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Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on China’s role in the World Economic Forum 2017 that took place in Davos. Professor Williamson says there are a lot of expectations from President Xi’s visit – the first Chinese leader to visit the Forum since it was founded in 1971. “President Xi’s visit to Davos is a sign of China’s growing importance in the world and readiness to begin to fill the space that may be vacated if the US turns inward as a result of its domestic problems and deep internal divisions.”