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Davos 2023

Davos 2023: 5 takeaways from an Asian perspective

India visibility grows while China, U.S. fail to send top leaders

The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum was held in its regular format for the first time in three years.   © Getty Images

DAVOS, Switzerland -- The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum that concluded on Friday was notable in the growing presence of Asian players.

The five-day session was held in-person in its traditional January slot for the first time in three years, bringing thousands of public and private-sector leaders to this small Swiss town.

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