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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Shahriman Johari
THOSE who have been to the World Economic Forum often tell of their Davos moment.
It ranges from waiting for the bus with former hedge-fund operator George Soros, holding the door for rock star Bono or chatting with the world's richest man, Bill Gates.
These are tales of wonder that can keep a colleague wide-eyed for a minute, admiring your luck and cursing his misfortune.
It also underscores the value of Davos. The forum promises an informal gathering where leaders, be they in government or business, can talk to each other.
"I think it is an excellent time to …