Trump symbolizes chaotic populism. The company published its findings in advance of the gathering of Davos.
Trump's election, Britain's departure from the European Union, the old continent paralyzed by crises, self-doubt and right-wing populists - the long-standing world order seems to be falling apart.
"It is no coincidence that Xi chose this year to make the trip up the magic mountain", said Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, a US based political risk consultancy. Trump is unpredictable and aggressive.
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China's Xi Jinping has too many titles on his business card.
Some diplomats have, however, contrasted Mr Xi's pro-globalisation rhetoric with protectionist policies back in China.
For Beijing, Davos is the ideal stage to promote its agenda. But in fact, for the past couple of years China has been intervening in markets to prop up its currency, not push it lower.
And while those concerns have eased, the International Monetary Fund warned on Monday of ongoing risks to the economy, including its high reliance on government spending, record lending by state banks and an overheating property market.
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Take climate change. In his speech, Xi positioned himself as the defender of the Paris climate accord. The Asian country remains the biggest polluter worldwide - by far.
In 1950, Switzerland was one of the first Western countries to recognize and establish diplomatic relations with the new People's Republic of China.
One thing's for sure: The country has become a global power and has a right to claim worldwide recognition.
The "Digital Economy" track of the WEF annual event has been introduced to highlight the role of ICTs is shaping the world's economic development.
The PM will be presenting Pakistan's case of economic success and the ideal business and investment opportunities, besides attracting foreign direct investment.
The Chinese leader also spoke days before the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
For India, China's ascendancy into global leadership comes at a time when the International Monetary Fund and others have lowered our economic growth below China's because of the demonetisation shock, and when China is using its influence against India in multilateral platforms from refusing to ban terrorist Masood Azhar at the United Nations to stopping our attempts at joining the NSG.
Mr. Xi's address Tuesday included an interesting combination of ideas.