Who is shunning Saudi Arabia's 'Davos in desert'

Jamal Khashoggi's death has caused some of the business world's most powerful bosses to pull out of Saudi Arabia's showpiece investment conference.
Top government officials have also chosen to avoid the Future Investment Initiative - nicknamed "Davos in the desert" - after Saudi officials said Mr Khashoggi had died after a fist fight.The claims have met with scepticism among many world leaders but the three-day event at the luxury Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh is still going ahead, with more than 100 speakers and moderators still expected.
Who is shunning Saudi Arabia's 'Davos in desert'

Khashoggi and fiancee on day of disappearance
Those who have said they are no longer going to the event, which starts on Tuesday, include::: International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde:: US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin:: UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox:: French finance minister Bruno Le Maire:: Dutch finance minister Wopke Hoekstra:: Australia and New Zealand government officials:: World Bank President Jim Yong Kim:: Virgin Group founder Richard Branson:: Uber chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi:: Airbus defence chief Dirk Hoke:: JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon:: MasterCard chief executive Ajay Banga
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