Bruce Whitfield reports from Davos where the mood is ‘gloomy’

Mike Wills interviewed regular The Money Show presenter Bruce Whitfield, who is in Davos for the 2016 World Economic Forum.

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The only person still looking chipper was Pravin Gordhan.

Bruce Whitfield

South African business leaders do not want to discuss the elephant in the room – the sacking of the Finance Minister.

Bruce Whitfield

The mood is gloomy.

Bruce Whitfield

There is no panic, but there is deep concern.

Bruce Whitfield

Absolutely anybody can come into Davos. Even within the security cordon people have minders. There are 4500 Swiss solders in a village of 10 000 or 11 000 people.

Bruce Whitfield

There are fewer parties this year.

Bruce Whitfield

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