On the eve of the international economic forum in Davos, all the “priestesses of love” have already been booked, but, despite the “huge offer” and exorbitant prices, it was not possible to fully satisfy the demand.
About the “urgent problem” writes Austrian tabloid Express:
“When the business and political elite meet in Davos at the WEF, it also means high season for escort services in the Swiss resort. The girls providing intimate services are fully booked before the meeting begins. “Services for all sexual orientations” are offered.
In order not to be left without a pleasant pastime during the forum, consumers book sex workers and workers for at least 4 hours, this costs about 1380 euros. The demand is great, even websites have been created specifically for the WEF.
Against the backdrop of such increased demand, the publication also draws attention to the “dark side of Davos” – women entrepreneurs who take part in the economic forum become objects of harassment by wealthy men. At the same time, such behavior of participants is so common that women are not even allowed to go to events alone.
Russian billionaire oligarchs and Chinese businessmen are not taking part this time in the World Economic Forum in Davos, which runs from January 16-20. As noted Bloomberg, Russians are unwanted guests at meetings of the global business elite due to the unleashed full-scale war against Ukraine. And Chinese businessmen are not expected due to the sharp surge in the country of COVID-19 and the fall of the stock market, due to which the wealthy Chinese lost more than $ 224 billion last year alone.
At the same time, more billionaires are expected from the Gulf, a region that is once again boosting its revenues thanks to rising oil prices. The most numerous, traditionally, will be the US representation, from where 33 billionaires will come to Davos, including the heads of the world’s largest corporations. Among the invited Americans, in particular, the chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Jamie Dimon, Larry Fink of BlackRock Inc. and Steve Schwartzman of Blackstone Inc. From India, 13 billionaires are planning to participate in the forum in Davos.