The World Economic Forum’s flagship Davos summit might not take place at all next year, according to Swiss media


  • The World Economic Forum’s flagship Davos summit might be cancelled for 2021, according to a report in the Swiss media.
  • Originally, the event was scheduled to take place from January 26-29 but was postponed to “early next summer” because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • A WEF spokesperson told swissinfo.ch that the organization is not “communicating on this topic for the time being, because no decision has yet been made.” Further information is expected in the coming weeks.
  • The event’s cancellation would cause massive losses to businesses in Davos as it contributes millions of francs annually to the Swiss economy.
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The World Economic Forum’s flagship summit in the Swiss ski resort of Davos might just be cancelled in 2021, according to a report from Swissinfo.ch.

The four-day conference, which brings together politicians, plutocrats, celebrities and activists, was first expected to be

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