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>> From India's Narendra Modi to Canada's Justin Trudeau, Tuesday's speakers at the World Economic Forum voiced commitment to fight climate change and took on the challenge of defending global values like globalization, which they say are under attack.>> We're working very hard to make sure that our neighbor to the south recognizes how good NAFTA is, and that it has benefitted not just our economy but his economy and the world's economy.
>> I'm Conway Gittens. Discussions about equality, whether it be income equality or equality between men and women in the workplace. Where plenty is stretching from inside the Congress center to smaller venues outside. On Wednesday, the center of gravity shifts to Europe. French president Emmanuel Macron wraps up the day and is likely to get some help from Germany's Angela Merkel.
The two are expected to present a united front against the protectionist rhetoric coming out of the White House. Get your daily dose of what is happening at the World Economic Forum exclusively at Davos Today. That's our live morning show on the Reuters TV live feed. Wednesday's big guest, the Spanish foreign minister.
We'll ask him how long Madrid plans to keep direct rule over Catalonia.