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"All companies should pledge to become zero-energy companies by 2050."" Do you agree? Read why the companies of the future will produce as well as consume energy:
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Could this material help us make flexible mobile phones as thin as a piece of paper? http://wef.ch/1nfvcsd

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"It looks like you are driving through a fairytale." Could glow-in-the-dark roads replace street lamps? A stretch of 500 metres in the Netherlands has become the testing ground for a new kind of highway that lights itself. If successful, the idea could be expanded to include weather markings such as snowflakes when roads drop below a certain temperature. http://wef.ch/1eXbglT

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What are the pros and cons? looks awesome it would be pretty cool to see in downtown L.A.
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71% of Chinese companies want to expand in North America over the next five years. See where China's firms intend to invest, in our new report on Chinese Globalizers: http://wef.ch/1eMzjcY
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China has gone from being the world's largest manufacturer to being one of the world's largest investors. What are the opportunities and pitfalls for Chinese companies in a new era of globalization? Video: http://wef.ch/1iZEDGO

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Wow! Business is business at the end of the day an obviously they do it bigger than most.
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"The five richest families in Britain are worth more than the country's poorest 20% combined." Adair Turner on the link between technology, rising property prices, and huge wealth creation with very little labour input.
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"communists like you should be deported " The man is quite insane. 
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In China's leading global companies, 82% of executives have a global vision - compared to just 62% in the country's less successful global firms. See what makes them different, in our new report on Chinese Globalizers: http://wef.ch/1nfenO4
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"Get people to stop spending their lives looking at phones and tablets and monitors and instead make the real world as magical, responsive and intelligent as the screen world." From holograms to huge fabric bar charts you can touch and move around, read why the future of technology may lie beyond the screen: http://wef.ch/1eWe0jF

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Four things that help Chinese companies thrive abroad. China's leading companies are aiming to expand in the next five years in virtually every region of the world, a survey by the World Economic Forum and Strategy& shows. The Forum's Olivier Schwab discusses the challenges they face:
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Yeah! It is now building a Chinese icon with British parts!!
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China has become the world's third-largest foreign investor, after the United States and Japan. What are the challenges and opportunities Chinese companies face as they expand around the globe? Read our new report: Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers http://wef.ch/1iYzQoS
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Can you imagine what would happen if India did learn from this?!?
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