Brazil's Bolsonaro clears low Davos bar

> ANALYSIS-Central banks think hard about their language

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Cox: Davos becomes a liability in the populist era

> From London's Brick Lane to Davos, veganism on the menu

> COMMENT-Ramaphosa could boost the rand with his Davos speech


> GRAPHIC-Take Five: World markets themes for the week ahead

> Davos delegates graphic:

(Compiled by Saumyadeb Chakrabarty, Sai Sachin Ravikumar and Gopakumar Warrier)