Davos 2022: energy security and future of work at World Economic Forum - Business Extra

Mina Al-Oraibi and Mustafa Alrawi explore some of the key themes at the high-level gathering

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The World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos is back as an in-person event but in May instead of its usual January slot.

Key discussions have been around energy security amid conflict in Ukraine and rising prices, with European nations looking for alternatives to Russian gas. High oil prices are helping Gulf economies and also adding to inflation concerns. Technology and the future of work following the Covid-19 pandemic are intertwined in Davos, with Meta and other companies showing how we might all interact digitally.

In Davos, host Mustafa Alrawi and The National's Editor in Chief, Mina Al-Oraibi discuss all the big themes at the Forum's meeting.

In this episode

The sessions that caught our attention (0m 44s)

The risks and strategies businesses should be mindful of (2m 03s)

Technology and the regulations for it (7m 47s)

The Mena economic outlook (10m 41s)

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Updated: May 24, 2022, 10:41 AM