Fourth Industrial Revolution

Klaus Schwab: We need a new narrative for globalization

General view as anti G20 demonstrators hold up signs near a sphere decorated as the planet with the message, "Hello, the G20?" as they take part in a protest march against globalisation in Nice, southeastern France, November 1, 2011. G20 leaders will gather in Cannes for the final Summit of France's presidency November 3-4.      REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE  - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTR2THI1

The backlash against globalization is rising Image: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Klaus Schwab
Founder, Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
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