The World Economic Forum, commonly referred to as the Davos Annual Meeting kicked off on January 21 in Switzerland. Inequality, climate change and sustainable development were some of the topics discussed at the meeting.
The president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, did not attend the 2015 World Economic Forum.
He, or rather the European Central Bank (ECB), summoned up over 1tn euros for a bond-buying programme scheduled to be around for 18 months, starting this March to September 2016.
But will it make a difference? Many Europeans believe stimulus measures will actually do little to improve their situation.
Al Jazeera's Claudio Lavanga reports from Rome.
Source: Al Jazeera