Why Anwar should have been in Davos

Shaping principles: The 53rd annual World Economy Forum was themed “Cooperation in a Fragmented World: Addressing Pressing Crises, Tackling Future Challenges”. — Bernama

The nationalist would have made a towering impact on the global economic platform.

IT could have been the perfect platform for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim – the newly-elected Prime Minister of Malaysia making his debut on the world stage.

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