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"australia netherlands" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"Lesson If anyone say much about the finland-russia south you mow them all combat. I'm not gonna pretend that. I'm gonna get deep into it. I think belgium and denmark the top as they stunned schumann's groupie yet group see Australia netherlands north macedonia and ukraine. Macedonia has gone pandev. Which i just think is absolutely brilliant. I am the significantly happier that he is taking part. He's got doorway to be. I think Cure rally is the is the record holder for being the oldest this firefox four years old for a think. He's close to being the oldest outfield player by cover. Muncie short rally. And his job isn't interesting beautiful favorite. We think this sounds like i'm trying to be funny. But i'm not. I was genuinely surprised when affirm that pandev is only thirty seven. No with you but he does have that. Es are really tired. Look you like was asked when he opened locking twenty six but we still have thought very very tired exhausted. Hundreds paint the gentleman. He's he's he's everybody is the most wonderful wonderful to syria. Yes syria yes. Let's let's talk about the netherlands on must say guys. I am not not worried about the netherlands in the sense. Don't think their head coach and this goes back to the bus to two coaches and managers Think fundamentally the netherlands coach with the born place is going to limit them. I don't think unless we're talking about players coming up. But i think i don't think he's very good and so thinking perhaps coke short in getting snapped team to do what they could do. Because it's been like a bit of a not follow period. Doesn't it for the netherlands. Not just yeah. But i think they do a lot of talent coming through. I think this young for the last eight years just almost like rebuilt. And you look at these players like my licks Stephen burglaries them. Pretty good But actually let g g good quincy pros cy in is it's it's not it's not blow me away two forwards. Don't even come close to kind of think how fearsome the netherlands like strikeforce yet and an interesting holiday. The ac a while back horses had an amazing season for voice back Negative or stroke. Yeah he's the big man on top his knee six. I really like martin. Okay got pros well again. Is he really going to play that much Grabbing birch minors midfielder exciting young talent really like a window at the back. But i think silicon being out for them is huge as well because it means probably of stack as burma number one is not so and that obviously tim crew will come on for the shootout i- also here with the netherlands your country and you main your twenty six best plaza popular on hopes and then you know going to challenge hukou rebound to bake. Sem hopefully gets minutes. Frankie is the strongest season that was tool that a accountable podcasts. That i heard on council was confusing his His quincy's where he was referring..
"australia netherlands" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"Okay to part two of the nato euro special. that's all we can call it a couple of weeks guys. Let's have a look at the groups for the euro championships. Then we'll get into who's expected where factoring in kind of way income may finish. Hopefully it's not forth a little bit disappointing. But first second third does pose interest possible matchups for that for the next set. So i'm going to go run through the groups quickly. And then we'll go back and convert. Get feel free to them. So group is italy switzerland turkey. Wales groupie is belgium. Denmark finland russia group sees australia netherlands north macedonia well pumped about that ukraine Group date is croatia czech republic and future winners. England and scotland grouping is poland slovakia spain and sweden and the roof of death With which is just great. I'm always lead. There is one. is France germany hungary and portugal. My mind walk creeped is so. Let's let's go back to to green bay unless took through combat. We're expecting goes in italy. Switzerland turkey and in wales. And i'm going to say wales away is pretty tasty me initially banana. Yeah like it makes me think like half early eighties or late eighties. Where they they're kind of just get a bit ventures with lines and stuff spitting norwich nor it's solid wendy. I don't want them to do that. Sorry just different level. let's talk. Who managed by mancini in very very tight and tidy switzerland with brilliant bowler who we kind of four in this in the group chat and turkey. Yomas he wasn't even named as mark find out earlier in the league team of the year. Shocker how rubbish is not. Because it's just pissed. He plays for the party name on and by as from three their only trend more twitter. Yeah what we what. We think for repairs scores excited well. I'm really excited about. It's just very cool team really in particular love at midfield and we talked about paraly- before we came on air just absolutely love baretta unsung hero to god but he was bit on here and i think he does make that entity tick and he's not a typically italian kind of player he's a bulldog in midfield. Just really loving. And i love identifies gonna stop. I think you'll have an impact in some way. Look tally who is not really uses class. B uses sex. Appeal is just gorgeous. Pang he's a excellent progressive process. I think he's in the ninety eight percents off. Grasset passes in europe on. Fb ref seven point five eight per game. His possession at jin is just fantastic. Every team can always do something especially until football. Like i must say i'm very excited. See paraly- and sina think is just a lovely atalanta twenty four years old of think all the players that i'm really excited about watching this is tournament. Most of them are under the players that just want to see dwell pasino another excellent player. I'm mark on audible. The italian his row down his best midfielder syria awards tube around for not spotting that..
"australia netherlands" Discussed on Here & Now
"Deaths? How are things going with the numbers you know what is going well? They're continuing to go down and the government is going to take stock of everything this week. So people are getting more and more confident. Are you expecting? Americans will be able to visit as tourists this summer. You know. I don't think so. France is the world's top tourist country more people whose at France than any other country. Yeah so the tourist industry is GONNA be really hard hit but I would say transatlantic visitors. I don't WanNa say it's not going to be allowed but it's probably going to be discouraged that is NPR's Eleanor Beardsley in Paris eleanor. Thank you thank you Jeremy. Well let's turn now to NPR's Sylvia Pohjola who is in Italy. Sylvia I the stimulus plan. Now it's yet to be finalized and approved but if it is how could it impact Italy well first of all it will restore Italians faith in the e EU now. The plan would also defeat the so-called frugal of four Australia Netherlands Denmark and Sweden if it sticks to the to the idea of grants and not loans because they accused southerners of bad management expending and piling up debts. Now they lost an important ally this week. When German Bundestag President folks contributed he was in the past? Europe's MOST ADAMANT FISCAL HAWK. What he said loans at this moment would only aggravate the situation and heavily indebted countries and the Italian Minister for EU affairs and so amend said this shows that the German leaders have understood that this is a crisis that affects the E. You as a whole of scam. Your Equity Bank. The economy is is I'm endless. Said Germany conducts more trade with the Lamberti inventory regions of northern Italy them with Canada or South Korea European economies are closely intertwined and have to combat the recession. Together and rebuild. Together now the crisis obviously will show whether Europe does hold together but looking at how the pandemic has been handled elsewhere especially in the United States. I think it has restored Europeans faith in the idea of a safety net that provides for citizens all right. Now tell us how things are going in Italy. We've checked in with you several times throughout this crisis but at this point as the country has started to reopen. What does it look like? Well you know just about everything has been allowed to reopen. But also very strict safety protocols There have to be a certain distance between customers and restaurants. There's a limited number of customers who can go to hairdressers you need to make reservations. Lots of things like that but the problem is that many restaurants for example have chosen not to reopen. And that's because the extra cost of the safety protocols and the lack of customers due to the absence of tourism. It just doesn't make it worthwhile. Well what about how Italians are acting with all this? Are they wearing masks? So they still staying away from you. Know the the kiss on the cheek that we see all the time how air kissing has completely disappeared. Social distancing and wearing masks are really the norm the main exceptions have been young people crowds of young people at cafes and pubs during happy hour but nevertheless the overwhelming majority of people here are following the rules. And it's a surprise even to themselves because Italians are the first to admit they're not the most obedient of people's will and as people follow the rules for the most part. Has Italy been able to keep the numbers down in terms of cases and deaths in the reopening? They've dropped down very significant. It took a while. The so-called Plateau was very slow in descending but now the data is very positive even in the hardest hit region and Lamberti. But all thirty say you know. It's crucial to be very careful now. There's great fear of otherwise of another surge in the virus. So you think you're going to see an American tourists in Italy this summer. I'm not sure I think they would be very very welcome. But nobody's holding their breath whether.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on The Streaming Wars
"Ahead of a lot of these companies are US based in just subscribers well. Subscriber market is nothing in comparison to the international market so netflixing go ahead and get footholds and eastern strategic region. There is still be the player and I could see Netflix. Pro possibly losing losing some steam in the US. But it doesn't mean the company's GonNa fail you know it's like on Fox is dead. It's the fact of since they've had this big push for international they're GONNA be complete. We find in this new arms streaming because their competitors wouldn't be so far behind the time by itself is factor. Netflix has that time they have the reach which other companies are going to struggle with. Because you know we've heard Disney pluses announced their first reach outside of the immediate international. The markets opened in which was New Zealand Australia Netherlands and obviously the rest of North America. But they've now we know that they're coming in March to the good chunk of of Europe and the thing is while there will be the ability to have subtitles and things like that and that is something. That's still very common one of the things I've I've noticed at least for some of the shows that I've watched on Netflix. That are from. International markets as Netflix is dubbing. Stuff live action stuff. And that's not something I'm used to seeing not saying it's not out there because I know live action stuff because they know the animation something that's been dubbed for years but I haven't seen very very many international films that are dubbed in the native language and Netflix has been doing that with a bunch of different series and while while Disney could do that and they could easily put because they don't have the amount of content I feel like eventually when they get into the Asian markets and things like that they're gonna be hindered because there's not content specifically for those areas Disney plus is going to have in my opinion just issues creating content specifically for those international markets while a lot of continent Disney produces is well received worldwide. You'll get Netflix. Specifically seeking out content in these smaller markets The most perfect example. I can give that was recent shackled money Heist Kosta propel that show came from Spain conflicts. Picked it up. It became a huge global sensation and it was the dialogue was dubbed in English specifically for the international more for the you know for certain international markets. So the thing is it's something that I could see Disney having problems gravitating towards and really expanding. There's they're going to run into problems of being able to somehow create content specifically for the Japanese market that is still going to resonate with the rest of the world but still falls within the banners the already have breath and I think that's one of the things going from like you said like they just have this. They've realized that the international market is really where they need to be focusing on and a lot out of these announcements. That'd be see we after week after week is that they're they're focusing heavily on the international market because it will take an exorbitant. It will take in a long time for these other services to really get a foothold in these markets. All right so next We have prime video. The only new announcement was that there's a new docu series phosa focusing on the Australian cricket team. That's coming very soon Jumping straight over to apple. TV Plus Apple has announced that they are teaming with Oprah to make a music industry tree assault documentary on specifically dealing with what is described as the invisible war with if you are dealing with assault. This has happened in multiple industries. But if you're dealing dealing with assault it's hard to bring it up when your future is on is in the balance of those exact same people all right then straight over to Disney plus There was his new episodes of the proud family are potentially in the works. According to one of the original cast numbers. There is a new comedy series with Christian Kenilworth Headline. She's headlining the new series. And that's over that's in development over at Disney plus then we have the new star wars themed game show. That's planning on coming in twenty twenty and and if you are surprised by the idea of a star wars game show don't be obviously. The man delorean has been an extremely popular series. They're looking at trying trying to have other star wars content on the service while the clone wars season. Seven is coming in February. They're still going to have the and they've got the one series and they have Casper Dr Series both of those are further out so they need to figure out ways of keeping the star wars fans content with the service and this is what. They've decided they're going to do. They'RE GONNA create a game. Show going back to what Tony talked about. When we were talking about the comedy specials game shows are a very inexpensive way hey to create content as well one of the main reasons why you see so many game shows in the middle of the day on broadcast television because you can produce a lot of them? It doesn't require a lot of time. In some cases you can record to three episodes in one day because it's very easy and the production cost is very low because once you build your set stage age for the actual game show. There's not a whole lot of expense that goes into production outside of whatever the prizes are and things like that. It's one of the reasons since I said why game shows you find so many game shows on normal television during the days because they're just very inexpensive to make so a star wars one. Interestingly the the actor who behind judge or at least the one who was the under the CGI or the character his name was Ahmad. Best will actually be the host for the series so that the show is called star. Wars Jedi Temple Challenge There's not a whole lot of information. About what exactly to expect from it of than Star Wars themed game show there is however Vincent Connections Online in the Fan community about a show called legends of the temple. I believe it was called. It was nickelodeon. Show where you would do these A variety of different challenges and obstacles dealing with some sort of ancient temple and people have made some connections to this if only for the fact that the logo itself health show some vines growing across the temple meaning it could be an ancient temple. So we'll wait and see what it is but again there's there's easy content to create and ends in my opinion. Disney is in a situation where they need more and more content. They have content that they've announced but a lot of the big content that a lot of people are expecting the marvel shows was the other star wars shows. A lot of those shows are further out. Like we've talked about the marvel shows are coming until August September at the very earliest potentially later the other other star wars shows. We know we're getting mandatory and season two but we don't know exactly when that's going to be coming but you would assume it probably further out the currently filming at right now so it's not likely you're going to be seeing that any earlier than at the absolute earliest summer of twenty twenty but I would expect it to be fall twenty twenty so there's a lot of tent pole shows that the service has really been all about and have made a lot of headlines for the series but in the meantime they've gotta fill some of the other holes between now and a lot of those tentpole series so that's what they're.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"And the three thirteen point five kilowatt hour battery costing six hundred and twenty eight million and then the other plan and that will go to like, low income, folks. And then the other plan would be forty thousand homes with subsidies. So this could be at the end of the day ninety thousand homes with each of them with a power wall. That's a very big system that that is over two hundred and fifty megawatts distributed throughout the country. And that again would keep them from having to build peaker plants additional gas plants all kinds of new things. I don't know what it costs to build one of those plants. I don't. If it's six hundred twenty eight million American dollars. Australian it's I don't know. But it, but so far because they've been doing this plan they've attracted three home battery companies to start producing this stuff in, you know, competition always good. Yeah. Yeah. I told you last week that I got the Email. That's coming and then Joshua works. With me. He got the emails. We'll February eleven he's getting his installed. So they've obviously caught up enough with production that they're they're interesting. I wonder if the model three European deliveries will start will like start to impact that. Well, it's a different battery. Right. It's a different battery chemistry. Right. Use that. They're saying there's the lines. Right. We talked. Well, no. If you have one line that's the line. It's a. Ryan's have been sort of. If they were pushing all the lines to do the tesla model three came out. And they've said that they added like two more lines. I think that they I I can't quote because I don't remember the details, but they're pretty set on where they're going. And in fact, they said they're going to be delivery model threes by the indefens- airy to those who bought them initially in Europe. So threes are that means they gotta get on a boat saying, yeah, which means that they gotta be pumping them out pretty soon. I don't know. And are they still having to do a little bit of final assembly to sort of avoid some terrorist? Yeah. They keep the battery pack separate from the car, and they go to the Netherlands, and they're they marry the two and not in Australia. Netherlands, which is probably Holland. So let's admit the sole roof or south the solar of just a quick one here tests, the solar I missed this loss quota was profitable as its two biggest competitors. And the sole roof is starting to be produced in volume so two thousand nine hundred we might actually start to see these which is two years late for me. I actually am on the on the test the website. I have a reservation for celery. How's it going? Oh, so you're not now you're out very built the route from writing to us. And you didn't have to put a deposit or anything on that. That is a good question. So much money. Mogul challenging. So there's a really great little article Hillary pull it up, and where is it? Mobile charging. So I like this little story. It's another one of these this little stores. So mostly what you have here is a three hundred sixty kilowatt battery that they have some codes coming out of that you can charge electric.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"But Promessi these being people don't want solutions. They want your bed won't worst problems because that's their meal ticket and people responded apparently to that. And he did actually win that fight locally and Stephen national and Matthew says. Matthew suggests that national populism serious long-term potential d think it's hicfa goods. Yes. I think it's obvious to me what where many mainstream leadership is coming from. What all the ideas out there to really count to this at the moment is looking across Europe some of the challenges that particularly European countries face all pretty difficult. Kind of whether the social contract that people used to is sustainable. I mean, everyone agrees that it's not. But no one really knows how to adjust it in a way that is sustainable. The migration issue is not gonna go away. I mean, look at your demographics. They need people. But more people has created political backlash. So I don't see it, obviously, disappearing under think the the worrying thing is not clear whether new generation of ideas and lead is comes from to effectively counter what's going on. You're seeing across different Member States in EU take in different ways. I said in in in Holland bingo on for a long time. It's starting to happen in Germany, where the census seems to be struggling to hold onto to view. And again, it's not a coincidence. Softer three or four grand coalitions. Now where people want something else, and that means people turning to the green. He was hunting says the the right in terms of AMD an inference paint. Lapenne pretty close off time Macron. Is struggling he he got in a wave of centuries, but he's struggling to hold out together. And that's the last words to you on this. You of sleep has justed the closer to the beginning of period of political Felicity rather than the end, and that will worry quite lots of people. Well, one of the arguments one of these is alignment what we mean by that is just if you if you disagree with me on everything else about where ethnic diversity and immigration is going to go, and what's going to happen to Europe over twenty thirty years, and how that's gonna make some places feel completely relaxed. But it's gonna scare the hell out of other voters. I made him very anxious. And if you disagree with me about economic arguments about how political systems are changing one thing. You cannot disagree about is the fact that the numbers of voters today across western democracies who feel strongly aligned to one of the main parties has collapsed in Sweden in Germany here in the u k I mean, we we don't see what other European democracies because we have the first part. Supply system, but by the twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen elections where the most volatile in postal history more voters switching ever and ever before. And so the the anchors that once kept the mainstream in a fairly stable position all breaking away. A not means we're going to see more of what Stephen pointed to in Germany. We're gonna see more five saw movements the founded and win elections within ten years. We'll see more Macron's who step outside of the party system and become president in two years. My hunch is the western Europe is going to increasingly fail and at a lot more like central and eastern Europe in terms of the rights of volatility so new policies coming and then even new parties replacing those parties and even new appointees replacing those parties and some academics and friends of mine, Tim Walton Kevin Deegan crafts refer to this as the hurricane season in in politics. And I think actually what we're going to enter into is that that cycle of birth death in replacement maybe not so much. In the UK because as I say, we've got this different electoral system, maybe less than most in the US. Although even there sixty three percents, they want a completely new party. But in France, Germany, Australia Netherlands. We have been for rocky ride. Thank you. We'll be back after this. Today in focus is in new guardian podcasts that brings new closer to our journalism by getting behind the news every weekday. You'll join me and Donna talking to people at the center of the big stories impacting our world will use personal perspectives and expert analysis put you at the heart of what matters listen to today in focus unsubscribe on apple podcast Spotify.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"So Jimmy, Australia Netherlands said, no, you can't come here and talks assistance hair and so live that he went to Sarajevo. He maintains very close links with Bosnian President bekker's, big rich. He went to Sarajevo the party Buston thousands about fifteen thousand Tex live in Germany, Australia Netherlands, and he gave a blazing speech telling them, you know, going work back in those portals, infiltrate the governments. What for protection trusts buccaneer up. He really blazing mutter against your opponent plays incredibly well with his hyme crowds who feel they. Ignored by your appeal. They've been that Europe has been playing halston cold game with them for twenty is saying maybe conjoined, but never quite giving full memberships. I, it's really very powerful election trick for Heiko Maas on this trip has a very big item on his agenda. That's the imprisonment of seven German citizens who've been in jail since that attempted coup back in two thousand and sixteen, what progressive any has he made there. It's really difficult sermon. We, we've seen the release of a couple of German citizens. I the pasta. Don and the Turkish government generally have appeared quite reluctant to give grounds on this. I mean the the jailing of people following the attempts from abroad seems on the critic which is it seems Autry many cases e tens of thousands of people languishing imprisoned since the attempt to twenty sixteen. But when you've you from the streets, when you talk tech people, the anger about the people who organized that co attempt is still really strong on the plays very strong into tons when he's he's seen to his people to be taking tough line against those suspected coup plotters. So it's quite difficult thing for him. Then backtrack and start releasing people in. This is part of the reason why it's been. So it's such a sticky problem. The imprisonment of Andrew Brunson, the the American pasta Thurs difficult to say what progress. Has been made there so far. Okay. Lucinda Smith in Istanbul. Thank you very much for joining us on the globalist..
"australia netherlands" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"Some of them are. Others are doing more jobs around, but but it's quite unbelievable that these people are back in full power. What's been the response to the film so far and Israel. It's really depends of your point of view. People. From a more right wing. I would say Zionist orthodox point of view would say, hey, you know, the movie goes there at the end saying, who won and they said, that's the right thing to do. We want. Okay. So we're happy about the wait ended. People with a more. I would say liberal point of view would say, we can't really understand how we got this point. So it's very strong. I mean, it's had a lot of. Media coverage in Israel since it's being aired on Cable's here. And I one of the things I also like to say about that. He's. It's not only Israel story. It's a story about how people from for extreme ideology and point of view. They set the agenda today and they are in the center of power today, and it's a worldwide phenomenon. It's not only really story, so it's not a lesson at explosive to Israel to this particular moment in time, you know, extremist movement gained strength around the world. I mean, look at Australia, Netherlands, Germany, Hungary, pollen, even, you know, parts of people around the US administration are you would never believe that they will be there. So it's more of the story of how extreme ideology find its way to the mainstream politics. Which really you. Pretty carefully the connection between the the settlement movement today and and the underground movement of the eighties. I mean, you see them as still interconnected. One of the most influence of groups in Israel. Politic political sphere today, if not the most influence a group, of course, is the settlement, and they are really part a significant part of the base of the right, which support both Netanyahu and right-wing parties. And and they moved from me. You know the edge at the nineteen eighty s to the center of power today they have a much stronger affect on what's going on. So the the people of underground like told you, they were not people from the side of the outskirts of of communities. There were people from the center and they hold position of power look. Take, for example, one of them is nickname. He's nicknames zombie and like a he. He was vice mirror the time, and he was in an operation to plant a bomb in the car of of Atlanta mayor. And today he has full access to the prime minister offices. Probably the most influence of settler who operates in the government, which really strong ties and full access to everywhere. And he was in his quad. There were three people. One of them himself. Of course, another one was arrested, and there's a third person who was never arrested and he was interrogated, and he was the only one who knew who was the third person, and he was not willing to give up his name. So this man today works around the prime minister halls, and we walked in prime minister before the Neo. We should say that as well. But he's there really appreciate if you taking the time to talk to us and thanks for letting me watch the film much of a time. I really appreciate it. That was shy. Gall director, the film, the Israeli underground. If you'd like to see the film, keep an eye under local film festival calendar shy plans on touring the US with his film coming months. I'm Sarah Wildman and you've been listening to the ER from foreign policy. Our show is produced by Dan Ephron an edited by rob sacks. Thanks for listening..
"australia netherlands" Discussed on talkRADIO
"An incredibly controversial visit as you say mr dorm husband jailing his opponents he's been jailing journalists he's been really coming out with incredibly harsh rhetoric against other european countries against germany and australia netherlands on and crucially this is coming it's time when he's battling his political future elections coming up in turkey on the twenty fourth of june we're well into campaigning on what's what opponents fear is that mr jesus visit to really polishes image both in the world and the high but more crucially i think let's look at the focus of this for mr ed on it's very much focused on business and economy is one of the key issues here in two kids one of the issues that could really swing votes is one way or the other when it comes to june the twenty four the economy is faltering partly because mr ed don's mismanagement that he's a was i say he's he's making these incredibly strong statements against western allies dot scaring off foreign investment he's also refusing to raise interest rates hair central bank which is sending you know inflation food crisis in the shocks and mr one in the uk he's doing the rounds of uk business leaders trying to persuade into invest in turkey i'm so ready this is this is a very very political very very cagey and money as you say is going to talk and of course the big issues for the whole of europe in terms of edwin as an awful lot millions of syrian refugees still in turkey and he has threatened you know if he doesn't get what he wants from europe he's going to open the floodgates and and allow those people to to leave but it is it is fascinated they're just you know the people all demonstrating against to manage you say who has i mean he's a it's a state of emergency still massive limits on freedom of expression a mass mass arrests imprisonment of media academia judiciary civil servants affording that unsuccessful cave in two thousand sixteen and i'm not a p of the british people but they got a much bigger issue with donald trump it seems it is interesting i mean maybe pasta is this kind of you know of course for obvious reasons people see donald trump up more and he's speaking english now it's kind of it's not surprising but i have to say.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The president has announced additional tariffs on goods coming in from china one of the things the president said few days ago when he had that listening session with twenty four manufacturing sales last month he described the quote unquote unbelievably bad trade deals that we have with other countries and he said this and i'm quoting the deals we have with other countries are unbelievably bad we don't have any good deals in fact i'm trying to find a country where we actually have a surplus of trade as opposed to everything's a deficit while he apparently didn't look very hard because here are the top fifteen countries where we have trade surpluses bahamas oman paraguay brazil the united kingdom egypt dominican republic panama argentina singapore united arab emirates belgium australia netherlands hong kong this carries over to the terminology we use i've already referred to the misleading terminology of protection but one people talk about a favorable balance of trade what does that pagan to me it's taken to mean that we export more than we import from the point of view of our wellbeing that's an unfavorable balance president trump said i'm quoting with china we have close to a five hundred billion dollars trade deficit so we have to do something that means we're sending out more goods and getting fewer in each of you and your private household would know better than that you don't regard it as a favorable balance when you have to send out more goods to get less coming in it's favorable when you can get more by sending out less this to concentrate on a productive side of our lives and to neglect the side of consumption is reinforced by the fact then even for the productive side of our lives the visible effects of tariffs are good the invisible of terrorists are bad even on the productive side i have already referred to the steelcase it's perfectly clear if you restrict imports of steel there are some workers in the steel industry who will have jobs they otherwise would not have the beneficial effects for them of a tariff is perfectly clear if we import less steel foreigners earn fewer dollars they have fewer dollars to spend in this country there are people around the country who will not have jobs not have productive job because exports do not develop here i should not have to spell this out in great detail here in kansas this is a great agricultural state agriculture is one.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The president has announced additional tariffs on goods coming in from china one of the things the president said a few days ago when he had that listening session with twenty four manufacturing sales last month he described the quote unquote unbelievably bad trade deals that we have with other countries and he said this and i'm quoting the deals we have with other countries are unbelievably bad we don't have any good deals in fact i'm trying to find a country where we actually have a surplus of trade as opposed to everything's a deficit while he probably didn't look very hard because here are the top fifteen countries where we have trade surpluses bahamas oman paraguay brazil the united kingdom egypt dominican republic panama argentina singapore united arab emirates belgium australia netherlands hong kong this carries over to the terminology we use i've already referred to the misleading terminology of protection but one people talk about a favorable balance of trade what does that term keagan to me it's taking two main that we export more than we import but from the point of view of our wellbeing that's an unfavorable balance president trump said and i'm quoting with china we have close to a five hundred billion dollars trade deficit so we have to do something that means we're sending out more goods and getting fewer in each of you on your private household would know better than that you don't regard it as a favorable balance when you have to send out more goods to get less coming in it's favorable when you can get more by sending out less.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on WGTK
"The president has announced additional tariffs on goods coming in from china one of the things the president said a few days ago when he had that listening session with twenty four manufacturing sales last month he described the quote unquote unbelievably bad trade deals that we have with other countries and he said this and i'm quoting the deals we have with other countries are unbelievably bad we don't have any good deals in fact i'm trying to find a country where we actually have a surplus of trade as opposed to everything's a deficit while he apparently didn't look very hard because here are the top fifteen countries where we have trade surpluses bahamas oman paraguay brazil the united kingdom egypt dominican republic panama argentina singapore united arab emirates belgium australia netherlands hong kong let's carries over to the terminology we use i've already referred to the misleading terminology of protection but when people talk about a favorable balance of trade what does that mean that we export more than we import but from the point of view of our wellbeing that's an unfavorable balance president trump said and i'm quoting with china we have close to a five hundred billion dollars trade deficit so we have to do something that means we're sending out more goods and getting fewer in each of you on your private household would know better than that you don't regard it as a favorable balance when you have to send out more goods to get less coming in it's favorable when you can get more by sending out last this to concentrate on a productive side of our lives and to neglect the side of consumption is reinforced by the fact that even for the productive side of our lives the visible effects of tariffs are good the invisible effects of tariffs are bad even on the productive side i already referred to the steelcase it's perfectly clear restricting imports of steel there are some workers in the steel industry who will have jobs they otherwise would not have the beneficial effects for them but tariff is perfectly clear but we import less foreigners earned fewer dollars they have fewer dollars to spend in this country there are people around the country who will not have jobs not have productive job because exports do not develop here i should not have to spell this out in great detail here in kansas this is a great agricultural state agriculture.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"australia netherlands" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"australia netherlands" Discussed on The Energy Gang
"We became this capital raising machine as a technology customer facing company at its heart and culture we suddenly had this this working capital cash requirement and that really became son javadi for the next five years and so the wind it forward to the last twelve months of sun javadi we we had we met a partner which was a financial entity that heads raised two hundred million dollars in public capital money and we were going to reverse into that in a reverse ipo that would mean two hundred million does of fresh cash into the business and some javadi good public so very similar to to to an ipo structure but reversing into the money that was already raised and our big bet was we were gonna unit that was the capital the widow timidly get as that balance sheet we had a set of investors that it agreed evaluation which was a very good valuation and it was based on business model and the ability to take that technology and role that i across multiple countries so we had a a vision a plan to take all the ten years of lessons here in the us australia netherlands and belgium which recovered from a european business which is about thirty percent of our sales in the last year and rolled out across multiple countries so is very exciting and it was nearly a reality and oversee we right on our road show when trump got elected surprise to the market any surprises terrible for a deal isn't sure wilson says he will scotia the when it was specifically created sectorspecific wrist risk in extremis that became a dealbreaker for for the company and we were set up for that transaction we were we were really planning on that growth plan and and changing course room that was not a mathematical reality did you know.
"australia netherlands" Discussed on The Interchange
"So that would mean two hundred million dollars of fresh cash into the business and some javadi good public so very similar to to an ipo structure but reversing into the money that was already raised and our big bet was we were gonna unit that was the capital the widow timidly get as that balance sheet we had a set of investors that it agreed evaluation which was a very good valuation and it was based on business model and the ability to take that technology and role that i across multiple countries so we had a a vision a plan to take all the ten years of lessons here in the us australia netherlands and belgium which recovered from a european business which is about thirty percent of our sales in the last year and rolled out across multiple countries so it's very exciting and it was nearly a reality and oversee we right on our road show when trump got elected surprise to the market any surprises terrible for a deal i'm sure we'll see will lucia the when it was specifically created sectorspecific wrist risk in extremis that became a dealbreaker for for the company and we were set up for that transaction we were we were really planning on that growth plan and and changing course room that was not a mathematical reality did you know when trump was elected and it was announced did you know in that moment that the deal and go through i spent the whole night trying to figure out how to persuade a market this would be good for solar and joking apart it's actually.
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