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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. is open for business and welcomed a weaker dollar, saying that it would benefit the country.
Mobile technology is reshaping society and the global economy in ways that would have been unimaginable a decade ago.
Ya-Qin Zhang said Baidu will continue to ramp up its investment in research and development in the U.S.
Mario Centeno warned Wednesday that monetary tightening needs to be done in a sustainable way.
Europe's banking sector must resolve its ongoing problems with non-performing loans, according to Ralph Hamers.
With a general election on the horizon in Italy and voter polls showing no one party with a clear majority, Italy's Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said the expected outcome of a hung parliament would not be good for the country.
An overhaul of the U.S. tax system could help promote growth but structural reforms need to be made, the secretary general of the OECD told CNBC.
Baidu President Ya-Qin Zhang hinted at "a lot more exciting deals" to come for its video streaming service iQiyi.
Thousands of anti-capitalist protestors marched through Swiss cities on Tuesday, protesting against President Trump's visit to the WEF.
Chinese entrepreneurs will start looking at markets abroad within the next five to 10 years, according to the CEO of Sinovation Ventures.
Barclays CEO believes bank stress tests should be applied to the rest of the economy.
Private equity billionaire David Rubenstein explains what keeps him awake at night.
China's growth has plenty to do with its rebalancing to a consumption-driven model, Hony Capital's John Zhao said.
European stocks edged into the red during Wednesday's morning session, as investors digested fresh corporate news.
The chief executive of insurer Lloyd's of London told CNBC that businesses "can't live with this uncertainty" caused by Brexit.
Richard Liu, founder of JD.com, said considerations were being made to potentially list the logistics business in Hong Kong and China.
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Paolo Gentiloni discusses Brexit, saying that: "It is evident, at least for the Italian public opinion, that was not a good choice."
"We need to make sure that growth is grounded on real investment activities and not just increasing debt," Jacob Frenkel says.
Mathias Cormann discusses cutting corporate tax rates and U.S. President Donald Trump's position on global trade.