Chinese Premier makes his first appearance in Davos, WEF

The 47th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is underway in Davos, Switzerland.

EWN's Stephen Grootes is rubbing shoulders with political leaders, CEOs and top bankers who have made their way to this prestigious event.

Grootes says the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made his appearance for the first time in Davos. The Chinese are concerned about what is happening in America and the leadership of Donald Trump, he added.

To hear more from Stephen Grootes, listen below:


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