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"cheung kong" Discussed on Get Sleepy
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Cheung Tze-keung - Hong Kong's King Of Thieves
"Week. We discussed chauncey early life. And how his obsession with wealth led him to commit to ransom kidnappings as part of a master plan to extort the ten wealthiest men in Hong Kong? His first target was thirty one year old. Victor Lee the son of Hong Kong's wealthiest man Li ka-shing this week we'll delve into the fallout of lease kidnapping. And how it inspired Chung to go after the forty seven year old property development tycoon. Walter Kwok will also discuss. How an unexpected cooperation? Between Hong Kong and mainland China ultimately led to Chung's demise when sixty eight year old billionaire Li ka-shing into his front door on the night of May Twenty Third Nineteen Ninety six. He was expecting to see his son. Victor apologized for being so late instead. He found himself face to face with the infamous criminal. Forty-one-year-old chauncey calm and four other armed. Men Leave recognized Chung immediately. He was wanted by the police for multiple crimes including two high profile robberies at the Kai. Tak Airport the second of which had been the largest cash robbery in Hong Kong's history. There was hardly a person in Hong Kong. Who didn't know Chung secons name as Hong Kong's wealthiest Man Lee knew? It was no coincidence that the thief had chosen his front door to knock on but nothing could have prepared him for what Chong was about to say. The criminal informed Lee that he had captured his son. Victor and if Lee ever wanted to see him again he would have to pay two billion Hong Kong dollars now. We was stunned. He asked where they had taken. Victor but Chong shook his head and repeated the demand. Two billion dollars or victor was dead. Shaking Lee tried to assess how he could gather the money he knew as well as Chong that if anyone could access billions of dollars at a moment's notice it was him his company. Cheung Kong Industries had made him a multi-billionaire and victor was in line for the throne but Lee wasn't worried about the money or his company. He just wanted his son back on your shortland. A professor in political economy assesses that in kidnapping for ransom cases. The hostage is returned alive about ninety percent of the time on. This is because the kidnapper is usually willing to negotiate in feasible deal can often be reached. Shortland also stresses that when faced with a ransom kidnapper dilemma. One should not immediately give in to the criminals demands. The hostage taker is likely to interpret this as evidence that more money is available and they will continue to up the ransom amount. Instead shortland advises keeping the criminal in the dark about one's financial resources. The captive will typically be released for a fraction of the original demand of course most individuals when faced with a kidnapper. Aren't thinking like rational business people. They're more concerned with the release of their loved. Ones and their minds are racing with worst case scenarios like torture and execution but wittingly or not Li ka-shing did the right thing shaking. He told Chung that he couldn't gather so much money at a moment's notice but he would try to come up with what he could. He certainly didn't give so much money lying about in his home. Leah's Chung if he could go to the bank for a withdrawal but the criminal shook his head this could arale suspicion and possibly alert the authorities when cheeky move on lease part and the whole plan could fall apart Lee understood and said he would do his best but he knew there was no way together that much money from inside the house under the supervision of Chung and his men Lee drained every hiding place and wallet in his home. He tried to come up with enough cash and valuables to satisfy the steep ransom demand. All the while worrying about his poor son finally having exhausted all his immediate resources. Li presented Chung with his loot. He knew it wasn't enough but he hoped Chung would settle for it surely he couldn't be expected together two billion if he wasn't even allowed to go to the bank. Lee watched with dread as the men counted their spoils. They were one billion short. Chung glared at Lea- incredulous. He could hardly believe that. A man as wealthy as Li ka-shing could only cough up half the amount on a smaller scale. Chong himself knew what it meant to be wealthy. His criminal escapades had paid off and his double life was lavish to him. Money was something to gamble with and enjoy and Chong's own home reflected. This opulence but Lee was a different breed. He was shrewd he invested. And he certainly didn't keep two billion dollars lying about his comparatively modest mansion once again. Li explained that he couldn't come up with two billion unless John allowed him to go to the bank and for the first time the criminal considered it he could get away with the full amount. If everything went smoothly but ultimately Chung couldn't risk it. If there was one place he had sworn never to go back to. It was prison. Besides one billion dollars was a lot of money. Five Times the amount he had obtained in his last airport robbery and it was plenty to fund his lavish lifestyle but grudgingly. He agreed to settle for one billion dollars half his original ask. He ordered Li ka-shing to pack up the money for him as Lee placed the cash. In bags he has Chong why he was doing this. Chung replied. I take unconventional steps to get rich. Money is the most important thing in life. But it's only me who can get away with kidnapping tycoons Charleena's men grabbed the bags of cash. Jong delivered a final warning if Lee or victor ever told the police about the kidnapping they would be dead. We nod and watched as the vans sped off into the night. Now all he could do was wait hoping that Chong would hold up his end of the bargain meanwhile victor was locked inside. Chun's hideout just over the border in mainland China. It had only been a few hours since his capture when his captors finally returned they blindfolded Victor and hurried him outside into a van as they drove. Victor imagined the worst. Perhaps they were taking him away to be murdered. His body could be buried somewhere. It would never be found and victor's family would never know why their son had disappeared. It was all too confusing and sickening for victor to come to grips with a few hours later. The van rolled to a stop. The car doors opened in several hands helped victor as he stumbled onto the sidewalk. He felt the crisp night air on his skin has one of his captors began untying his blindfold as it fell away. Victor recognized his surroundings. He was standing in the driveway of his father's house. In deep water. Bay Hong Kong Victor was bewildered. Was He being released? Was his family going to be harmed. He turned around and for the first time. Locked eyes with his captor the infamous Chunky Kong as victor stared at Chung. He could hardly register who this person was and what they wanted but before he could make sense of the situation. Chong stepped forward. He grabbed victor's face leaned in and planted a kiss on his forehead. Then he told victor he had been a good boy and he promised never to harm him or his family again back in his hideout. Chon divided the spoils amongst his comrades keeping forty percent for himself. He was happy that it pulled off. Such a new and brave stunt it was proof to Chung that. His master plan was feasible if he could kidnap the son of the wealthiest man in China and get away with it then he could kidnap anyone especially the rest of China's
"cheung kong" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm meteorologist memos of it fits thirty eight news radio eight forty WHAS our top story to overnight crashes resulting in death the first star I was at thirty second near magnolia street around two o'clock this morning no woman hitting a empty parked car she was treated for injuries suffered in a crash but a baby in that car was pronounced dead after being taken to university hospital it's unknown if that child was in a car seat about an hour later driver rear ending a cement truck on Baxter Avenue near Broadway that's in the vicinity of cave hill cemetary that driver pronounced dead at the scene the cement truck driver wasn't injured the causes of either of those crashes has not been released it's seven oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS five people taken to the hospital after falling ill at a southern Indiana school officials at Madison consolidated high school say two adults and three students started experiencing unspecified symptoms well in the same area all five were taken to a hospital as a precaution in an air quality test was conducted it comes after several students were taken to a hospital last week for a possible vaping related illness following that incident the school said they found a vape nearby and increased monitors in hallways and rest rooms he Lee Hanson news radio wait forty WHAS your Val adding two new residence hall construction are one of them will begin in may in the parking lot of Miller hall of that hall will be torn down and twenty twenty two that new dorm should open in August of twenty twenty one in may of twenty twenty one the university will take down throw killed hall in the new dorm will be built there starting the following month it should be ready for occupancy in August of twenty twenty two both dorms live Fortin fifty beds the projects are facilitated to a ninety million dollar refund from the state Bernie Sanders soaring to a record high approval rating in the latest ABC news Washington post poll and that's bad news for Joe Biden senator Sanders now with a fifteen point lead over Joe Biden with thirty two percent support among Democrats and democratic leaning independents the same poll saying just nineteen percent think Joe Biden as the most likely to be Donald Trump that is half the number who said the same thing last month and a new comer Michael Bloomberg who's yet to appear on any primary or caucus ballot now pulling in third place with fourteen percent behind Joe Biden seventy percent Andy field ABC news so Tennessee lawmakers want the volunteer state to have a bigger role in the presidential nominating process democratic state represent of Jason pal says no state should have a monopoly on holding the first presidential primary and that's why the Tennessee Tuesday act would make the state of Tennessee in our code the first day to go and hold our election on the first Tuesday after new years in twenty twenty four Powell says that he thinks the state better represents the demographics of the country then Iowa and New Hampshire do and a group of friends had one final special memory with one of their own who passed away at a Mister Bungle show in Brooklyn earlier this month they do the ashes of Dakota young on the stage wrapped in his underwear Mr young had purchased a ticket to the show before his unexpected demise the ashes didn't hit anyone and none of the band members seem to notice for more news listen to the daily died the big news stories explain not shouted you can listen to the daily diet each day on the I heart radio after wave you get your favorite podcast your next news update coming at seven thirty I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS had anymore seven oh six okay willing we work with our new partners to be okay why enter on your side election WKYT also probably on your side a Richmond teacher says it was a tough decision but one that had to be made after she returned home leaving behind her job in China where she taught English have you heard the story up under age is she fleeing the the plug yeah yeah care Arvin is her name she started her journey and Cheung Kong in the who by province of China in June of two thousand nineteen she's seventy she understood her about her miles away from the coronavirus epicenter will haunt which is closer than a lot I think you PS won't go within three hundred miles is that right I think so okay I thought the somebody was if it wasn't you pastors one of the major either cargo airlines are commercial airlines that said that they won't service city within I want to say it was three miles of a patient zero okay well the news the buyer she said they're spread slow as you can imagine but within weeks her community was a ghost town which kind of figure out you get was quoted saying it was kind of eerie kind of creepy if you did walk outside it would be very few people whereas in China there's so many people all the time live their lives now there's only a few people on the street no cars going by so basically all these places around I have become a ghost town you know just to try to give you by this is somebody though I mean local enough you know in life living in our Richmond Kentucky and as she talked about her decision finally to leave it was very stressful because my job and China wanted you to stay put and then the day before that was supposed to leave they started cracking down on apartments tore you weren't allowed to leave unless you had a permanent so I had to rush and get that but at the end of the day I want to be more safe than sorry right so she says during her travels back to Kentucky she paced does several medical exams from the Chinese government and the center for disease control the moment she walked off the plane a she's a been cleared of corona virus that's good news and stuff make let's start a new career back home in Richmond that eastern Kentucky university by the way in fact when Americans remaining quarantine at home to patients at Lackland airforce base aren't happy diamond princes passenger gay quarter says there are problems with the housing facilities there at Lackland airforce base we felt a water leak there's a bald eagle does smell that was choking up my chest and that's not a great idea when you're trying to fight this infection all right this quarter goes on to say they're forced to stay inside their room support told on the plane would be able to have regular exercise within the fenced perimeter but now we're not allowed out of our rooms right so she and her husband bill of crystal river Florida say they have no air conditioning it as well more action be taken around the globe nearly three thousand people preparing to get off the cruise ship in Japan now have a what's called a two week quarantine that has been is now over the U. S. evacuated some as you know in Ukraine now also plans is that a plan to evacuate some of its citizens from China all rush is gonna band Chinese citizens starting Thursday from entering the country seven oh nine in news radio eight forty WHAS Democrats going to debate tonight at nine o'clock in the batter and of course so we've talked already a little bit about to Michael Bloomberg who now is in by all accounts the top three with this debate to living tonight give us a place on the stage to we'll talk more about it without like stone a coming up next here on the news radio eight forty WHAS and then in the wake of the SL most we've had here in our community of by two families in the lovely of mothers and daughters and Ryan Newman storylines this past week we need to say respect.
"cheung kong" Discussed on Up First
"Hong Kong citizen. WHO WORKED FOR THE BRITISH CONSULATES HAS Chinese secret? Police tortured him earlier this year accusing accusing him of being a spy for the UK. This man's name is Simon Chang and he told the BBC that he was detained blindfolded and beaten while he was visiting mainland China. Now the British government says it's outraged and it has summoned China's ambassador to the UK to answer questions about what went on for more. We've got Frank Langfitt on the line from London Frank Reminders of the background to S. case. Yeah well this guy. Simon Cheung Kong citizen and he was visiting the mainland actually was detained by police. There he was accused of soliciting prostitution disappeared into the murky detention system. That we're familiar with and was eventually released now. He's just gone public in an interview with the BBC and writing extensively on facebook saying they tortured him. The Chinese police did and try to get him to implicate the UK in helping to incite violent protests in Hong Kong. And of course this is the Chinese Communist Party narrative that shadowy the foreign forces are driving the protests not because of democracy would actually just a week in China Ha- And what specifically Ching accusing Chinese secret place. It's it's really detailed What he has his particularly on facebook? He said that he was blindfolded. Hooded shackled taken to a remote site. He was forced to squat and stand for hours without any sleep. If he moved or he didn't do this. He would either be beaten with batons or forced as punishment to sink China's national anthem. He said that they wanted him to confess to trying to incite I protest. He does admit that he did support the protests that he attended rallies but he says absolutely. He's not a spy so if what he's saying is true. How does that affect affect what we're seeing right now? The standoff between the government. I think what's really interesting to me about this. Rachel is this kind of treatment if true is exactly the greatest fear of Hong Kong protesters testers what triggered the protests initially remember. There was this extradition treaty where people from Hong Kong could be taken to the mainland of based on other charges and and the fear is that this would erode the freedoms that Hong Kong enjoys under the one-country-two-systems of system that went into place in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven And so the idea that this guy could be caught in the mainland and punished for something. He didn't on Kong almost makes the protesters points for them. And and this guy worked for the British government. Effect is this going to have on. London's relationship with Beijing relationships are already pretty bad with with the British says they're outraged by this and they want the UK The Chinese Ambassador UK to come and speak to the foreign ministry China is saying. Forget it you guys need to come apologize to us because you're trying to undermine undermine China So that gives you also sense of how much power the British have in this relationship with a much much larger. Connie all right. NPR's Frank Langfitt reporting from from London. Thanks Frank we appreciate it very welcome Rachel. That is up. I for this Wednesday November twentieth. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Newell King and we would love it. If you start your day with us again. Tomorrow you can subscribe up. I wherever you listen to podcasts in and actually helps the show if you give us a review on apple podcasts and if you like your news on demand check out the NPR one up there you will get a mix of local national and international news wherever you go whenever you want you'll also so here podcast based on what you like download NPR one at the APP store.
"cheung kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You south Korean defense ministry says north Korea's fired two unidentified projectiles between the Korean peninsula in Japan says it is monitoring for possible further launches North Korea says it will never talk to south Korean officials again KCNA report North Korea has no thoughts of to sit across from south Korean officials nor does it have anything to say to them Tokyo report out of a heavy rains now this is a tropical storm closer as many as a six hundred thousand people along the coast have been forced to evacuate or been asked to evacuate hundreds of cancellation of hundreds of flights entrances authorities advise more than half a million people to evacuate their China is now saying that Hong Kong protests that no one country two systems arrangement Hong Kong police say they are not aware of any military plans by China of Hong Kong one of Hong Kong's opposition leaders many ties been freed from jail and Donald Trump a rally tonight to in New Hampshire saying that TPP was a terrible mistake saying that he will not take any cards off the table with China will not lift any sanctions that it is the way to go yeah hi court Gibraltar's ruled the seas are running and super tanker is free to go in San Francisco Ahmed Baxter this is Bloomberg all right does well I'm gonna take it here we're going to get back to our guest with that Mikio quemada executive director global strategist at LGT capital partners Asia Pacific so Mikio let's talk about Hong Kong what's going on here aside from outside town going center where we do have reports that somebody is scaled the Cheung Kong center here where we are broadcasting and put up the peace banner for between China and Hong Kong given the turmoil that is happening here we'll get an update on that in just a minute but you know we're getting different comments coming from different leaders Carrie lam you know a week or so ago saying you know the protests are having a bigger impact on the economy the Asian financial crisis and then we have the financial secretary Paul Chand yesterday saying you know we're going to have two point four billion dollars in stimulus but it's not because of the protests what's going on and how damaging is it well it's certainly not a very positive for the for the Hong Kong economy I would be rather reluctant to say whether it's worse than the financial crisis at this point given back you know we had a great global recession in crisis but it's certainly not a good outlook for their local economy which relies increasingly also on their retail sector I guess you could make the collateral however that yeah well know that it's ringing forward I mean if you know if the autonomy basically goes away and then twenty forty seven this is just brought forward that scenario right yeah I would be cautious about such predictions let's see what happens I mean right now there's a lot of politicians talking the their situation seems to be had to have calmed down somewhat on the side of the intensity of the protests which have admittedly guard a bit out of hand then recently with the events of the airport where you have some some by then some form decided the protesters as well so I would give it some time to see how it plays out not take everything at face value that is being sent okay well how are things shaping up in Japan following disappointing earnings well good that the man she earnings and their Japan is actually the only market would read recently decided to increase allocations to we believe that general the global outlook isn't that bad or as bad as it seems given current headlines and the Japan bridges was basically based on and how the cyclical rules set that we have decided to adopt a few years ago to identify the markets where fundamentals have gone way out of whack from in a positive way from from the perceived market perception so we tried to identify severe I'm devaluation cases and this is the case with you and just to give you an example with earnings since the beginning of a trade war the Japanese stock market has performed an allied with the emerging markets in Asia Mar and Asia Pacific I eat doubt about that about fifteen percent somewhere there are what about the same time it is the only major markets where companies have actually managed to continue to grow already the only market other than the US that he is where you also have the tax reform which boosted earnings in addition so always doing actually quite well and it's being treated as an emerging market where earnings are in deep down wires earnings are up so we think this under valuation gap by will be close by markets are over time but isn't there the risk if any strengthens that could be a big negative and and that is a distinct possibility very quickly would you say well it is a possibility but the end has already strength and then the Japanese companies and managed to increase earnings despite the rising yen over the past couple of years despite the global slowdown and despite the trade war so if we have any sort of easing from the central bank or indeed a bottoming what the global economy Japanese earnings should do very well given that they've managed to quite.
"cheung kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Four percent tesla is cutting nine percent of its workforce this move underscores the mounting pressure faced by ceo elon musk to show the electric car maker can turn a profit one day layoffs will almost entirely involve salary employee's shares in china's z t e corporation are trading off by more than thirty five percent at this hour in hong kong this is after the company reached a sweeping settlement with us authorities c t e agreed to pay one point four billion dollars in total penalties also in hong kong cheung kong infrastructure is offered to buy the australian gas pipelines company apa group for price of nine point eight billion us we have shares in apa trading up by more than twenty three percent and russia is said to be planning to propose that opec and its allies be allowed to return production to october twenty sixteen levels we are told russian thinking is to rollback most but not all of their output cuts within three months wti crude oil is trading at sixty six dollars we check markets every fifteen minutes here on bloomberg the nikkei is up one tenth of one percent hang sang weaker by one half of one percents shanghai composite is down nearly one half of one percent no trading in seoul given a holiday and in sydney asx two hundred weaker by one half of one percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg president trump and north korean leader kim jong un have agreed to pursue complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula in historic summit just after david westin spoke with sam nunn co chairman of the nuclear threat initiative authentic winston churchill might say if he were observing that this was the beginning of the beginning this is not anywhere near the completed agreement i'm sure it can be attacked from the right and from the left and it will be but if you look where we were six months ago heading toward possible war with hundreds of thousands if not more kill and you look where we are now i think there's been progress and i think there's hope here.
"cheung kong" Discussed on WDRC
"The program to bring it up to twenty four thousand five hundred dollars a year that's a lot of money and that really does add up over time and compound over time so these tax privileged accounts and the ira's of course allow you to put up to five thousand five hundred plus another thousand making it sixty five hundred fifty you're older you can also have a spousal ira if your spouse is a homemaker as long as it's covered by your income your spouse can also develop an ira program that's one of the better developments that came out of the legislation on the tax privileged accounts so this is something that paves the way for you get you started on this whole idea of saving and investing with the objective of someday getting to that land of critical mass and it's a great place to be it's a fantastic place to be and of course here we are on the day that yonggang is going to land somewhere on planet earth we don't know where the window for those of you listening live has just opened at four o'clock eastern one o'clock pacific the best window i've seen comes from the european space agency that window is between four pm and midnight eastern one pm nine pm pacific and according to the european space agency time long cheung kong which translates to heavenly palace which is or has been for the past seven years the chinese space station which was launched in september of two thousand eleven and it's scheduled to strike earth or what's left of it striker sometime during this eight hour time line according to the european space agency and this has been an active space station for china's since september of two thousand eleven it had three aboard no longer a body aboard any longer and it's it's pretty big i point four tons of weight now much won't be left when it strikes earth today or tonight the odds of yonggang landing on you right on you are one in two hundred ninety two trillion one in two hundred ninety two trillion so it's not likely and we certainly hope it doesn't happen because i don't know if you'd survive it if it did now it has passed or will pass over california over southern nevada probably over right here right here in las vegas probably right over las vegas and then continue on its way it's a very fast that orbits sixteen times a.
"cheung kong" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Sometimes this rock usfunded aerospace corporation estimates cheung kong one will reenter the atmosphere during the first week of april give or take a week fits a great thing we don't know where and we don't know when we just no it is just keep looking up yo the european space agency says the module will come down between march 24th in april 19th that's a ready wider wins over eddie to talk about not being able to commit europe's a three week window their input in 2016 china admitted it lost control of it and it would be unable to perform a controlled reentry so oh well dang it no already or hopeful i need a lot i am hopeful this land in the ocean what's 75 percent at a seventy percent threequarters of the world's well area now wait a covered by water wait a minute you and i grew up in the fact with seventy percent of the earth serve gorilla water and they'll gore's greg repreived 95 percent so we probably only have a thorough sin chance because all the sea level rise right statement from aerospace said there was a chance that a small amount of debris from the module will survive reentry and hit the earth small donny maury about it this negligible if this should happen inning surviving debris would fall within a region that's a few hundred kilometers and size so what does that mean it's at a million miles or is it three inches i don't know what that we don't have any i stop talking and kilometer talk that just doesn't make any sense to anybody i mean literally like math majors come on what are we like foreigners or something no or not were americans speak american but then you're pipe aerospace warned that the space station might be carrying oh good also said yeah and okay so we are aware we don't owe win and side note it might contain a highly toxic corrosive fuel called hydrazine and.
"cheung kong" Discussed on Z100
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"cheung kong" Discussed on Mixergy
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"cheung kong" Discussed on KOIL
"Patch solid as a rock communist kuntzel this is the sean hannity show i said minutes accused at noon and was at one accusations that too i think there has to be john conyers is an icon in our country he's done a great a great deal to protect women bought violence against women act which left wing right wing is now quoting the as praising him for his work on that and he did great work on that the the allegation against congressman conyers as we have learned more since sunday or serious disappoint disappointing very credible spare said at the brave woman a pam four year old justice i pray for congressman pine ridge than his family and wish them well pal ever congressman congress should resign these statement which i'm sure all of you off are aware of at this juncture calling on the congressman's to resign first of all it is not up to nancy pelosi nancy pelosi did not elect the congressman initially surest hail won't be the one still the congress in the to leave that decision will be completely up to the congressman he's not thought about that he's thinking about his health he's thinking about getting wale that is the may focus of the family record her air ordinary men uh for britain who shall pass the market is much too i have uh here at edwin of him by homeless boy cheung kong the third he will peres uh two new congress and i i'm very proud of the fact that i haven't been seeing of the and the that i will continue yes i'm eric hines a vote putting retirement plans together as a rely more evolved path uh very soon and i'm gonna get some clarity here and i think i do have it before the record for those may not have understood offered what you said is that you've very confident in your legacy you are today at this time at this moment in this curious preparing for your retirement a day in which you are not prepared to annouce at this moment.
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"Bbc world service it's eight house gmt welcome to weekend with julie morio nick coming up on the program president donald trump flies to the philippines for the asean leaders summit we ask a senior philippines politician mr trump dogged by president do teti wait grab being our caller port personality after having a caller for kgb horta might hit just get along also who will be this year's african footballer of the year and can robots redesigned to know what it's like to feel pain throughout the program i have two guests with me judith matlock american journalist author and professor the columbia graduate school of journalism in new york and me here bows indianborn british writer and broadcaster that's what we've seen up now the world news i shall allow sheri's seen president trump and north korea have resumed their war of words have appealed nuclear means program north korea cool mr trump dotan heart and insisted it would not stop nuclear buildup mr trump is on a tour of asia posed by he was being insulted thing old correspondent mark lohan reports in its first official response to donald trump's asia tore north korea's foreign ministry has called it a warmongers visit that laid bare his true nature as a destroyer of world peace and stability and begged for a nuclear war slamming mr trump's denunciation of north korea's wag the statement spoke of reckless remarks by doak tart like trump adding that it would never stop pits right just nuclear build up the president in vietnam wwas john luhn in by calling me old when i would never i call him short and fat president trump has held talks in hanoi gda amis counterpart cheung kong on the pronouncements solve if his asian tool at a joint news conference mr trump praised vietnam's economic reforms and stress the importance of fair chun died quang said the visit was a milestone in europe the means relations and promised close cooperation to maintain peace and stability in the region the spanish prime minister maria neira hoyes due to visit catalonia later on sunday two weeks after he imposed on role in response to the kathleen government's unilateral declaration of independence james reynolds has this report during his brief visits the prime minister may choose to stay well clear his opponents glonas pro independence movement they've just held a mass rally of their own to call for the release of a number of catalan politicians remanded into custody on charges the early catalan elections in december will be a chance for each side here to test the balance of power following last month's disputed independence referendum i add.
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"The stock finish late trading in the state's up about one percent hong kong market said i penned high let's get the latest he'd find cat has in hong kong bank thank you very much juliet the hang seng index is moving up about seventy three point sets a quarter of 1 percent up china's stocks listed here also up by a similar margin little bit of softness in shanghai the composite they're down one point a little under attentive one percent the taiwan market as you mentioned earlier has had a pretty nice rebound up seventenths of 1 percent i was taken a look at some of the apples suppliers and they've had a bounce today apple if you miss this on wall street up one point seven percent and some of the asian companies out here a c technology up four percent horn high one and a half percent peggy drawn up two and a half percent and tsmc up about one percent so little bit of rebound there a bad day for mandarin oriental though the stock down twenty nine percent after a mandarin oriental came out and announced that he was scrapping the sale of the excelsior hotel in hong kong he said bids failed to meet is expert katif's now that this may cast a bit of a light on champion read and some of the other uh property companies here not least of which lead kashing's cheung kong property they were in talks for a sale of a large buildings same thing for champion read so you may see some pressure on those stocks of it later round the rest of the region the nikkei is down on four tenths of one percent the sx 200 down a similar margin and looking at the kospi it is trading flat is for the day dalian forty three the euro added dollar seventeen janet yellen saying that it looks like the rates he definitely moving up in december i mean that was what was taken from her a commentary and so asian currencies down k r w the south korean one off about a quarter of a percent.
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"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg daybreak asia writer writer right eight thirty in the morning here in hong kong tuesday and david and i've ryan curtis we've got training under way throughout much of the region sure the few markets to open up not least of which cheung kong in shanghai coming up in about an hour or so here we see some selling across the region now but it's a fairly muted actually even have the sx 200 little bit tyre in in australia the kospi down about a third of one percent so we'll watch these markets closely you in khorasan will step in in a moment but for now the top stories of the hour right let's start things off here would kemp china updates here the company appears to be running into a bit of trouble with its planned purchase of swiss agrochemical giants agenda we're told you gentle has postponed a seven billion dollar bond offering that's actually designed to refinance part of that forty three billion dollar takeover by the chinese state on giant now what can happen is that should dens of plans to return to the market to sell these senior unsecured bonds hopefully in the coming months well a warning from rubber on raj on who is the vicechair of the bank for international settlements and of course the former reserve bank of india governor of he says there is some fragility and financial markets especially in longterm bonds as central banks tighten policy beef accommodation withdrawn at a measure flip case i think that it is possible colette the air out of some asset prices without causing enormous disruption but of course if the pace of withdrawal has to meet dayton because fund forcing contingencies then of course you can get sharp or price reactions so a modest warning of sorts john commented in an interview with bloomberg television a former hsbc forex trader is facing fraud charges but he's defending that his trades are quote business as usual what's that about that's get it over to remain essential a lawyer four mark johnson calls the charges quote a governmental mistake and says johnson's actions were consistent with industry practice prosecutors in a brooklyn federal court accused johnson of using his skills to turn a three and a.
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"Mixed picture for asian trading the dollar weaken during the new york session given the mower headline we were down one tenth of one percent in the bloomberg dollar spot index and we are weaker by just about the same amount the yen right now trading around one ten euro one eighteen seventy seven we're seeing weakness in the nikkei by about three tenths of one percent the kospi just turning negative by less than one tenth of one percent and in sydney the sx 200 all down about one tenth of one percent crude oil holding above forty nine a barrel and the yield on the us 10year treasury trading in tokyo at a yield of two point two two percent juliette over to you well hong kong billion lake us shing's two biggest companies that reporting higher any smaller on that from blame bags of on man first half earnings that flagship seeking hutchison reporting net income grew seven percent to two billion dollars that's certainly below the average analyst's estimate for the company but businesses including phone services retail and utilities meantime underlining profit at cheung kong property climbed fourteen percent lease wealth has increased by nearly six billion dollars this year at this businesses benefited from rising hong kong property prices and a pickup in europe's economy he says he's cautiously optimistic about the future yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia hong kong we're gonna talk about japanese automakers now because toyota and mazda are said to be nearing a deal to buy stakes in one another right now in tokyo trading toyota shares higher by onehalf of 1 percent mazda's shares are better by five percent we are also told these two would jointly build at one point six billion dollar plant in the us to make sport utility vehicles this would be a mazda crossover along with toyota corollas and is bloomberg's needs pellegrini tells us there are a lot of other reasons for these automakers to deepen their relationship mazda has been struggling to keep up as the auto industry consolidates in it's one point five six million annual car sales pale in comparison to toyotas ten million on top of that none of mazda's cars are made in the us and that could landed in big financial trouble if the us where to clamp down on imports mazda also legs in the electric vehicle industry but its gross margins in return on invested capital are some of the highest in the industry and for toyota tired but also help its effort to beat volkswagen and gm and dominate the global auto industry we're told mazda's board.
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"Retail and utilities meantime underlying profit at cheung kong property climbed fourteen percent lease wealth has increased by nearly six billion dollars this year at this business has benefited from rising hong kong property prices and a pickup in europe sakani he says he's cautiously optimistic about the future yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia hong kong from hong kong we go to china and the called it it's kind of bullish if you look at the chinese equity market from shanghai chongyoung investment company now the firm's president one king says he is expecting the equity market on the mainland to rally and he goes on to say that the d leveraging shock in china is behind us as far as market pack is concerned the most wireless the face of this kind in style is a war even so wang tells us regulators will continue to put pressure on chinese companies incidentally wong's track record for making calls is pretty good his company is the oldest hedge fund in china it's return nearly three times as much as the equity benchmarks have david yet positive tone there he asked me outlets they in shiny hair a dead because the country said to be ready to retaliate of the us steps up trade dispute over intellectual property or other issues were told limiting us soybean imports to china which is a fairly big chunk mind you may be the first response from beijing autos aircraft rare earth wada keys have also been identified as potential categories but bloomberg's dan moss says even if this happens it doesn't mean were actually in a trade war if the investigation goes ahead and if there is a negative finding an if the decision is to impose tariffs doesn't it have to be that way but if it is of course china has to respond but they'll do it prudently either st president shave and framing away talking about it on waiver most moss points out chinese leaders are likely focus and keeping things on a even keel ahead of the 19th party congress that happened later this year seven minutes past the hour here on daybreak asia time to get you caught up on global news ed baxter standard bind the bloomberg 960 newsroom in san francisco ed this was quite a shocker when hit the tape on the bloomberg terminal special counsel robert muller kind of widening the scope he's empaneled a grand jury yeah you talk about moving markets a it it's.
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"You you just happened to be the person that that had to be asked to be the till a depart from the company and be laid off uh this no fault of your own uh we cheung kong like give your fired where india and if you're fired that is you know because it was something that was your your your your fault underperformed may be or reforming tissue or or whatever whatever whatever did probably performance issues the most common and the reason why i think that's important to know is because uh one thing is i think an emotion you might feels like is it my fault what did i do wrong and with it being laid off in in it you need to know that it's not your fault don't feel bad just this is not your fault that it's okay and the other thing is a kind of a a legalistic distinction is uh if you are laid off you are a eligible for unemployment yes so if you're laid off you're eligible for unemployment insurance and if you're fired you're nuts and i and i will talk about unemployment churns later on the other thing i did was i was reading about other people's experience getting laid off i just kinda wanted to understand what happened other people and can learn from their experience so what our next steps what i need to do one thing is uh and he's the sign up for unemployment asep unemployment insurance uh so this is a might just be a us specific thing uh but unemployment insurance is basically a kind of a social safety net uh in the united states where you're paid uh you're you're given some some some key at money basically uh after your laid off to help you as you transition into getting another job but the the the key thing here is your unemployment pale does not begin the day you were laid off it become a begins the day you sign up for unemployment insurance to you want to sign up for that as soon as possible.
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"To promote that blood argument but i'm sure on his capable enough to respond to such economists statements that was professor nasa howdy no for tehran university though plan for the latest addition of our china desk without beijing correspondent john sudden were irregular slowly which we aim to bring more chinese stories to act and to give you a bit more in the way background and context while this week we're talking about debt a longrunning concern but one recently given renew prominence when the global credit ratings agency moody's cut china's rating for the first time since 1918 on while this week i'm not at my own china desk puts sitting here at the desk of one of china's leading economists professor xu chung gang professor xu you've taught it at san jose average at the london school of economics at hong kong university but at the moment you're a professor of economics at beijing's cheung kong graduate school of business and today we're going to be talking about one of the elephants in the room when it comes to almost all stories about the chinese economy and that is china's levels of debt tell us first of all how big a problem is the tied at gdp racial could be as high as two hundred eighty percent so then the diet level is going to be 25 lawfully or twenty eight trillion us dollars that's that's a huge amount of money owed by who to who most delay by the government so when we talk about the government's fear way of five for two major agencies why is the government is south the other is the state owned enterprises how worried she should we be everybody knows now of course the financial crisis in the in the western world was caused by bad debt could something similar happened here indeed they are some similarities but when we look at china will have a a similar phenomena but not in the household sector instead in the local government sector if huge amount of long's are in the form of a bank loans backed by land as collateral so we have a huge amount of local governments are in deep trouble and the reason they are in deep trouble is exactly because the landmark eighth is in very bad shape and their loans are backed up by the land.