It must have been the reputation of the enchanted mountain that drew Mario Draghi to Davos, Switzerland, the center of the world economy. The Italian government was not there, but the former prime minister was. Incognito and secret. 3 days. Last Monday to Wednesday. The presence of the former central banker, who is considered a local, should not have been advertised at the World Economic Forum. He had private meetings, is the version circulated by his entourage before the audits of this newspaper. Draghi held conferences behind closed doors. One confirmed to Il Foglio for British banking giant Barclays (there is also talk of dialogue with Bank of America but no confirmations). Valuable speeches that, for those who know him, signal his desire to build relationships in the business world, light years away from politics. “I will work in the private sector again,” he confessed in the last few days.
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