#WEF: Day three at Davos deals with populism

Its day three at the World Economic Forum in Davos where the world's political leaders, CEOs and top bankers have gathered to share solutions to the world's problems.

Chairman and chief investment officer of Bridgewater Associates, Ray Dalio took centre stage during a panel when he spoke out about populism. This is according to EWN reporter Stephen Grootes, who is currently at the WEF meeting.

He said. 'I want to be loud and clear, populism scares me'.

Stephen Grootes, EWN

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