"Trump has managed to overheat an already buoyant economy".
Soros, however, said Xi's success is far from assured.
On US-China relations he said, "Trump "is willing to sacrifice the national interests for his personal interests and he will do practically anything to win re-election".
Soros further claimed Trump didn't have a strategic plan when he authorised the launching of a missile that killed the leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Suleimani, and an Iraqi pro-Iranian militia commander. A year ago he compared them to gambling companies that foster addiction among users and said that they exploit the data they control.
Soros has hit on these themes in previous Davos speeches. When her order to research Soros was publicized, she and the company were criticized for anti-Semitism. Soros stated that India has grow to be the most important instance of the rise of nationalism, which is a serious enemy of today's society. In his speech, the billionaire once again mentioned Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, calling him "Hungary's ruler". The greatest shortcoming of dictatorships is that when they are successful, they don't know when or how to stop being repressive.
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Turning to the future, Soros placed his hope on youth movements and education.
U.S. financier and philanthropist George Soros yesterday pledged US$1 billion (RM4.07 billion) for a new university network project to battle the erosion of civil society in a world increasingly ruled by "would-be and actual dictators" and beset by climate change.
In Davos, Soros also announced that he is creating a new university network to better prepare students for current and future global challenges. But we can not build a global network by ourselves; we will need partner institutions and supporters from around the world to join us in this endeavor.
In what he called "the largest and most sustainable project in my life", Soros said it was important to fund institutions that would help resist the drift toward growing authoritarianism in the United States, in Russian Federation and China.
The democratic transition is not over in Central and Eastern Europe and we will continue our mission of training people and creating "free minds, people who think", Michael Ignatieff, a Canadian academic and president of the Central European University, told EURACTIV Slovakia.