The World Economic Forum is a nonprofit organization in Switzerland that is best known for holding annual meetings in Davos, bringing together 2,000 top business leaders, politicians and journalists to discuss the most important issues that the world faces. The World Economic Forum is committed to improving the state of the world through enabling dialogue and producing research that is not tied to any special interests.
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