Davos Latest: Germany Sees ‘High Risk’ of Renewed Trade Tensions

(Bloomberg) -- Members of the global elite are back in Davos in their regular January slot after a three-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Most Read from

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gathering again for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, which kicks off Tuesday in the Swiss ski resort, there are fewer heavy hitters from politics. Russia’s war in

Ukraine and tensions between the US and China have made feel-good appearances at the event in the Alps awkward. The lack of snow on the slopes is a reminder of the climate

crisis that will dominate much of the discussions. Concerns about political stability are also high on the agenda and other topics will include the end of the era of cheap money

and food and energy security. Tune into Bloomberg Television for interviews with UBS CEO Ralph Hamers, OPEC Secretary General Haitham Al-Ghais, Chevron CEO Mike Wirth and

German Economy Minister Robert Habeck, among many others. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will also be speaking to Bloomberg TV from our studio in Berlin.Key DevelopmentsChief

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