The Davos Agenda 2021

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Workers harvest tobacco leaves in Granges-pres-Marnand in western Switzerland August 18, 2010. The production of tobacco started in the 17th Century in Switzerland reaching its peak during the Second World War. In 2008 more that 260 farmers harvested 650 tons of two different types of plant the Virginie and the Burley according to SwissTabac, the federation of local producers. After the harvest, which takes place from mid-July to the end of August, the leaves will dry for two months before being delivered to the manufacturers. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) - BM2E68I17XA01

'Inequality is not a game of winners and losers; we are all losing.' Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

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