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Twenty Top Takeaways from Davos 2011

As citizens took to the streets in Egypt, the economic elite took to the mountains of Switzerland to make deals and discuss the issues of the day. In Davos on Jan. 26-30, the emerging economies and the social networks had four days in the spotlight, while the rising food costs that helped lead to social unrest in Tunisia and Egypt were a major topic. Big Oil and Big Business showed renewed vigor and power as emerging economies showed increased demand for energy, technology, and food. The BRIC countries sent more executives and leaders to the World Economic Forum than ever before and the makeup of attendees reflected the big picture: the West crippled with debt as emerging economies grow.

Read on for the most important themes and outcomes from the 2011 World Economic Forum.
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