The state of the world’s economy, and keeping it on a course of recovery, is the focus of the last day of the World Economic Forum.

The five-day conference, which draws to a close Sunday, has seen much spirited debate on whether more regulation is needed for the financial industry, boosting sagging global employment and finding ways to ensure the nascent recovery is kept on course through 2010.

Keeping that idea in the forefront of the conference Sunday are Deutsche Bank chief Executive Josef Ackermann and Wipro Chairman Azim Premji who will examine what industry and government can do to increase job growth this year before the forum’s annual meeting is declared closed.

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