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A flock of premiers puts Davos traffic in the slow lane
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Tuesday, 23 January 2018
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Clean-energy shuttle buses (new to Davos this year) struggling through the snow drifts were mixed up with gigantic media lorries, tractors with chains on their wheels and a long train of limousines and people carriers, including one we passed containing a rather weary looking Panamanian delegation.

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