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Davos 2017: Joe Biden criticises Russia; Moscovici calls for more Europe
We just ran into Liam Fox, the UK's secretary of state for international trade, as he arrived at WEF. Fox says he's at Davos make the the case for free trade, and make sure that global markets don't “silt up”.
Read Joe Biden's Speech Warning of the Collapse of the 'World Order'  
Ukraine's conflict with Russia is also financial  
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UK unemployment fell by 52,000 to 1.6 million in the three months to November - the lowest level for more than a decade - official figures showed.
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