The president of the World Economic Forum (WEF) has urged Donald Trump to collaborate with other counties, just days before the expected appearance by the US president at the economic conference in Davos, Switzerland.
"You're only successful if others are doing well," he said.
Trump is the first president of the United States to attend the meeting. WEF annual since Bill Clinton in 2000, although Trump's assistance could be hampered by the US government's closure on spending plans.
Brende cited the example of economic growth in Europe, which he said led to greater demand of American and Chinese products, as an example of successful collaboration.