World Economic Forum

Singapore Is New Sanctuary for World's Wealthiest Men

Singapore has long been a draw for wealthy Chinese, Indonesians and Malaysians who would come for short trips to shop, play  at the casino or get medical check-ups at world-class clinics. Mount Elizabeth Hospital Orchard, just steps from the flagship stores of Gucci and Rolex, features a UOB Privilege Banking Centre in the lobby.

Educational system needs to produce graduates with digital know-how

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s educational system is good but will need to get better adjusted to the needs of the market for digital know-how and skills, an online debate hosted by the AmCham Slovenia heard on Wednesday.

Andrej Brodnik from the Faculty of Computer and Information Science said there were far too few courses in computer science at primary and secondary schools.

Amid the Pandemic, It’s Now Corruption That ‘Performs Better’ in Hungary

Although national income indeed grew significantly after 2013 (on average around 4 per cent per year until the pandemic), the overall performance of the economy proved to be much bleaker than depicted on the government posters, even before the current crisis.

Greece headed for ‘some normality’ by spring, summer

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reckoned on Monday that Greece could return to "some normalcy" at the end of spring or the beginning of summer if the vaccination program remains on track.

Speaking during the online session of the World Economic Forum, Mitsotakis said the supply of vaccines from the European Union will be pivotal, noting that it must be expedited.