World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

23-27 January 2013 Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

In today's challenging political and financial climate, the Eurozone has many trials ahead. As Europe prepares for the Eurozone 2.0, it will have to balance smart and inclusive growth with smart austerity measures. Is the European utopia of solidarity, stability and integration a broken promise?

Dimensions to be addressed:

1. How can we reconcile diverging interests among European nations?
2. Should budgetary discipline be enforced? If so, how?
3. Can Germany effectively run the Eurozone's economic policy?
4. How should the birth defects of the Eurozone be rectified to achieve competitiveness on the global stage?

Moderated by

Tiny y5r2vf4to6eym3znspueqfjndwjo1ttteab66uzyuk4 Zanny Minton Beddoes

Panellist

Tiny jycini2w49ugzwr4zbklj53gdxy9h tqldrotkxshja Steven Vanackere

Tiny oms44yjzudqnb3edqxfyf4muxozvriiafdma8wslzbi Angel Gurría

Tiny ezi3iyzbtrsysvp2mtzfumkk4tsecelui4i5ad0g9l4 Robin Niblett

Tiny 8tu8jsp lbxgpiugjfyp4jcgmzxguwycchbamzhrshw Guido Westerwelle

Tiny cslqzy qvhz6gio7x bd bymrekkp6shhbhmkufxejg Luis De Guindos Jurado

Tiny brct1ce8osq98atizldn8it2nmxncdotht3y6fypo0k Vittorio Grilli