23 Burst results for "China America"
Roberto Azevêdo quits as WTO chief a year early
"The financial analyst and broadcaster. Lewis Kipah Good morning to you. Louise Morning Georgina. Big News from the World Trade Organization. Yes so the World Trade Organization is in the midst of an existential crisis that has just been made considerably worse because the head the boss of the WTO has just stepped down Roberto as US Bit of a surprise departure the World Trade Organization's been existence for twenty five years. It's been battered by president trump's criticism. It's been facet by the China America. Trade war it's been well. It's functioning has been significantly damaged by president trump's failure to allow another judge to go into court appellate body the judges world trade disputes that that Appellate Body Body doesn't have enough judges on anymore so is failing to function and of course now we've got the krona virus which is going to cause global trade according to WTO to full by about thirty percent this year. Which is catastrophic. Global trade has been increasing gear off year after year for decades. And you've got to remember. The origins of this came out of the Second World War. The push economist may not canes out of the desire to create a way for disputes. To be. You know. Get disgust rather while than anything more serious. And I'm a believer in free trade. I'm believe with the benefit that it does to us. Free Trade and there's plenty of economic rationale for the huge benefits to be accrued for for free trade and this is really quite depressing and really quite worrying about the future of this body that has done so much to improve the economic lives of so many around the world and is there anyone in the frame to take over who would want the job. Frankly he would want I mean on top of that we've also got the row currently between trump although he seems to row with everybody and Beijing about the phase one of the China. Us trade deal and he wants to go back and negotiate it. I mean frankly. I looked today as one. Commentator said it's not worth the paper it's printed on but even so it was something that could be waived as a sign of conciliation between the two sides.
"china america" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell completed it listen to the arguments we voted for it's in the rear view mirror democratic leader Chuck Schumer Democrats walked out of the Senate chamber with their heads held high because we sought the truth we did everything we could to get the truth Eric in people believe that I knew we were fighting for the truth I know it to this day the only Republican to break ranks Utah's Mitt Romney who voted to convict on abuse of power on the Senate floor before the vote he said he believed the president used his influence to get the new leader of Ukraine to investigate the former vice president and his son is no question in my mind that were their names not biting the president would never have done what he did Ronnie voted to acquit on obstruction of Congress the results of Monday's Iowa caucuses still not complete as of now is former mayor but a judge is a hair ahead of senator Bernie Sanders with ninety two percent of precincts reporting good judges in the lead by just nine tenths of a percentage point with Warren in third and former vice president Joe Biden and fourth Sox's Jackie Heinrich two more planes full of Americans of taking people out of war Han China will be kept in quarantine on military bases in California medical personnel have been screening monitoring and evaluating these folks every step of the way including before take off during the flight and following a rival doctor Henry Wong with the centers for disease control and prevention there are twelve confirmed cases of corona virus in the U. S. five hundred eighty people have died in China America is listening.
"china america" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"In China America is listening box an officer involved shooting being investigated to sign a state I'm Gregg Paul fantasy news it also involves shooting I shut down the whole highway in both directions from Camino Verde to east of Tucson estates to sun PD and payment county sheriff's department swat teams were involved in the shooting no law enforcement officers were injured in the incident the ninth US circuit court of appeals ruling against Arizona's ballot harvesting law that bars anyone but a family member or care giver from returning another person's early ballot the court was divided in its seven to four ruling that said the law violated the voting rights act the constitution and had the discriminatory intent of suppressing turnout among minority voters Republican lawmakers who supported the twenty sixteen legislation argued the practice of political organizer's Turnagain ballots could allow for fraud Arizona Attorney General mark Burnett said he will appeal the case to the U. S. Supreme Court I'm Gregg Paul Kane is T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk this is Stacey on her motorcycle this is Stacey off her motorcycle does this have sucralose Senate on her motorcycle for motorcycle it's pronounced at cetera not accent or a now you're better on your bike with basic policy starting at seventy five dollars in here call today a progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company will bring in for basically in all states finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack but not with zip recruiter it's powerful technology actively fines and invites qualified candidates to apply to your job so while other companies might deliver a.
"china america" Discussed on KNSS
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Trump Renews Trade War as China Talks End Without a Deal
"As it seemed China and America were on the verge of striking deal. The trade war has deepened at midnight in Washington. Friday at noon in Beijing America announced an increase in tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods earlier in the week, President Donald Trump had appeared sanguine, by the way, you see the tariffs would because Because they they broke broke the. the. They broke the deal. I look president. She is a friend of mine, great guy. But he he's a giant. I'm for the USA. I'm for the euro. So. Where they come into Morrow. Whatever happens don't worry about it all work at you know, why it always those all worried about just one week ago. The general expectation was that it wasn't nearly done deal. Simon Rabinovich is our Asia economics editor based in Shanghai. Steve Mnuchin the US Treasury Secretary had said that negotiations were in their final laps basically out of nowhere on Sunday. Donald Trump tweeted out that China was trying to renegotiate the deal that then kicked off several days of frantic speculation about what exactly had gone wrong. Wyatt had gone wrong. Whether or not talks that were scheduled for this week where we're even going to take place. Now, we did have a Chinese delegation start talks in Washington yesterday. The lead trading cheaters from both countries met for talks and then for dinner. That's the good news. The bad news. Is that overnight America went ahead as Donald Trump threatened and ratcheted up tariffs on imports from China? So here we are today with talks still ongoing, but under the cloud of the higher tariffs and the Chinese response, which is that it is going to follow up with retaliation.
Crossing the ts: China-America trade talks
"Trade talks between America and China appear to be entering an endgame discussions between the two countries will resume this week. After a tit for tat trade war that has cast a shadow over the world economy detail on what's been discussed so far has been vague. But the mood music from both camps has been positive. The Chinese have spoken of tangible progress Steve Mnuchin, America's Treasury Secretary says the talks are in a final laps and President Donald Trump who last week suggested a visit from his counterpart Xi Jinping could be on the cards has played up the significance of any agreement. Would be one of the I guess it is and you think about it because deal ever made they can't be deal. This no matter where you look they can't deal like this. This is this is the granddaddy of them all this week. The American officials have gone to Beijing. Samantha canes are US economics editor we've got probably lighthizer the United States trade Representative. He's going and also Steve Mnuchin is Treasury Secretary. So both sides have been fairly tight lipped about how things are coming along for as much as you know, how are things coming along. Well, we've been hearing some positive noises coming out of the talks there was an Email from the White House describing the content of this week's discussions, and so they going to cover trade issues, including intellectual property forced technology transfer non-tariff barriers agriculture services purchases and infotainment. It does sound like a fairly broad palette of stuff that they're there. Talking about what are the most important ones in which the stickiest ones as you said they've been Feddie tight lipped about what exactly is going on. Although we have been getting some signals of of what is very important to the China hoax within the Trump administration. So Robert lighthizer has made a big fuss over enforcement, and historically that has been a problem whereby the Chinese will make promises, and then they'll not actually implement them what they need to find some mechanism where the Americans can actually trust the Chinese will do they say they're going to do in that they can hold them to account. What that means in practice is that the going to be to king about one. What circumstances that would have to be full the Americans to be able to punish the Chinese? So what would allow the Americans to be able to apply more tires on China? And then to how quickly will the existing. Tariffs on China, the removed that is I think a huge bone of contention, obviously, the Chinese won't the tariffs in place to be removed overnight immediately and the Trump administration saying, hey, not so far. I we need some sort of carrot to give you the incentive to what she fully through. We take these off immediately. What incentive do you have to do any further reforms? Steve Newton has hinted that talks renting entering the final stage for his part. President Trump has been hinting Xi Jinping could be visiting the White House very soon. The White House is a place of history seventeen ninety nine that's a long time. Now when president she comes from China, and I say seventeen ninety nine he thinks that's a modern house because their culture is very very old five thousand years is this talk of a visit from Mr. g and overture we can or should read anything into. I think we should I think that speaks to the strong desire of President Donald Trump to see a deal that a talk this week. They're going to be another round of talks next week as the Chinese are going to come to Washington doesn't of reluctance on the Chinese side to sign up to an official summit between the two heads of state before the final deals announced they want to avoid embarrassing situation of essentially present she coming to the USO meeting the President Donald Trump from tiny round of the Nelson saying saris. No good enough. So that waiting until the -ffective goat the outline of a deal before they range that summit. Interestingly it does. Look there is an opening in the president's schedule between his trip to Japan in late may on his trip to the UK in early June. So there are a few days that that could be used as schedule in this summit, but I think. These next two weeks of Tokes. We'll get better signals of whether that summit is going to happen over the course of this. There's there's been hints and various reports, that's you know, talks could collapse at this point. And this is a crucial point four for them. Is there any sense that the the talks could still collapse altogether? I don't know I think given the generally positive tone of the two sides. I think it's much more likely that the tools are delayed rather than that they collapse. I think it is possible that they do some kind of deal and then at some point down the line fee Americans judge that the Chinese broken the rules in they tried to use this mechanism put tires back on relations sour again. But I think now given the noises from from the president he does want to be seen to be the steelmaking in chief be very surprised if we don't get some kind of summit at some point in the near future. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks.
"china america" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR is on immigration. Arizona's Senator Martha mcsally agrees with President Trump. There's an emergency at the border. I share the president's goal. I share his frustration. And I really wish it didn't come to this Senator mix. Sally say he agrees with President Trump's choice, but tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos, she doesn't think it should have played out. Like this. I prefer that didn't come to that. I preferred at congress do our job and stop playing political games with something that used to be bipartisan, which is border security. She says those working on the border have expressed their needs. And now it's time for congress to listen Taylor interrupt KTAR news, the latest now on the proposed creation of a statewide DNA database in Arizona for healthcare workers and others. Opponents are saying this is a very bad idea. A DNA data breach could compromise. Our most sensitive. Information if by night, you know, about to your players to assure as companies tied didn't he save ACLU of Arizona policy director, Durell hill, also says the Bill violates the fourth amendment on unreasonable searches and seizures the Bill would require patient care professionals to submit their DNA in light of the hacienda healthcare scandal. Use of solving crimes is limited by ability to collect crime scenes, not by the number of profiles in any database hill says law enforcement can get warrants to collect DNA. Peterson more KTAR news more valley. Children are be effect are being affected by a venereal disease. Dr Rebecca sunshine, China America county health department says last year thirty babies were born with syphilis that they got from their mother. This rate has doubled in the last two years, and it's sixty percent higher than the national average and has been higher than the national average for many years about forty percent of the babies die from the disease. Sunshine says expect..
"china america" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Eighty one passes did about eighty seven thousand miles of Mars, the cool of to that comedy is siding. Spring. Nasa Morris fleet is positioning now to get some up close shots of the comet the curiosity Rover. And the odyssey Rover was both observed and Anastas Mars orbiters will collect information about it. As it flies by eighty seven thousand miles a close, call for more. Nearly a collision years now. Fire on the water, China America and the future of the Pacific is the new book by Robert Patrick writing about the not just the pivot to Asia, the rebalanced to Asia, but all of the pieces involved with it, historically strategically operationally the weapons that are available to both China and the United States, the people part of this Robert is the part we haven't discussed, and it's probably the most important part as we think and talk about what happens from here on out. We are where we are as we sit here in October two thousand fourteen but time marches on and it strikes me that the only important element of this is certainly not that the China and the United States have a relationship that goes in one direction or another. There are a number of important players here. Russia is China's neighbor and Russia is at least in by proxy. Our adversary quasi. Adversary via Ukraine right now. Australia is very heavily involved with China's trade partner and as a neighbor in the Pacific. There are a number of countries. In South Asia, India's the world's largest democracy and shares border with China. When we throw all of those pieces into the cauldron and stirred around a little bit. Robert, what are the pieces of that that rise to the top in your view as the most important things to consider when we think about how we're going to move forward. Vis-a-vis China Francis. That's an excellent question. And I want to stress that what I discussed in. My book is not a war is certainly not a war plan. It's it's a plan to manage a an open ended a security competition in the region and keep it peaceful and. The most the best asset the best and most important asset that the United States has is it's hearts friends, the allies partners in the region. And that's something that that the US has and the China for the most part wax. And and it's a great competitive advantage for for the US in the situation. Do we have any sense also that China intends to change its methods of doing business to alter that anytime in the future? We've seen reports that they're going into Africa to try to find energy, and they're leading bad taste in the mouth of the people with which they're doing business in Africa. I mean at some point in time, it strikes me that people will realize that they have a method of operation that's distasteful to everybody. But then and that will work to our advantage. Why certain would agree with that? But China China's economic interaction it's economic penetration. With other countries. Try Chinese leaders and strategists see that as a as a tool for for China Chinese leverage with with these relationships, and of course, a try Chinese goal to to try to break up or weaken, the US partnership and alliance system, and and the US will have to use clever, and and more active diplomacy in order to Takada racked that that that Chinese gambit we've learned within these last weeks that Australia is conducting negotiations with the Japanese government to buy submarines from them. And that the other elements the other players in that cauldron that I alluded to a moment ago are very actively working amongst themselves and with each other too. Try to figure out where they fit into this strategy of cooperation or containment or accommodation or whatever you wanna call it regarding China, can we expect that to accelerate exponentially in the coming years as the United States role in the pivot to Asia. And so on becomes less clear because we don't have any sign that it's becoming more clear, Robert. Yes. So there's certainly a lot of bilateral and multilateral security. Arrangements security cooperation activities occurring within the region that the United States is is not involved in. And this is not necessarily a bad thing. The region for so many decades, maybe even centuries has been marked by distrust..
"china america" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Of. Of of how you can use a long range striking assets to project power by safe distance. And and in in the case of China's scenario that we've discussed here be able to do. So from a range that China wouldn't be able to threaten the basis as much as you watched forward basis in the western Pacific are we'll be under threat under current plans. Do we have the inventory to build that structure now, or is this a capability that will have to buy or enhance that which we already have in a very tight budget time. It's Pentagon right near Robert. Well, the the ratio of fighters to bombers is heavily skewed towards fighters. Fighter aircraft sort of the culture of the air force. The so the the bomber is down to something around one hundred and fifty year plans right now. So there are thousands of fighter aircraft. The air force. Does have a new bomber under development though. The long range strike bomber. Next generation bomber. And it is a high priority program of for the air force. And I talked about in the book there, the many other uses that this airframe will be able to to be used for besides just bombing many other roles in maritime surveillance, and strike a communications relay reconnaissance, and so many other things so. When the US face this range problem against China in the western Pacific and Asia Pacific region. There might be a lot more potential for this program than than is currently thought the future of the relationship between China and the United States is not only about power projection, though, it's not even necessarily it preferably about power, projection negotiation and strategy and statesmanship also important and the the connection and relationship with partners in that part of the world also important as laid out by President Obama and the Defense Secretary at the time Leon Panetta when we come back the teacher of this strategy and the future of our partnerships in the region, Robert haddock is author of fire on the water China America and the future of the Pacific. I'm Francis rose. This is the John Batchelor show. Balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule cancer myalgia. I have nerve damage and fatigue. I have salad see Mia. So my license cancer to learn how to live with it. But starting balance of nature. I felt that the first month I felt different it made such a difference that yeah, I wake up my head clear. I have more energy very rarely does my body cramp up anymore. It's the best thing. It's just amazing..
"china america" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Is the new book from Robert Patrick, China America and the future of the Pacific, and Robert we discussed what China is developing and the ways they're trying to develop it and in order to project power throughout the Pacific region. What do we have? And what have we had what do we need in the future to counter their projections of power and to protect our interests in Asia and in the Pacific area. Well, as we discussed previously China's growing missile forces and the the sensor command network, they will support those forces increasingly older risk the US basing architecture in the western Pacific and also surface naval forces that operate in the region. And this is this is this situation. It's unfortunate situation has occurred has occurred because. Do you watch have has a US military planners program managers and congressional appropriators and so forth have taken an approach. Which is something like if it's not broke. Why does it need fixing the way we've always done things? So seems to have worked all this time. And so why should we switch? The problem. Now is is that you you watch military striking power is concentrated in all these furry short range platforms fighter aircraft fighter bomber aircraft. Both navy and air force relatively short range or medium range missiles, like the Tomahawk land attack missile that the navy uses but China's military modernization program with these land land-based forces have increasingly longer and longer range, and they'll be able to to push back US systems out of their range and out of their ability to to be able to to threaten China's forces and China's strategy, and so what the US needs is. Less investment in short range systems, which is pretty much the current program of record at the at the Pentagon and more investment in in longer range forces which can reach the theater, but not be based in the theater where they would be threatened by Chinese forces. Because I look at a map of our basis as included in your book and that short range capability is fine. And we're developing an f thirty five aircraft in particular. You referenced the f thirty five as the most likely short range weapon that we will have in this area. But we're very vulnerable. It appears if we were to have all of those short range assets, so close to the Chinese border where there'd be just as e able to hit us as we would be able to hit them. Right. That's right. And and and actually. The response that seems to be occurring now with the re-balance approach and and recent announcements by the chief of naval off chief of naval operations, Admiral greener is to concentrate even more of the forces the short range forces that we have into the theater in order to bolster our position there. But this is actually a dangerous and destabilizing because it puts more of our forces at at. Four cases if the US concentrates even more of its short range forces at these basis, which are inside the missile range of China's missile forces. It makes these faces even more tempting targets for a surprise attack by China during a crisis, and I didn't surprise attack part of Chinese military doctrine. And then from the US perspective when you US commanders understand that vulnerability they will. Crisis situation, they will have to urge their policy makers to consider employing those forces under. Use it or lose it sort of.
"china america" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Tonight. It is nineteen Forty-five. Japan has been defeated in World War Two the United States dominates the Pacific Ocean completely fast forward, then thirty some years new leader in China wants to challenge that domination that is the scenario that opens a new book called fire on the water, China America and the future of the Pacific by Robert haddock. Robert, congratulations on this book. Why is it important to go back to World War Two? And where the world was then to consider where China the United States and the rest of the world Arvizu, Vida Pacific today. Good evening to Robert practice. Thanks for having me on the show. The the end of World War Two and the way the US defeated Japan set. Set in place certain operational techniques and concepts that the US military would stick with for the next seventy years all the way up to the president and Dave worked successfully during during that time to maintain. Peace and stability in the region. But now. The rise of China. It's economic strength that economic strength is providing resources for to have a rapid military modernization program. China is has sort sort of broken the code on on US military's operational concepts. In the western Pacific has is implementing a very smart strategy to export US weaknesses, and the result is changing security situation in the region is China's aggressive military expansion Robert an outgrowth of that economic expansion or are they coincidental? Well, the they're they're they're coincidental. They're interrelated in the sense. The the dramatic policy change for China occurred thirty years ago over thirty years ago when Deng Xiaoping became the paramount leader he made a traumatic decision to open up the Chinese economy to the to the global economy and China's trade both imports of raw materials and exports of finished goods to markets. All over the world was a dramatic change from the way, the Chinese economy had functioned up to that up to that point. And the consequence of this was that China now has had a growing interests all around the world China's economy. Dependent on these import and export flaws. So now China, and this has happened so many times with other emerging powers throughout history now finds its interests clashing with those of established powers like the United States. And this is set up the scenario that we see unfolding now in the Asia Pacific region, you point to Deng Xiaoping's reforms as a significant change, but not the only significant change in China's strategic behavior. Tell me about the historic missions of the armed forces in the new period of the new century from two thousand four. Well, yes, it was in the early nineteen ninety s. Three events occurred that changed China's strategic calculation with respect to its military planning the first one, I said, China observed traumatic technical military success of US and western weapons and firepower. Precision weapons and sensors and so forth in the nineteen ninety one Persian Gulf war. Chinese military leaders realize that their military forces at that time were hopelessly out of date and needed to catch up technologically. Second thing that happened was the collapse of the Soviet Union removed two major land threat to China from the north and the west of China and that allowed China to reorient a military resources to. Air naval power directed to to China's merit to protect China's maritime approaches and the third thing that happened was the. Ninety to.
"china america" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Tonight. It is nineteen Forty-five. Japan has been defeated in World War Two the United States dominates the Pacific Ocean completely fast forward, then thirty some years new leader in China wants to challenge that domination that is the scenario that opens a new book called fire on the water, China America and the future of the Pacific by Robert Patrick, Robert, congratulations on this book. Why is it important to go back to World War Two? And where the world was then to consider where China the United States and the rest of the world RV's Evita Pacific today. Robert, thanks for having me on the show the end of World War Two and the way the US defeated Japan. Set. Set in place. Certain operational techniques and concepts that the US military would stick with for the next seventy years all the way up to the president and worked successfully during during that time to maintain peace and stability in the region. But now. The rise of China. It's economic strength. Ecconomic strength is providing resources for two. Have heard rapid not modernization program. China is has sort of broken the code on US military's operational concepts. In the western Pacific has is implementing a very smart strategy to export US weaknesses, and the result is changing security situation in the region is China's aggressive military expansion robber an outgrowth of that economic expansion or are they coincidental? Well, the they're they're their question. Interrelated in the sense. The the dramatic policy change for China occurred thirty years ago over thirty years ago when Deng Xiaoping became the paramount leader he made a dramatic decision to open up the Chinese economy to the to the economy and China's trade both imports of raw materials and exports of finished goods.
"china america" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Here's what you get from a Chinese perspective. However. In my book. I write about this actually China America have a similar kind of a problem. Our companies in America too big fail, and they're getting bigger and bigger. Within the business when the banking system where the companies. Companies are fading out and disappearing and being brought up. We have a problem here America because as was with Carson sector, we can't let them fail at figure out how to regulate them promote them, China's a slightly different problem. It's state enterprises are so big they're too big to manage. Okay. They've become uncontrollable. They go overseas and do various things, and the government doesn't know what they're doing anymore. So I think both countries have a problem in terms of size. But the nature of ownership changes it so we still have a problem in America and saying what happens to the financial banking sector get such that there's only one or two banks in the whole country. And regain their what happens if a Facebook or Google and other dominates, the whole sector. Yeah. Okay. Or Amazon takes over all our distribution activities. Okay. I don't know the that. But here's what China says, I see the America's becoming bigger and bigger and bigger and getting more concentrated, okay? And I've tried to catch up. So I'm going to try to support getting big. And of course, that needs preserving the state entities ownership. So here's the huge challenge for China. Can I do this? Does it make sense become inefficient? And the problem. Of course is the state comes in China are too big to manage and they're starting to lose too much money. So it is an issue is a conflict between America US, the solution again, not so obvious. We've been hearing from Yukon wrong. He's in conversation with Marcus us, and the long term consequences of the U S, China trade war. Join us after the break as we consider the underlying causes of the trade war. Time magazine has singled out journalists under attack is person of the year. We'll.
"china america" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Is this bad. Why didn't Obama say it because he was a globalist? Why didn't Bush saying why are why are we against? Why are we against putting America? First, France, France, I Mexico Mexico. I candidate the same thing. That's the point. You know what? One more one more over there. You don't mind. Remember, Obama got elected did the big apology tour. Remember that right? We get sick there. Why are you where the best? Why are you saying because other countries aren't as good you're apologizing? Screw dead will because we don't want. Obama is mind we became the best by taking from others was not fair we outworked everybody. But he would say that it's not fair in that aspect. Trump said this just a little while ago with the UN here, we go we will not allow our workers to be victimized our companies to be cheated and our wealth to be plundered and transferred yet China America will never apologize for protecting its citizens. It's just so you bring me down. It's just so frigging easy. Isn't it? It's just so simple. It's just so easy. There's never going to be another one like him. Live in the moment. Drain the swamp. Make it happen. Maybe just maybe he will have such a profound impact that it will shape the next generation. Maybe it will tech some Dave Smith. Not laughing now. Magli? Yeah. Hey, Martha Martha. Like Trump now Martha. Get a little Martha uptick real quick. It just makes me laugh. Martha did not want you find you get the Martha object Martha still won't say if she voted for Trump, and now she wants Trump to come out, and and well just come out and help her get again, elected. That's she's not really I guess being the driving force Rover. He's galvanizing the people to get out. She said it not me. It's weird because their ovaries aren't galvanizing enough to get people out to vote for even work. I I'm not a woman. I can't hit some bad. I can't act like I know what I'm anyway, listen to Martha. Here we go on Trump coming out. I think it's really important to have him here, especially for some Republicans who are maybe happy and don't think they need to get out to vote for them to be reminded of the stakes of this election. And I really hope he comes out. So he can help people think that I'm really good and they gave over me. And I couldn't stand up before kind of like him now. All right done with that you can comment about the Trumpster. I told you I get some highlights. They'll I'm sure they'll be some more that I find eight eight zero eight zero five six seventy we got into the all stuff though. And he got to hear how bad CNN is this this frigging dirtbag, this lawyer for stormy Daniels. Mike Levin, Audie as made the most outrageous ludicrous claim you've ever hear. I'm a Brad Cavanaugh was asked about it like a sex train and drugs. You gotta here. Believe in now, this guy's backtracking like there's no tomorrow. But this was on CNN. We'll get to all that.
Nafta Talks Pick Up as Decision Time Nears for US, Canada
"Now the fates over deal to update the NAFTA agreement between the US and Canada could hinge on the same issue that almost killed the country's. First trade pact degeneration ago Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett has the details on that Trump administration, wants, to scrap those panels Canada restarted talks in Washington this week by trying to, preserve the, so-called chapter nineteen anti-dumping panels three Canadian, officials, familiar, with the talks say Canada restarted talks in Washington this week by trying to preserve the so-called chapter nineteen anti dumping panels in the. North American Free trade agreement they candidate cited its ongoing disagreement with the US over allegations at dumps lumber into America as a reason. To keep the panels dispute Panels are one. Of Canada's biggest sticking points left in talks to modernize the twenty four year old
"china america" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"It's like has first developments in years, and it's Mary understandable because it just takes his time, but it's not like every month, a new amazing consensus algorithm while like huge improvements in of scale ability or anything? No, the real technological improvements. Very slow. And why? Because it's just so complex. WCHS in all. So I think maybe people are working on site in technology, but they don't publish anything or they gave up along the way because the funding was also like big enough. Or they just determined. Okay. Hey, let's already doing that. It would be too much of an effort to now catch up. You know. I have a confession of may actually, and I, I, I'm looking at the websites right now and I see that the logo has changed. I think about a year year and a half ago, you guys had this like green gem or like little crystal sticking out of it. Crystal, but it was blue. It's the six, yes. Loop wanna one posted there. So yet we changed it in like relaunch, went back in February this year because before we had like super website with the slogan which remembers people will walk Roth. Didn't have a clear like mission statement, brand communication, corporate identity. Bolduc logos, nothing. Okay. And we did it. We revealed it together with HEC worked on that tycoon outon which is also based in Berlin in the relaunch event like a sad with over five hundred people having altogether from all over the world, really from Japan from Mexico from China America from all over Europe just to see on your logo. Our new design, the logo is was very good call. I remember about a year when I just started crypto wanna one, I used to do this segment called ranson commentaries, and I would look at the different projects out there in in comments on like you to the branding or what have you remember? I did one with ver- coin reach. John was like in give me some shit for it, but I remember I recorded one about list in the blue crystal and I didn't release it. Where did the crystal come from? And I'm really happy you changed it, but we're did. They crystal come from Lisk itself comes from the words obelisk. So it's. Like this monuments like this pillar with the pointy and we contracted back in the day designer, I think from Brazil and he came up with and we didn't really have any time. We prepared everything in six weeks assault. It means a whole website, the whole, like initial in the code, the logo, including the whole ICO wins. It was the time and we just said it looks nice..
"china america" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Robinson Has been, ordered, released. From jail rally mature. If that's happened yet I'm talking to folks getting information as unfold because as we and others, pointed under common law, British launder US law he didn't even. Have a real hearing he was less than one hour. After he was arrested he, was put. Into prison For saying he covered. A trial of Islamic pedophile But you didn't even cover it You're not supposed to go inside and say what you heard because there's minors. Whatever involved to protect the children, we can't talk about the betas but you do notice the top US cardinal just went down for all the, Pedo stuff and none of this Now now now he has been released this is all breaking show you some of that video. It's posted up on up on, Infowars dot com the poor guy gets out of jail they're jumping on him as soon as he walks out It's just getting. Crazy so that's all been posted to enforce dot com And is worse dot com But I really started the hour off Hammering that big. US corporations didn't just start, doing this the. Rockefeller's the globalist said China's the model they. Didn't have running water sixty years ago. Globalist went and built it, all, up shut it up with one-sided, tariffs shipped all our jobs over. There and it's a horrible nightmare system and now they are basing the tech companies over there. To watch censorship and, control against America the globalist have demographically Bet on communist China. And radical Islam because of demographic numbers. They're not trying to get, another, earpiece during the break for two, days just keeps popping out on. What's going on excuse me let's keep forgetting to ask for that so I'm gonna ask now. Show demographically they have Decided to make this move it's it's been, done we've been sold. Out and then Trump's in their valiantly trying to fix it without getting, too strange that tech stock market if he. Said ladies. And gentlemen our entire government database was. Given to China all our secrets were wide open They have way more industrial might than we do we've been totally sold out they've got their operatives. In charge of, almost every university, the council on foreign relations directs America is. Is basically in a horrible position But. If you go to Dave you watch Davis coverage they admit all of that The outgoing head of. Goldman Sachs may big jokes Earlier this. Year, about. You'll, ever bring America back to. Trump oh yeah oh you're going to build infrastructure Got back from China America, coming back like whoa but in the corridors of the eastern elite, and the coastal elites not the, people that live there but the leaks stay there and control. It and suck off everybody They just have a predatory disdain because we were marked, as the enemy and one thing, about war is you demonize your enemy because most people aren't psychopaths They're just mercenary follower. Cowards so they want to believe what they're. Destroying is bad universities in Hollywood and the culture is America's bad America's. Evil America's such hit right of America families are bad men and women are bad Teacher. Five year old how to be gay. And I'm not attacking people that are heterosexual but in. China they execute you give, your gate they say they don't allow Hollywood movies in their band that, promote men was men women they. Say it. Is a US plot look it. Up to undermine them and bring China down In China funds Hollywood doing it here And then, every time I report that admitted fact, they'll have pink. News or, whatever Jones another homophobic, rant you know set Days need to be killed. Didn't say that China your God Islam your God, what the left worships and apologizes for, communist China and. Islam murders, you And. It's so sick China. Owns Hollywood. And finances it because they believe it will. Show the country whether, you think, that's, true or, not they're doing it they're real pay killed one hundred eleven, million people Eighty something million hundred mile got it they're really dangerous man they're monsters imagines aliens. Attack the earth and killed one hundred million people there'd be statues everywhere against the war against him and we'd hate. The aliens whatever. They were and everyone. Would know about the aliens But as Stalin said He killed ten. Thousand people at statistic you kill one man. Or woman or child The. Actual quotas one man's death is a tragedy Ten. Thousand deaths is a statistic and it's totally true how many football stadiums of one hundred thousand people are a hundred and. Eleven million people estimated killed under communism in China one hundred and? Eleven million can we do that on a calculator how? Many times does one hundred thousand How many times Does a hundred thousand Divided into eleven one hundred and eleven million How many times You can't even imagine it and it's kiss nothing and the left. Are these monsters they have killed eighty percent of the people killed by governments last. Two hundred years they're the ones that are murderous from the. French revolution on they're the ones they're. The plague there, the system there, the organized evil and they Scrutton around all shanked him only as an arrogant and tell everybody how bad they are because patriarchy and masculinity is an affront and families are in France and nuclear families are, fried and prosperity and, a fried co these criminals that wanna guilt all us into going along with all their garbage while I'm not going. Along with.
Migrants disembark in Sicily after EU sharing plan reached
"In, the day's other news a federal judge in San Diego ordered a temporary halt to deporting migrant families that were separated and then reunited the, American Civil Liberties union ask for a delay of, at, least, a week saying quote, mass deportations were imminent ACLU. Officials welcomed. Today's move The judge that. Is that they should continue with. Reunifications even if the parent has a removal order and this way the parent and the. Child will have some time to talk over whether the child should, stay in the country to fight their immigration is still the. Trump administration oppose, the ruling it is under a court order deadline to reunite was in twenty five hundred older children with their. Parents by July twenty sixth migrants are still arriving in Europe by the, hundreds from Africa about four hundred and fifty were allowed to disembark in Sicily today, after six European Union nations agreed to take them in Italy had refused to let the ships dock over the weekend elsewhere Spanish crews rescued, nearly four hundred eighty migrants at sea over the, weekend, nearly, seventeen thousand have made. It to Spain this year One of the European Union leaders appealed to the US to Russia and China. Today to preserve world order by preventing trade wars European Council president Donald, tusk spoke at a summit with Chinese leaders in Beijing Common beauty of Europe and China America and Russia Not to throw this old butts to improve it Not to start. Trade deals about two gravely. And, responsive Louis poem the rules based international order Meanwhile China complained to the World Trade Organization about a US threat of tariffs on another. Two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from China in turn the, US complained, to the WTO about retaliation by China the, EU Canada, and others for earlier tariffs in Syria state news media. And. Activists report is rarely. Airstrikes hit near Aleppo overnight nine people were killed the target appeared to be an airbase used. By Iran's revolutionary guard in support of Syrian forces it would be, the latest in a series of such Isreaeli attacks hundreds of. People protested in Nicaragua's capital today against a government crackdown twelve more people died over the, weekend as police and paramilitaries attack activists at university And roadblocks some three hundred have died. In. The last three months. As the government used force to quash dissent protesters in Chicago are turning out again tonight over. The police killing of a black man on Saturday late Sunday police, released body camera footage that showed Harris Augustus with a holster. Gun at his hip and apparently reaching toward it the chiefs at officers had to react These things happen a split second and officers, have to make decisions quickly. They don't have the luxury of looking at video later. New CD video you know you you take, a look at it and you you. Come to your own conclusion there, is no sound on the body Cam video and activists are calling for police to release other footage of the shooting Saudi Arabia. Today ban dozens of video games that it says lead children to harm themselves they include. Versions of assassin's creed and grand theft auto there have been reports that two young Saudis a boy. And a girl committed suicide after playing a social media game the blue whale challenge is said to. Urge players to perform various tasks and then take their own, lives on Wall Street today energy stocks, sagged after the price of oil tumbled and that weighed on the broader market the Dow Jones industrial average managed to gain forty. Five points to close at twenty five Five thousand sixty four but the NASDAQ fell twenty points and yes and p. five hundred slipped three and, in France hundreds of thousands. Of people celebrated Sunday's victory over Croatia in the World. Cup finals vast throng packed the fame shos, Elysee in Paris to greet the new. World champions of soccer team showed, off the trophy from top a double decker bus still to come on the news hour our politics Monday team gauges the fallout. From President Trump's statements on Russia a new documentary takes us inside the.
"china america" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The reasons end quote house intelligence committee chaired avenue nasim government oversight chair tree galley will apparently get to learn officially who the fbi informant the president uses the term spy is no democrats are attending the thursday meeting to go over information the committees have demanded press secretary sarah sanders tonight knowledge that democrats have not requested that information so i would refer you back to them on why they would consider themselves randomly invited to see something they've never asked to bob costantini washington secretary of state mike pompeo says the trump administration will not tolerate russian interference in this year's election pompeii telling the house foreign affairs committee this morning the administration will take what he called appropriate countermeasures to fight what he called continued efforts by russia to meddle in this november's election some good news for illinois soybean farmers who sell a lot of their crop to china steve kastenbaum tells us the chinese have started buying american soybeans again for president trump started talking about imposing tariffs on certain manufactured goods from china america's soybean farmers were exporting one point six billion dollars worth of soybeans to china each year after the terrorists were announced china's stopped buying from the us in early april this week china returned to us providers reuters reports china's started buying soybean from the united states again as trade tensions decreased this morning the president wrote on twitter that the trade deal with china was moving along nicely but he said we'll have to use a different structure because this'll be hard to get done and verify results steve kastenbaum new york today at city hall chicago aldermen will sign off on construction of the obama presidential center in jackson park also to alderman will launch an effort to rename balbo drive the street is named for an italian general who helped mussalini gained power in the nineteen thirties stabbing on the red line this morning man stabbed at the argyle stop at about two o'clock in the morning he is going to be okay nfl owners working to conclude their spring meeting trying to figure out how to respond if players protest during the national anthem one idea is to assess a fifteen yard penalty on teams whose players neil wls news time nine oh three wls weather sponsored by permaseal checking traffic at wwl as twenty minutes lake road to the junction.
"china america" Discussed on KCRW
"Million workers are subject to such arbitration agreements and with this ruling she says that number is bound to go up in washington i'm kimberly adams for marketplace one more slice of the sino american trading relationship before we go a company called cc icy north america that china's certification and inspection group it's got a fairly particular portfolio certifying for export to china america's scrap waste specifically recyclable scrap the thing is since the fourth of may beijing hasn't cleared any us scrap for import the shutdown is supposed to last a month which is a problem if your business is brokering scrap buying and selling that's where randy goodman comes in he is the executive vice president with greenland america scrap brokers randy welcome to the program so when you got this news about china putting a moratorium i guess on scrap imports what was your logistical position to begin with we probably had over one hundred containers on the water moving towards china about sixty or seventy of them are actually impacted gimme a dollar amount you know best case scenario one hundred thousand dollars worst case scenario five hundred million dollars wow yeah it's huge what happens if this does not get worked out and the chinese instead of lifting the moratorium on the fourth of june as they are supposed to do say you know we're going to keep on going for a little while at at that point decisions are going to have to be made we have there's basically stuff is stuck in a couple of different patterns we're going to have to potentially relocate some or all of those containers to other countries other buyers who do not necessarily have the same supply and demand as china so you're you're looking at a marketplace that's already full and then lower prices well right that's kind of the point china is the biggest importer of our scrap and and whoever is not going to be able to take as much of it as as you and we have been accustomed to definitely not and even if you combine all the world's capacity for a lot of different items they still can't take the enormous amount of scrap that china was taking and utilizing so what are you gonna do.
The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started
"Carol massar and jason kelly on bloomberg radio obviously this is part of a very complex relationship between the united states and china that involves economic issues national security issues and the like of it it's an issue of high concern for china that's been raised with the us with the us government and with our administration at various levels that's deputy white house secretary raj shah speaking this week about president trump's announcement that he's working with chinese president xi to help the quote get back into business vast the chinese company has been crippled by us decision to cut off it's access to key american suppliers that's because it's been accused of making false statements in a sanctions case trump's lifeline disea t illustrates the uncertainty of us authorities about how to deal with china's rising power in technology peter writes this week about the relationship between china and america dubbed china america he joins us now you write about america let's explain exactly what this term means are primarily is a combo of china and america and is a term coined back in two thousand six by the british historian neil ferguson and a german economist mauritshuis alaric to express the idea of the synergy symbiosis between the two giant connie's we had china being high savings and poor us being rich and low savings and finding that they work together kind of china would send it's cheap goods to america creating jobs for millions of chinese lifting them out of poverty meanwhile american got the cheap goods and was able to sell hightech products into chhaya invest and and also get a lot of spend a lot of the us treasury bonds right and in two thousand six this was a very optimistic vision they were cleaning this as something that was very good for the global economy it was it was sorta like necessary and there are problems even back then they were problems because what it did is it actually ended up helping among other things caused the housing crisis because it was the cheap debt that enabled people to buy houses they couldn't afford which led to the housing crash which had global spillover effects but but at the time it was.
"china america" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"china america" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The protein china wants today on the world i'm marco werman if there is a trade war between the us and china america's soybean farmers will be right in the middle of it and china is a huge market for them when something like this that's completely outside of our control hits in the way it's really frustrating also a british village is losing its battle against coastal erosion and this young woman is getting ready to lose the family home kind of upside tonight that will be gone by the time i get anywhere close to have like a family of mine was a director from finland wants his country to pay attention to his new movie i really did make it a challenge really for mainstream finland to acknowledge the divest that exists in the country those stories and more today on the world i marco werman and you're with the world good to have you with us today we've got questions so many questions lots of basic ones actually about trump's tariffs and in a couple of minutes answers but i what is it like being caught in the middle of this budding trade war between the us and china say if you're a farmer because in retaliation for trump's tariffs on steel aluminum from china china is threatening to jack up tariffs on one hundred six us products we've spoken about the tariff on pork but another significant hit that american farmers could take is china's proposed twenty five percent tariff on soybeans grant kimberly is a six generation iowa farmer he's also director of market development for the iowa soybean association you may remember speaking with grant about chinese president xi jinping's visit to his family so i mean farm in two thousand sixteen while grant recently got back from a trade mission to china and he joined us from ankara iowa i asked him if he talked about the possibility of a trade war with chinese by.