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"That's a Bloomberg radio business flash. With corrected US futures. I'm Matt Miller. Let's go over to Markus Karlsson alpha world, national news, Marcus. Thanks very much. Matt Chinese Vice Premier Li her unexpectedly attended the first day of trade talks with the US in Beijing. That's according to people familiar with the matter and a photo seen by Bloomberg is the topic and big advisor to the Chinese president Xi Jinping who led the previous negotiations in Washington that produced a deal, but President Trump then rejected in Coban. Authorities say they've defeated an attempted coup by group of military officers who seized control of the national broadcaster. The government of the African countries says order has been restored after gunfire rang out across the council yesterday. President Ali Bongo is currently receiving medical treatment in Morocco after having had a stroke. And the US judge has ordered actor actor Kevin Kevin Spacey to stay away from a man who accused him of sexual assault back in two thousand sixteen Spacey appeared in court, charged with indecent assault and battery of the then eighteen year old a pretrial hearing has been set for March global news twenty four hours a day on Aruna take talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson. This is Bloomberg on thanks very much. Mark has now the former Nissan chairman Carlos Cohn has offered his first rejection of financial challenges telling the Tokyo district court that he's been wrongly accused and unfairly detained Gonul so insisted none of his compensation by Nissan was illegal or broke any financial rules for more or less. Go lighter. Tokyo, web Lindbergh's chief north Asia. Correspondent Stephen Engle is standing by. I what did we learn today from the closed events in Tokyo, Stephen. We learned a lot actually a lot of details coming from the defense because this is a narrative over the last fifty days so seven weeks he's been in detention since November nineteen th the rest here in Tokyo. We've got a lot of details from them because the prosecution has really dominated the narrative so far as you rightly."