Hans Nichols

Bloomberg Television

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International correspondent for Bloomberg Television

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The White House and Germany are at odds, and that may be just the way Vladimir Putin likes it.

Merkel and Putin

The White House and Germany are at odds, and that may be just the way Vladimir Putin likes it.

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The annual  World Economic Forum  is underway once again at the picturesque mountaintop resort of Davos in Switzerland.

World's Wealthy Converge on Davos

The annual World Economic Forum is underway once again at the picturesque mountaintop resort of Davos in Switzerland.

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