Nabeel al-Amudi discusses the measures Saudi Arabia is taking on infrastructure.
Ahmed Heikal discusses the business landscape in Egypt.
"Lebanese people are invited to invest in their own country," Raed Khoury said.
There should not be an overreaction if something goes wrong with Saudi reforms, Stephen Schwarzman said.
Saudi Arabia is "very disciplined" in terms of its fiscal agenda, Mohammed Al-Jadaan said.
It is necessary to make the European Union a better, safer place, Juri Ratas said.
Juri Ratas said Estonia has “normal and cool” relations with Russia and “strong” relations with the U.S. and President Donald Trump.
Russia is not only a threat to Europe, Dalia Grybauskaite said.
Cardinal Peter Turkson, prefect at the Vatican's Dicastery for Integral Human Development, speaks about U.S. President Donald Trump's presence at Davos.
Economic indicators show that "Europe is back," says Jyrki Katainen, vice-president of the EU Commission.
DNB Group chief executive Rune Bjerke speaks about how technology is impacting the Norwegian banking sector.
Mario Polegato speaks about the political landscape in Italy as elections near.
Baker McKenzie Global Chairman Paul Rawlinson speaks about the future of financial regulation as Brexit talks progress.
Andrey Guryev discusses his company's recent bond issuance and positive sentiment at this year's Davos.
The fashion designer speaks about President Donald Trump and the global effort to address waste.
Paschal Donohoe discusses tax policy in Ireland, given President Donald Trump's fiscal reform in the U.S.
"Now is the time" to talk about sexual misconduct, says the fashion designer.
Paschal Donohoe discusses Brexit and the nature of Ireland's border with the U.K. going forward.
Paschal Donohoe describes the "upbeat" tone at Davos and speaks about economic growth in Ireland.
U.S. tax cuts are "positive in general," generating "growth and investment opportunities," says Eric Rondolat.