18 Ιανουαρίου 2014

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe comments surprise Chinese at Davos. Ομιλίες-συνεντεύξεις: Japan, Germany, China and Iran. World Economic Forum.


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Press conference in Davos: the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe compared current tensions between Japan and China to the rivalry between Britain and Germany on the eve of World War One. Those two countries also had close economic relations, but were still drawn into war against each other...
To be sure, Mr. Abe made clear that he doesn't see war coming. But he nonetheless set off conversations about the prospects of armed conflict between the world's second and third largest economies among many of the senior-level bankers, business executives, politicians and others who turn up at Davos each year. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, came with a rousing message about his country's economic recovery. "Japan is back", he declared in a keynote speech.




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Special Address by Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan
The Reshaping of the World Vision from Japan



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Ομιλίες-συνεντεύξεις:
Germany, China and Iran in Davos

Wolfgang Schäuble - The Germany Outlook


Wang Yi - Global Dimensions of China's Development


Hassan Rouhani - Iran in the World


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