Davos is done and dusted
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26 January 2020
Broadcast live from the Monocle Shop and café in Zürich, Tyler Brûlé is joined by Benno Zogg from ETH Zürich, Johan Jervoe from UBS and Chandra Kurt from ‘Weinseller Journal’ to assess the World Economic Forum. Plus: they consider the best wines to serve at a diplomatic dinner.
26 January 2020
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