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Chuck Robbins In Davos: Global Business Spending And Cisco's 'Shallow Pause' In China Sales

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins at the World Economic Forum in Davos talked about the company's focus on software and how macro issues have impacted the networking giant.

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On The World’s Stage

The world’s largest business, political and academic world leaders descended upon Davos, Switzerland, this week for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting where top of mind for most CEOs and executives were climate change, trade wars and global economic growth concerns.

In attendance as usual was Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, who took a slightly more positive stance on business growth and future profitability than his CEO peers—as long as trade issues can be resolved, Robbins noted.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Robbins talked about the importance of global communications standards, the possible implications of the U.S-China trade deal, the company’s shift in favor of software and now also selling semiconductors. What follows are excerpts from Robbins’ interview.

 
 
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