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Many Indian leaders give WEF meet a miss

While the rich and famous from across the world have assembled here for their annual talk-fest and networking for business, many top Indian business leaders like Mukesh Ambani and Rahul Bajaj have given this year's WEF Annual Meeting a miss.

125-member Indian delegation heads for WEF Davos

A 125-member strong Indian delegation will attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting at Davos, Switzerland this week, where they will highlight efforts being undertaken to turn around the economy.

WEF meet to begin Tuesday; India growth story to be watched

The corporate India would be represented by Anand Mahindra, Chanda Kochhar, Rahul Bajaj, Azim Premji, Sunil Bharti Mittal and heads of a number of Indian companies, including IT giants like TCS, Infosys, HCL Technologies and Mahindra Satyam.

Davos elite see euro surviving, for now

Market doubts about the euro focus on Europe`s ability to rein in fiscal excesses at a time of slow growth and high unemployment, and a growing gap in economic competitiveness between northern and southern Europe.

Davos elite see euro surviving, for now

Market doubts about the euro focus on Europe`s ability to rein in fiscal excesses at a time of slow growth and high unemployment, and a growing gap in economic competitiveness between northern and southern Europe.

India emerges as a strong investment destination at WEF meet

A few even foresee the possibility of the country hosting a Davos-level congregation of the world's rich and powerful at some point in the future.