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    Japanese PM Arrives at World Economic Forum in Davos by Passenger Train (PHOTOS)

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    The 2019 World Economic Forum in the Swiss city of Davos, dedicated to issues relating to globalisation, is expected to be visited by over 3,000 guests from numerous countries, including heads of state and government.

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has arrived by train at the 2019 World Economic Forum, where he is expected to give a speech.

    Earlier in the day, the prime minister's office shared a photo of Abe, sitting inside a train and enjoying a view of the snowy landscape.

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