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Posted on:    10 Jan, 2018       Views:  873

White House confirms Donald Trump to attend Davos gathering

White House confirms Donald Trump to attend Davos gathering.  President Donald Trump is planning to go to the annual meeting of global financial and economic elite at the end of this month in Davos, Switzerland, the localist champion of business security and forgotten people. Alpine is a target of global collector gathering at the ski resort, with Trump's worldview as well as lack of free trade thinking on obstacles. This is a regular stomping ground for trump names such as international investor George Soros. Trump will be the first US president to participate in the meeting of bankers, corporate heads, academicians and investors since Bill Clinton in January 2000.

 

White House confirms Donald Trump to attend Davos gathering. 

Concern over Trump's "America First" agenda last year had dominated negotiations on the World Economic Forum, although the incoming US administration had left sending any official representative. A colleague at the time said that participating in the high-level annual meeting would deceive the President's populist movement.

China's President Xi Jinping used the army for a global call in 2017 to deny trump in denial of trade wars and protectionism.

Last year, the only attendant of his hut of consultants was hedge fund manager Anthony Scamuchi who later worked briefly as Trump's Director of Communications.

Last year's conference came in the same week of Trump's inauguration and representatives, which predicted that Trump would prove to be a more pragmatic leader than campaign trail or Twitter. A year before the consensus that he will not win the presidency.

 

White House confirms Donald Trump to attend Davos gathering

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that Trump will use the platform to make matters in case of global policies for global leaders.

Sanders said in a statement on Tuesday, "The President has welcomed the opportunities to advance his first first agenda with world leaders." "On this year's World Economic Forum, the President is looking forward to promoting our policies to strengthen US businesses, American industries and US workers."

In a separate statement, Forum founder Klaus Schwab said that Trump will present a "direct approach" on America's priorities and the President will be accompanied by the chief cabinet ministers and American lawmakers.

Trump goes to Davos after being out of a Pacific Rim Trade Agreement and rejecting the Paris Climate Agreement, threatening to end the NAFTA Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, issues trade sanctions against China And Iran makes nuclear agreement scrap. The theme of this year's conference is to "make a shared future in an elite world."

In an interview Monday before the announcement, Harvard University professor Ken Rogoff recognized Trump as the risk of economic expansion.

"Any list of global risks, without the name of President Trump, would mean that the list was not completed, there is a random element which is difficult to quantify." There is a policy uncertainty in it, "said Rodough, this year There is going to be a panelist in Davos.

At the same time, the potential of bankers and company owners in Switzerland are welcome to cut corporate tax, Trump recently distributed and liked to take credit for the growing stock market.

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