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World Economic Forum gets under way to -- and are very -- claim it is live in the -- that bring us interviews with the best and brightest.
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Take a look at this David Occupy Wall Street has made it all the way to Davos Switzerland where somebody has scraped into the snow here in red paint capitalism kills.
Income inequality is of course one of the issues that the world leaders and business leaders are going to be talking about here at the World Economic Forum but.
Arguably there are much more pressing issues such as the debt crisis in Europe.
And what we need to do to solve that problem and to make sure it doesn't take the rest of the globe down especially the US recovery which is obviously rather tentative.
And of course tonight the State of the Union Address by president Barack Obama starting tomorrow I'll be bringing you top interviews wide ranging discussions with these business leaders and these global leaders about how to solve these problems.
At of course we will have the US chamber of commerce chief Tom Donohue to react to the president's State of the Union Address.
Also muhtar Kent of Coca-Cola -- been outspoken about.
Forcing this country to make it easier to do business in the United States.
That and so much more coming up starting tomorrow live from Davos Switzerland at the World Economic Forum back to you.