2021 Davos Agenda: Way for China-U.S. reengagement?

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Chinese President Xi Jinping will speak at the Davos Agenda 2021 on January 25. With a yet-to-be-tamed pandemic, the world is eager to know how the Chinese president plans to lead the world’s most populous country in the coming years. President Xi’s upcoming speech comes on the fourth anniversary of the Davos 2017 speech, calling for multilateralism and collaboration. But it will depend on whether major powers, like the U.S., are willing to heed the call of collaboration. Borge Brende, the president of the World Economic Forum, hopes the Biden administration will be receptive to solutions offered by China to fix global challenges like the pandemic and climate change. In an exclusive interview, Brende said he was most eager to see how big a global role China will take on pressing issues in a post-pandemic world. #China #US #Davos

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