Davos is holding a referendum to see if its citizens want to keep paying to protect world leaders and bankers at the World Economic Forum

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Business Insider—Residents of the town of Davos are set to vote in a referendum next Sunday on whether they will pay a 10% higher bill for increased security at the annual World Economic Forum event held every year in the alpine town. The security designed to keep world leaders like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin safe will go up by about 1.13 million francs ($1.17 million) because of concerns over terrorism and higher logistical expenses, Bloomberg reported. Opponents of the...

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