25 Burst results for "Japan Korea"
"japan korea" Discussed on This Day in History Class
‘Tenet’ Rollout Set: 70 Countries to Begin Opening by End of August, Followed by U.S. Over Labor Day Weekend
"What is the latest if I may ask on movies? So the latest update is that tenant is going to come out at the end of August worldwide but not in America because we haven't earned it yet, and because all the other countries across the globe have become much safer and have gotten to places where they can get bigger crowds into place like a movie theater. And we just jump in in there. Just a quick second. Do you know what countries have theaters open by country? Just about all of them, I think I think the plan is that it's going to go to seventy countries on the opening weekend situation and then the goal is for it to open in basically whatever theaters can take it in America on Labor Day weekend. According, according to the. Twitter posts that you met re tweeted it says that the territory's will include Australia, Canada France Germany Italy Japan Korea Russia Spain and the UK. And then that'll keep growing out from there. I think China's on the list to and. Yeah, and then Labor Day weekend it should come to America and there's a lot of people talking about like, oh well, how will they decide what theaters and what cities are going to get ten like it right now they're saying like select theaters will get it in America, but that's not gonNA. Happen. To like these are still one-third filled auditoriums If you have a wall and can protect tended onto it, you will get ten because they got. They're just GONNA like try to put this ever I bet you drive we'll get it. I bet you anywhere that can get tenant and make money off of it. They will give you ten at this point I imagine 'cause they can't. They can't hold on much longer, right? No, and they're not going to have New York L. A. Most likely when it comes out because those cities are still those those cities are still kind of locked down especially in group numbers. So they're gonna put it anywhere so. And at this point I don't think they can delay it anymore I think if they do it again, everyone's just going to be like just laugh. So can have a collective mental breakdown. So it's Technically Labor Day. New Movies. Or at least new movie singular well, new. New movie move. New Movie Labor Day Wins Labor Day not for a month.
Battling Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
"We're GONNA start our show today by taking a trip back to the nineteen eighties when singer. Songwriter Billy Joel was at the top of his game and he released two. Song Allentown about the decline of the steel industry. In America steel factories were closing in steelworkers. Were losing their jobs. The song shed light on the challenges the workers faced and at the same time. It made allentown a city in Pennsylvania quite famous so now let's fast forward twenty or so years. Two Thousand and one and Allentown is in the news again but this time it's because of an insect an agricultural pest from Asia had somehow found its way to Pennsylvania. The insect called the Brown rated stink bug feeds on apples. Peaches figs mulberries citrus fruits and other crops. Well it didn't take long for these tough little bugs to spread and by twenty ten. They wrecked havoc on orchards and crops in various parts of the United States. And the really bad news. Is that Brown? Mom rated stink. Bugs are still here and there on the move and they may soon arrive to a fruit tree near you. So what can we do about it? I've invited Tracy Leschi to the studio today to find out. She's an entomologist. And by the way an optimist as you will discover in this interview today. She's also the director of the Appalachian Fruit Research Station at Cairns Ville West Virginia. Her research is focused on the development of behaviorally based management tools for invasive and native pest of fruit crops. But before we start chatting I would love to hear your stories and your questions during the show you can email those questions and stories to in-studio one. Oh one at g mail DOT COM and do remember to include your first name and the city. You're writing from so tell us. Have you seen these bugs in your fruit trees? And what have you done about it in studio one a one at g mail dot com is the email so now to Tracy Leschi. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you Susan for the invitation. I'm so glad to have you here. And hopefully you will shed some light on these mysterious bugs. Oh my goodness so. The Story Starts Allentown. Can you tell me a little bit about that discovery? What was happening around then here. So you know Brown Mama Rated Stink Bug as you've already mentioned is a species that is not native to North America. It's native to Asian countries including China Japan Korea and Taiwan. This insect is an excellent hitchhiker And we'll probably get to that in a little while but at some point in the to late. Nineteen nineties homeowners. In and around the Allentown region of Pennsylvania were Seeing some interesting invaders in the fall to their homes and in fact these were Brown. Mom rated stink bugs. Now the issue was is that they weren't properly identified until two thousand one when Karen Bernhardt who with Penn State cooperative extension in Pennsylvania collected some of these specimens from a homeowner and she ended up sending them to attacks honest Rick Holbeck at Cornell and he identified them as Brown mom rates. Think so this was the first official record of population in North America. So how on Earth would they have gotten there? How did they get to these people's homes right so one of the interesting things about Brown mom rated stink bug is that they are excellent hitchhikers as adults and that means is that they can sort of end up being concealed and hidden from view and sort of take a journey to somewhere else and this is related to what we as entomologist refer to as their over wintering behavior which is essentially like hibernation for insects. So when these insects hibernate more or less they crawl into cracks and crevices and hunker down and wait for spring. And if these cracks or crevices happens to be in some sort of shipment of goods or perhaps in your suitcase or who knows This is how often these bugs have been transported to new locations. Whoa so how quickly would they spread? So let's say or what a what a thought. Let's say it's in your suitcase. You've gone on holiday to China. Or whatever he brought back these little hitchhiking bugs So let's say you have one bug or two bugs what happens then. How quickly would they spread? Well if you found one or two bucks I'd tell you to kill them I but You know it's a good question. They have a pretty good Reproductive capacity that sort of what we say in terms of you know how quickly can a population build up? Based on the reproductive efforts of a female a single female can lay up to twenty eight eggs at a time in in an egg mass. And she can lay up to four hundred over her lifetime. So you can imagine if you know. Just a portion of those eggs survived to adulthood and then reproduce. You can see that. A population could build rather quickly so is is that what happened like You know how quickly did this problem spread? You said it started sort of in the late nineties. It was discovered two thousand and one. And then what happens? Well what happened? After that was it was a slow spread And it was a slow build up for a number of years so in two thousand and three I found the first specimen officially outside Pennsylvania in Maryland. Just south of Allentown Pennsylvania. I in in sort of central Maryland in a town called Hagerstown There was some. Also some official detections in New Jersey and then it continued to spread through what we refer to as the mid Atlantic here in the United States and to Virginia West Virginia You know parts of Delaware Into upstate or sort of well. I should say downstate New York so the populations continued to build Over a number of years and then you know really began to build quickly back in two thousand eight two thousand nine and in two thousand and ten throughout the region. We really experienced what we refer to as an outbreak population. So what did that look like Especially if you're growing cheese. Yeah it looked well you know. When we first began to detect problems in fruit trees from Brown mom raided stink bug and say two thousand eighteen thousand nine. The issues were confined really to the late season. Where just before harvest and this is really painful. If you can imagine your fruit just about ready to be picked from the tree almost ripe. We were seeing large numbers of adult invading the orchards in the fall and feeding on the fruit and this was causing for some of our local growers up to ten percent loss. Even back then but in two thousand and ten we saw the bugs invading earlier much earlier actually just after the fruit had formed just after pedal fall essentially in these orchards. In that early season feeding really set up our growers for significant losses. Where you know for our Peach Growers. Many growers lost their entire crops. Most lost half of their crop. And then it just went on from there. You know apples and Incurred ABOUT THIRTY SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS IN LOSSES. Thousand and ten just locally. That's terrible was the fruit. Not salvageable at all. I mean what what do these Brown marmalade stink bugs due to the fruit? Yeah they are you know. They are a typical stink bug species in that their mouth parts are essentially a straw and they insert that Straw into the fruit tissue and they inject some salivary enzymes that essentially helps break down that tissue and suck out the juice and so what they leave behind. Is this dry corky tissue beneath the surface of the skin as well as discolored display depressions on the surface now for peaches because the feeding Began so early essentially once you peel that fruit. The entire fruit was riddled with these deep pockets of dead comey tissue and you know. The entire fruit was essentially unsolvable. It was just a complete loss. For FOR APPLE. Growers some of the fruit could be redirected to From sort of a fresh market to juice market. But you know they're getting Cents on the dollar in terms of the value so in essence they're losing over. Ninety percent of the value of that fruit have normally gone into fresh market. So it was very
Clean Your Android
"Of course the The the mobile phone and android world has been affected by a covert one. Thousand Nine Hundred Krona viruses affectionately known as the entire world is kind of going under lockdown for that Really interesting to see the ramifications of the things that have impacted The Mobile Tech World. I up Samsung actually offering through their Samsung Service. Centers and Galaxy experience stores in nineteen countries A service to disinfect. Your smartphone You've probably read online already. In addition to washing your hands for twenty seconds and All the other things you can do to protect yourself Cleaning and disinfecting. Your phone is important because phones can grab a little things and you carry them with the stick to your face. That's pretty bad So if you are Samsung owner of a phone you can bring them into one of their Their service centers and they will clean your smartphone using UV light Which will kill all bacteria and viruses on surface on cer- on the surface of the phone and it's basically a free service that's going to be available to all customers. In nineteen countries United States Argentina Chile Croatia Denmark Finland Japan Korea Malaysia New Zealand Norway Pakistan Peru Poland Russia Spain Sweden Ukraine and Vietnam I I think this is great. And it's a service to offer to people accept that requires you go to the store. Which now is kind of against the thing I'm wiping my phone net. At every chance I get or you guys take any precautions to to keep your phones clean. Go ahead mister shown. Yeah the yeah the show. Yeah I've been trying to keep mine clean good. I work from home. So it's not as much of a concern. But whenever I get a chance I tried to wipe it down at least and you know a swap out cases because I have the ability to do that because I'm overloaded with cases over here but yeah is important and I think Samsung doing great especially because it's not just Samsung phones at least according to One of the support pages. I just hope it is. It will keep going even though you know stores are being shut down. If they're not essential link the grocery stores and stuff but I hope that It'll keep going because it's something that people are definitely need to him hines. Es It's the kind of service he can't turn people away for so. I'm glad that they're if not just Samsung. Owners are limited to it. And what precautions. Are you taking well for me here in the PRUITT? How so we have similar to. What Samsung Issues? We have Foam soap is just a box that has UV light in it. And you stick your phone in it. Close live walk away in about sixty seconds or two minutes later. It's it's tentative in a New York. Pet that device for a couple years now and we tried to use it. You know to heating and air kind of thing but now we're really trying to push the habit of using something like this phone soap device because it doesn't take a lot of effort other than just being mindful to satisfy sanitize your devices because these things could get pretty filthy especially if you have you know teenage boys like I do. We all know how disgusted teenage boys can be
The Weaponization of China's Rare Earths
"Threatened to restrict exports of rare earths this group of seventeen obscure minerals on which the military and tech industries depend overwhelmingly produced in China. Katie Martin discusses, how the world came to be so dependent on one country for such an essential part of the industrial supply chain with Lucy Hornby and Henry Saunderson. So Henry, first of all, what exactly are these rare earths Serara, sir group of seventeen brother obscure minerals with funny names? They're not actually technically geologically rare, but China's over mass dominant position in the world's production of them, but they are critical than integral part of modern life. And they used in everything from our mobile phones, to satellite surveillance in the oil industry, even emergency rooms, and in scanners so life as we know it couldn't really continue without them. And they all suddenly thrust into the spotlight, right? I mean how have the markets reacted to China's threat? Markets have rather very quickly and both the prices for some railroads have shot up. But also share prices for rare earth companies listed in China have gone up a lot and also some companies outside China, for instance, this two listed in London show pices for those companies have gone up a lot. So the market is reacting, very quickly and hope for the rare earth, producers will see the benefits of higher prices, I guess, majorly so Henry mean give us some examples, you know, I'm wondering around with my mobile phone has back got this stuff in it. You walk through the ways that touch daily lines. Yes. So you're apple iphone does have lots of rare earths, and when it vibrates that's actually a little motor that contains rare earths, and there's rarest in the speaker in the camera and your apple has paid a lot attention to this. And I was looking at the report the other day and they said recycled supply Aurora's is not. Widely available so rare us the critical to Lord technology. But really, what people are focused on is rare earth, magnets. And that's because the growth area because electric cars uses powerful magnets in electric Motors. And also, they used them wind turbines. If you look at industries growing quickly, that's where people paying a lot of focus and also because China has not only dominant share producing rare us. But also producing these magnets over ninety percent share in these magnets. So these future industries of coming very reliant on China. Yes, an interesting point. I mean, how did China manage to make it self so dominant hair, and it's anything other countries can do to step up production in the event that supplies a withheld, there is some production outside China, and there are some emerging projects, but the problem has been capital, getting investment, and also competing with China on cost because China has the scale assuredly being low cost because of late. And environmental reasons, but also the last time a crisis over rarer throughout a lot of people go burned by new projects of investors got burn. So the question this time around is who's willing to put up the money. Can you compete with China and also will consumers pay a premium for non China supply? This is a huge question in the market, which is a consumer's willing to pay more to guarantee their supply chains on dominated by China. And so would it be possible for China to target only the US or will they send to be sweet? Other countries into the mix. China has a huge dominant share on the processing and the production of rare earth products. Most rare earths produced by China are consumed within China. So it'd be hard for China to just target rare earth exports to the US because they're in a lot of different different products, and probably harm Japan and other countries that doesn't want to harm. But China could cutoff, for instance, experts magnets, which would be hugely that. Mental to supply chains industries. So this is just raised the whole specter of China's dominance over these supply chains. How easy would it be for another supplier, just to step into the breach replace China? People are looking at sourcing production, but it's not as simple as just finding a rare earth mine digging it up. You know, it needs to be separated processed and not com. Be environmentally damaging. So you need to get environmental permits. We need to be processed separated, and then put into products. So it is quite a long supply chain, someone like apple would be quite a few steps removed from the actual mind. And I think people are just waking up now to China's dominance on this sort of intermediate section of the supply, chain, which is the processing, which can be energy intensive can use acid in the west just hasn't built these things, partly because as I said environmental permits, and things like that. But as a result, we waken off and China has huge dominance in this area. Area, and we kind of didn't see it coming. I think that's true. I think in the era of globalization in eighties nineties people in America were willing to ship all this stuff to China because they thought, well, we don't want the environmental liabilities and is more efficient for them to do it at a lower cost. And that was the whole theory of how markets work, right? But as a result in this era, where trade and other things that are weapon, these vulnerabilities, so Lee seen is thinking of this Chinese dominance, who's a strategic decision or is there a bit of luck involved? I think it was a bit of luck. Really? I mean back in the eighties China was looking to export anything they could to get hard currency. And so they had a lot of this stuff it's pretty toxic. And it's not that difficult to mind. So that's a combination that really lends itself well to all sorts of wildcat miners who don't have a lot of environmental or necessarily health protection around the people who work for them. So all of a sudden China was. Producing tons of this stuff at a lower price than anybody else. And so it swept into the markets there and pushed the few other minds of there were out of business. The other issue is that China initially was just exporting this as a raw material and you still had a lot of processing going on in Japan Korea, other Asian nations. But there was a face off starting around two thousand six and going through about two thousand ten two thousand eleven where China and Japan were at odds in during that time. China's attempts to cut raw material supplied to Japan ended up, meaning that a whole lot of the processing industry moved here to China. So it's really a case often of unintended consequences, what is it? That's provoked China into making its latest threat to restrict Expos. Is this the threat that we should take seriously was at a post, during I think there's a lot of posturing and a lot of overreacting whenever you get a situation where you have a super specific industry. Every and a lot of defense strategists weaving theories around it. So China is posturing a bit partly because they don't have necessarily as many retaliation nurtures against the US as the US does against China's. So this one then looks very, very tempting. It's very satisfying for nationalists in China to say, hey, you know, we can really hit you where it counts. But you also have Chinese nationalist and environmentalists, and patriots, who are pushing for experts to be stopped so that the environmental damage can be reduced. You know, they're very conscious of the fact that China takes it on the teeth for the sake of these consumers in the rich world, or even in rich cities in China. And so, they some of them feel that if they could only reduce the exports, they could also stop some of the really damaging mining that's going on. Meanwhile guaranteed people in the defense industries in strategic sectors in the US. Will immediately go into hyper drive over it as well. And then in between, of course, you have a lot of speculators. You know, people who wanna with the sup to get extra money from trading in these markets, because they're very small and very illiquid markets. So I think there's a bit of real threat, and there's a whole lot of posturing and hype, how is trying to use this dominance in rarest in disputes before. And you think this might be something that is an increasingly common tool this available to them. Well, I think you've seen ever since Donald Trump took office. You've seen a willingness by the US to use trade as a political and diplomatic weapon with other countries. Now, this is something that China does have a habit of doing, but I think when the US does it so overtly, it allows China to really double down as well. Is this a riskless exercise in the photo of China? What would be the risk to China to self putting this threaten to practice? Well, there's a couple of risks. I mean one. Is the law of unintended consequences, so, you know, you threaten to cut off the raw material. And then you get a lot of other people enthusiastic about starting minds elsewhere. You lose your monopoly another thing that has happened in the past is when China has made these threats or even when China has adopted policies to reduce its exports, what ends up happening is it helps catapult China up the value chain? That's positive if what you care about is China's industry and the value added of that industry. It's negative, if what you care about is trying to limit the extremely toxic mining practices, because it just increases the demand for this stuff. And of course, it's negative internationally because it leads to these very aggressive, very aggravated international disputes. And you know in a climate like this, you just really don't wanna play with that fire.
"japan korea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Why does he continue to give you new soaps if she saw your hand, I think she plucked him out of my pile and put them back in the drawer. I think we were going in circles I'd be hiding somewhere. I think she'd be plucking stealing from my thing to restock. I mean there were too many that after I was there for months, so it was too much to jobs. Such that you were in a high end hotel. I was sort of a tech exact. That allows you to travel around to European countries. I never been to Europe you went to place. He didn't require tips Asia, Japan Korea. Oh, I'm on Asia guy from start to finish North Korea. Didn't tip there. I also then still posters while I was there. I was sort of on the same kind of trip is he was and I can I can see how it happened because we were very goofy guy kinda chip is. He was can you explain who you're talking about? To North Korea. Warmbier the guy that died over the poster. Yeah. And I was on a similar kind of thing with a bunch of mostly British. But when I went they they let a few Americans join in which was kind of rare. Was it weird there? It was less weird than I was expecting. It was it was overall quite dull, I went there. I this was in the works for like fifteen years trying to get the visa and by the time, we went I like man this week in Beijing was more fun. Like North Korea was like I could have been an apricot. The whole thing was so fake. And so dull and so structured, I can't this was really love Beijing or me or I love Beijing. I love all the grungy. I'm in and out of Bangkok and Manila, and I just like third world type places. He'll go back there. I haven't lately because nobody sends me I'm too cheap to do it on my own. But someday. Do you have a lot of money stashed away? No. You wouldn't tell me. Anyway. And usually go use it on a trip. I used to be close though, I be when I was in Tokyo, you know, it was no big deal. I was coming and I was very much into flying like Cessnas ultralights and related things skydiving bungee jumping. So I was sort of the cheaper countries. There are a lot of ex pats were headed in there to do this stuff on the cheap. Like, all these Australians that will go to Manila to to open a bungee sat there things like that? So I was of in and out of those places doing that stuff. And now you've calmed down. And you're hanging around. I haven't come down. But I'll tell you. What would calm you down in your in your soup? Walk loaded up with tofu and Pak Choy. I like tofu I heard it has. Some people have soy issues. Gives rests. Okay. Well, I have also read something else. It said yesterday. But it's different and doesn't give you rest. I get mixed. Well, they they have soy has sort of been on and off the watch list for years. So I don't know what the final verdict is. But there have been issues that people get nervous about soy. I got a. Pay made out of other beans. So all right. Hey, thanks for checking in mid. Okay. It's good to get some good to get some background on Bobby. He's he's actually kind of interesting. So well, jeez. Way way, we had to break. Right, mark. Okay. Ray? You're up next very short break. Thank you for waiting. It's WBZ. What are you talking.
"japan korea" Discussed on Kickass News
"The National University of Singapore as well as an advisor to the US national intelligence council and US special operations forces. He is a young global leader of the World Economic Forum and leading next gen global intellectual whose numerous TED talks have garnered several million views the internationally bestselling author of six books, including the second world and connect dog Raphy parole. Khanna is now out with a new one titled the future is Asian commerce conflict in culture in the twenty first century Prague. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you, so much can't believe it's been three times. Yeah. A lot of seconds. But I don't know if we've ever had a third so like veteran. Thank you. Yeah. Now, you say the US has China problem. And the solution is Asia to me that sounds like saying we have a flooding problem in the solutions, more rain. So what exactly team? Well, you you really put your finger on it. Because the problem with the way, we think about Asia is that we think it's nothing more than just China be thinking that Asia is just China writ, large, whatever China wants, China and just a smattering of little neighbors here, the facts, China is one point five billion people Asia has five billion people there three point five billion Asians were not Chinese. They come from great rich powerful civilizations. Whether it is India or Iran or Russia, southeast Asian countries, Japan Korea, and the history of Asia is much more. The history of these diffuse dispersed civilizations, empires and states rather than just everyone bowing down to China. And so one of the main reasons I wrote this book, it's called the future as Asian. It's not called the future is Chinese in many ways, the present feels Chinese in the sense that we're so. Overwhelmed with all of this focus on China..
"japan korea" Discussed on Hire Power Radio
"And there was at one point proposal for something called the international entrepreneur rule. That's also been eliminated by recent memos in. Okay. Essentially, if you're a person with money, and you want to come in here, and sort of a company you can't do that either. If you're person with many continue United States, it depends. What country you're a citizen of because I mentioned that the treaty investor visa, and that visa is only available to country nationals of countries that we have certain treaty with for example. We do not have that type of treaty with Russia. We do have it with the Ukraine. We don't have a treaty with China. But we have it with Japan Korea, India. No, no, yes. Yes. India now, so the brazil- no Peruvian of Peru in Argentina. Yes. So basically, I have the ability to join forces started, the company, the person will get his practical training view. So right. Yeah. They've get best Ming. It's a standard record run up to three years. Right. What if it's not a stem degree, then they only get one year that when you're so your one year to process to get an H one proved well depends when you got your stem, your OBT and win if you want to stem stem, well, there's a whole list, it's on the regulatory website. But they, you know, pharmacists, anything stem stands for science technology, engineering and math have been expanded to some psychology tight psychiatry, and that sort of thing I want if I'm a marketing person, no, not if I'm a marketing person in technology that doesn't work now now for an H one B. Well, it depends on how you prepare the documents and what kind of job they're going to be doing. So if if. If a technology degrees required. It's better to get a marketing job with technology grave. That's required. For example, a sales engineer they have to understand the ensuring or the product in order to sell it..
"japan korea" Discussed on The Vergecast
"If you call my peer Cheryl Sandberg at the time was running Atwood's online. And we had a virtual presence where advertisers could sign up right in any geo, effectively and publish ads on Google, but we had no physical presence. And you say, we'll why do you need a physical presence in these countries? And you need it for one of two reasons. Number one, you want to go get all the money, right? Like all the money. Go. Medium and large advertisers in countries. Not just a smaller, advertisers that you self serve. You want to get all the money and all the currencies against all the demand on Google search platform and the number to you expand into countries like, you know, C J, China, Japan Korea where inherently the consumer value proposition is different. And you may need a localized product and engineering team to think about how to build demand. And then, of course, go get the money, and so Larry and Sergei time of circa two thousand three basically said international, I think was less than fifty percent of Google's revenue, and they had an ambition for it to be more because they saw that search demand was already larger outside the United States and in it. And so they basically said go forth and multiply faster get us all the money faster, get us there faster. And at the time, I was responsible for Google, local and maps and a bunch of other business initiatives that Google and was asked to move over and build a. It out. So what did I do on the day after I got the job? Well, first of all on the day. I got offered the job. I went home and had a rather long few weeks negotiation with my husband because I was married a year with ambitions of starting a family, and I was like so they want me to run international. What do you think and won him over with Google to think I remember saying that I'm like I'm going to bring my husband on a couple of trips this first year, there's just to get him sold. And they were like, okay. There's a long negotiation actually, but not that long few weeks. And then my first my first job was actually believe it or not traveling to countries opening up Regis offices renting space in Regis office and finding are on the ground either country manager or CFO those are the first hires you make it any country. And you say we'll why in your like what you make sort of a finance in any country because it turns out that there's no point in opening up an office and hiring sales people if you.
China, United States and Bank Of China discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Of its official process. The treasury department, putting out this report here at the top of the hour saying that although China's currency process remains, there's not a lot of transparency around it. They're saying that direct intervention by the People's Bank of China has been limited this year, so they're not naming China as a currency manipulator. In fact, they're saying that no country meets the threshold under the statute to be named as a currency manipulator. However, they are saying that there's a watch list to pay attention to in this report in addition to China, which is on that watch this, they're saying the monitoring list comprises Japan, Korea, India, Germany, and Switzerland. So those are the countries that the United States is concerned about. But officially according to the report here, Melissa, they're saying that no country meets the threshold as a currency manipulator as right now. Amen. In terms of being on that watchlist, is there some sort of a benefit and being on the watch list as opposed to actually being labeled and I've. China have actually labeled Carson manipulator. What would the US have done about that? Well, that's the really key question, right because we've seen escalating escalating tension between the United States and China, this trade war breaking out, it would be an emphasis point on the part of the United States to say, hey, you we're officially designating you, and we're going to take some action about that, but it looks like this administration not prepared to fully go there. Despite all the tension that we've seen earlier today, we did see the White House, take some other action that had some negative consequences for China that goes to the United States. And now that it's going to withdraw from a global postal union. They said the the administration said, was giving China too much of an advantage in terms of sending cheap packages into the United States, particularly for online retail. And also they said for opioids and drugs. So the United States signaling, it's willing to pull out of that global postal union in an effort to stem. Some of that incoming trade from China. The idea here is that that benefited Chinese export ex. Supporters and hurt American exporters who are trying to send packages to China. So they are willing to do some things in relation to China, but they're just not willing to go as far as
Additives In Processed Food And Plastic Packaging Harm Kids, A New Study Reveals
"That didn't make it to television 'cause it's too preposterous, that, the suit. Said SNL said. Nah come on that's too crazy. No one's going to. Buy that this. Is for real this actually happened this. Is how stupid this guy. Is he knows he's. Being videoed the cameras are there he thinks that Sasha berry baron. Cohen Colonel is actually doing this this is a real life lesson. In how to deal. With terrorists it, is beyond hilarious and of course Jason Spencer, screaming that he's, been set up which he did which he was he's been has been taken out of context which it wasn't because I don't know how you can take this one out of. Context and it is In this day and age especially with the bad news we're talking, about the fires were talking about the shootings. We're talking about the war is about to happen between, Iran, in the. United States which. Of course it is in but. We brought it up. Another notch in. Terms of the hot hostilities it's wonderful. To see stuff like this. Is just fantastic Representative. Jason Spencer Republican what a shocker I wonder if this is gonna. Hurt his candidacy I'm willing to bet night I'm willing to bet. That he is going. To score big, in the next election I don't know enough, about how he's, doing in the. Job assuming he he's doing a good job for his constituents they are going to take his side that he's the victim of this, liberal prank yeah Gophers but he revealed a lot about how he sees the. World Oh good Lord okay coming up handle on. The news, late addition right, here KFI AM six forty Jennifer Jones Lee Europe police in Toronto asking people to share videos and photos from the scene. Of the mass shooting that killed two people and hurt twelve others a man dressed in. Black fired. A gun from a sidewalk in Toronto's green town neighborhood last night the Toronto police chief says. The shooting was not random and terrorism has not been ruled out the shooter. Wes killed by police news is brought to, you by Mike diamond the smell good plumber police in Santa Ana say a woman who was, killed in a skateboarding fall had been pulled along by a car the twenty four year old woman apparently fell about one thirty yesterday, after getting separated from the car that had been pulling. Her officials say alcohol may have. Contributed to the accident mayor Garcetti he's leaving on a jet plane he said into Asia to lead a delegation of leaders from the ports of. Los Angeles world airports and the l. a. tourism and convention boards the group will spend the, next ten days in Tokyo Seoul hotel in city in Hong Hong working to, strengthen relationships and boost investment in tourism in LA China Japan Korea and Vietnam are LA's four leading trading partners and almost, two million people from Asia visited LA last year alone the trip will be our cities. Fifth out. Of the state in six weeks Amy king KFI news ridesharing one thing streaming it live is. Quite another hundreds of Uber riders on these Saint Louis area apparently had no. Idea their conversations with the driver were not, only being recorded they were being streamed live to his channel on the website twitch the driver, Jason Garg ACA fluorescent Missouri has been suspended from both Uber and lift Gaga said he was just trying to capture the natural interactions, between himself and his passengers passengers seen and heard on. The feed include children drunk people. Some vomiting and people talking trash about friends and relatives and even their bosses Michael KFI new a new report from the American Academy of pediatrics. Says food packaging can be bad for children plastics chemicals in cardboard food packaging and nitrates Processed meats, have all been linked to worse immune systems, and higher obesity risk the, report also says cutting out synthetic food coloring may reduce ADHD symptoms the, pediatricians, recommend eating less processed food and keeping plastics out of the microwave or dishwasher and the governor of Tokyo's Tokyo Japan. Says beating the heat wave is. An important consideration for the twenty twenty Olympics, the temperatures, reached one, hundred, two degrees today in. Tokyo some outdoor events like the marathoner scheduled now for early morning officials, also are working on. Special lower heat road pavements miss Breyer's and tall trees. Along the roadsides traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center, let's..
Avoid these food chemicals, pediatricians say
"Pulled along by a car the twenty four year old woman apparently fell about one thirty yesterday after getting separated from the car that, had been pulling our officials say alcohol may have contributed to the accident news is brought to, you by Unicom global studies. Leaving on a jet plane he's headed to Asia to lead a delegation of leaders from the ports of Los Angeles world airports and. The tourism and convention boards the group will spend the next ten days in Tokyo Seoul hokey, min city in Hong Kong working to strengthen relationships and boost, investment, in, tourism in LA China Japan Korea and Vietnam are LA's four leading trading partners and almost two million people from Asia. Visited LA last year alone the trip will be Garcetti's fifth out of, the state, in six, weeks Amy king KFI news right. Schering's one thing streaming it live is quite another hundreds of Uber riders, on the Saint Louis. Area apparently had no idea their conversations with the driver. Were not only being recorded they were being streamed. Live. To his Channel on the website twitch the driver Jason Gargano of fluorescent Missouri has been suspended from both Uber and lift Gaga said he was. Just trying to capture the natural interactions between himself and his passengers passengers CNN heard on the, feet include children drunk people some vomiting and people talking trash, about, friends, and relatives and even their bosses Michael KFI news a new report from the American Academy of pediatrics says food packaging. Can be bad for children plastics chemicals in cardboard food packaging and nitrates, and process, meats have, all been linked to worse immune. Systems and higher obesity risk the report also says cutting out synthetic food, coloring may reduce ADHD. Symptoms the pediatricians recommend eating less processed food and keeping. Plastics out of the microwave or dishwasher Has taken. The number two spot at the box office behind the latest Denzel Washington flake Washington's the equalizer, to begin almost thirty, six million, dollars over the weekend at the domestic box office mama Mia to featuring Meryl Streep Pierce Brosnan. And share was close behind with thirty four million rounding out the top. Three another sequel hotel Transylvania three eight of the top ten.
United States, Attorney and Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Radio kim trump summit officially back on the negotiations that continuing in public as well as private ed baxter is covering all the global news enough bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed yeah right charge juliet us secretary james madison singapore meeting the fence ministers of south korea and japan korea will receive relief only when identifiable in your step david nice says the glow must continue to keep all forms of economic and military pressure up until that time this is at a time when president trump seemingly walked back his position saying the us might negotiate a graduated dismantling of the north korean nuclear program so hang in there bumpy road to come eight days away and there are media reports in asia that there may be an effort for peninsula peace deal bloomberg's stephen engle we're also hearing from south korean media that moon jae in the south korean president will indeed again it's a media report reportedly will attend the summit as well and that they will try to get a peace deal done between the three gentlemen and north korea's state run news agencies reporting serious president bashar assad is interested in visiting north korean visiting with kim jong un no indication that such a trip that has actually been planned to this point candlelight vigil hong kong tonight the annual event remembering tiananmen square it looks as china's becoming less tolerant of things like calls to end the one party dictatorship although not codified government officials have been threatening to crack down on those participating chris hang high profile pro democracy protesters saying that political space in hong kong is much tighter than it was three or four years ago the legal gymnastics over what power the president of the united states has to end an investigation into himself or pardon himself took a new turn today as trump attorney rudy giuliani said he believes the president could end the investigation but not of any crime such as murder as was purported in letters to the new york times when you argue army the broadest possible point we don't have to go there i didn't i wasn't there then yeah but the administration did now giuliani walking it back a bit he does also say the president does not plan on pardoning himself giuliani on abc has heard here on bloomberg global news twenty four hours a day on air and ed tech talk on twitter powered by.
"japan korea" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Stake by only having enrichment if they had gone further and actually tested a bomb and tested missiles that could reach the american mainland then they would get a deal with the united states the united states also would be hearing to this is a very very dangerous development not to say that we shouldn't have to deal with the north koreans but not at the expense of killing the existing deal that actually is working what do you think about that colonel about what incentive messages the current sort of dualtrack sends oh i agree with treaty if our sitting in tehran right now whether our leading the our g c or our our the i toll or indeed president hunting i would come to the same conclusion the way to beat the united states is to build a nuclear weapon then negotiate and i would start forthwith colonel what do you see as the consequences if the us were to pull out of this deal given that it's negotiated with a bunch of other countries including russia china and some of our closest allies i think we continue to put real ruptures in the transatlantic link i think we continue to send signals to our allies in the pacific japan korea australia new zealand there were no longer trustworthy and i think we start a situation that will fold as tree to indicated right into bb netanyahu in have ignore lieberman's plans and that is for the united states to take ron on change the regime there and keep the region destabilized because as long as it's destabilize then neither the persians nor the arabs can get together against israel treat a where do you think mattis is on this i think matt is came in mattis has a history of being quite hawkish on yvonne he got fired from the obama administration because he actually wanted to have a small confrontation with iran he believed that is small war would actually be necessary to push back iranians i think he has kind of changed is my not in the sense that he's a fan of the nuclear deal or did he's changes mind about the is i think is changes mind because he's fearful of the united states being at war with a country like iran when the commander in chief is name.
"japan korea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"An ingenuity and she a hard work has gone into this just think shoulding the people behind this would be capable of coming up with some equally viable legitimate business concern apparently they have done it in the past without thrown so in the past years i go either the same gang or again ready to this one is still with the know what doing this buddy in that case in fishing lines actually to smuggle the goods i confess to being impressed despite my sophea says it says the fishing line was believed to have been shot across the board with across both someone's gonna make film about these guys one day moving along finally if nobody is somebody totally should be getting on that moving along finally to the taipei times an altogether less amusing story but an interesting one on the list the accidental shutting down the nuclear reactor exactly in in this case this mission to seaman how in different countries in east asia japan korea taiwan their questions nuclear energy it is because all these countries are a energy poor also remember lentil concerns but we do see how they're having problems actually in taiwan with reactor that down and with another reasons does they're real problem just briefly finally has been just still general nervousness about nuclear power around the region since fukushima absolutely absolutely in korea that's very big debate even though they actually need nuclear plans and taiwan we see the same so he said miki's you across the region ronald pacheco poudel thanks for joining us.
"japan korea" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Major major threat to them so we're gonna try we're going to try and real life jim exactly what you've wanted for many years we're going to see how it works now let's hope it works they backed down and say okay we're not gonna steal your intellectual property anymore i haven't doubt that's what they're gonna do i think what's going to happen is we're going to have a trade war why don't we make them pariahs of the world i will let me ask you this what about the the other legitimate countries on the planet and by that i refer to principally places like japan korea west in europe and so on i mean the chinese cheat them as well don't they steal do i mean why heading of we all sit here and simply say well there are two sets of rules there's one for china and then there's one for the rest of us i do not for the life of me understand that the hell with them and that's exactly what's happened they joined the world trade organization two thousand two and supposedly by going to those rules you're supposed to follow the rules exactly as you say and they have not been in many cases this property properties big they've been dumping aluminum particularly steel to some extent but aluminum in a huge way and a huge amount of aluminum that went from mexico and they were stamping on it made in mexico coming from china so yes they've been dumping they've been cheating i agree but i just want to get tough but i don't want to create a depression by having a trade were week the last time we did this was nineteen thirty and we tariffs on them and that's the depression but the rules of economics that particularly in it'll it'll international economic change considerably since nineteen thirty much more globally interconnected well then maybe are you saying that we should just simply sit back and say okay there are two sets of rules and and instead of having china break then we'll just write them out that way every deal that we have with the world trade organization lawler residents here are the rules for china and here are the rules for the rest of us at least it would no longer be apocryphal we would be i'm arrest what's been happening.
"japan korea" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"British flyer uh but showed the way too was the combination of um a forward deployed fleet in conjunction with the capacity to put um small a relatively small or shall we say modest expeditionary armies anywhere you wish to on the continent of your ratio now the british did that and they did that for several centuries but we do it much better in the sense that we can put much more capable than larger armies anywhere on the rim land severe ratio and our fleet uh frankly in terms of overall capability is much much more powerful than the british were even at their victorian height of um of influence and uh and reputation so that the us today is in a position to uh really undergird and sustain its alliances with a rim land countries and those uh countries that have the best navies are as you mentioned japan korea potentially taiwan uh potentially over time if we are in a position to assist them vietnam certainly australia and of course india and it must be remembered that india's building as many carriers right now as china as uh and if you use the carrier not necessarily as a uh perfect measure of actual military capability but rather as a symbolic measure of how much uh skin you have in the game this means that india is willing to go toetotoe with china so the us effectively already has the means because of the cushioning a supportive capability of its fleet and it's six missionary armies the us that's the capability to orchestrate an iron an alliance around china and the chinese have no recourse they they can build as many airspace trips on little man made islands and and and put out as many hundreds of uh of dredge yours and and other forms of uh of earth moving uh of vehicles as as one can imagine and still that will mean nothing compared to the uh the large merit time coalition the us already is is in a position to cement right now let's let's put some time in nato just because the document mentions it in that is great power politics is while michael violence of johns hopkins when we come back the national defence strategies attention to the nato alliance i'm john batchelor.
"japan korea" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"India as our out as our allies well what fee a british liar uh but showed the way too was the company and uh um it forward deployed fleet in conjunction with the capacity to put um small a relatively small or shall we say modest expeditionary army anywhere you wish to on the continent of your ratio now the british did that and they did that for several centuries but we do it much better in the sense that we can put much more capable than larger armies anywhere on the rim land severe atia and our fleet uh frankly in terms of overall capability is much much more powerful than the british were even at their victorian height of um of influence um uh and reputation so that the us today is in the position to uh really undergird and sustain its alliances with a rim land countries and those uh countries that have the best navies are as you mentioned japan korea but ten officially taiwan uh potentially over time if we are in a position to assist them vietnam certainly australia and of course india and it must be remembered that india's building as many carriers right now as china is uh and if you use the carrier not necessarily as a uh perfect measure of actual military capability but rather as a symbolic measure of how much uh skin you'll have in the game this means that india is willing to go toetotoe with china so the us effectively already has the means because of the cushion in a supportive capability of its fleet and its expeditionary armies the us that's the capability to orchestrate an iron an alliance around china and the chinese have no recourse they they can bill as many airstrips on little man made islands and and and put out as many hundreds of uh uh of dredge yours and and other forms of um uh earthmoving uh of vehicles as as one can imagine and still that will mean nothing compared to the uh the large maritime coalition the us already is is in the position to cement right now let's let's put some time in nato just because the document mentions in in that is great power politics is well michael vials of johns hopkins when we come back the national defense strategies attention to with the nato alliance on john bachelor.
"japan korea" Discussed on AP News
"Hometown ups they grew to popular including airbnb and uber under the new rules a maximum of nine autonomous delivery devices may be allowed at any time in the city the robots can't go more than three miles per hour and human operators must be nearby the robot's must also yields who pedestrians chief executives for autonomous delivery companies starship technologies marble and post mates submitted a letter saying they welcomed government regulations other cities of taking similar steps you tubes hiring more people to hunt videos that violate its policies it ceos though some bad actors are exploiting the google on service to mislead manipulate harass or even harm gugel will have more than ten thousand workers address the problem by next year but it doesn't say how many of the company already has youtube will use technology to flag problematic videos or comments that show hate speech or harmed the children it's already used to remove violent extremist videos youtube says it also is taking steps to try to reassure advertisers that they're ads won't run next two questionable videos china racked up a record number of patent applications last year topping the combined total in the u s japan korea and europe the world intellectual property organisation says china filed one point three million patent applications in 2016 worldwide innovators filed three point one million applications that numbers up from a year earlier with china accounting for almost all of the increase the wipo the trademark applications also shot up to about seven million in worldwide industrial design applications increased to almost one million again led by growth in china when we listen to the radio we never agree on the station classic rock hip hot top guys quiet the one thing we do agree on we all want.
"japan korea" Discussed on AP News
"The capital of israel was long overdue today we finally acknowledge the obvious that jerusalem is israel's capital has rarely prime minister benjamin netanyahu calls an historic day but trump is also drawn sharp criticism french president emmanuel macron says it's a regrettable decision the france does not approve amid giorgio senate democrats say senator al franken must resign minnesota democrat losing support after yet another accusations of sexual misconduct california senator kamala harris is this pathway in the best interests of of a lot of people that he resigns five wildfires in southern california burn mansions of middleclass neighborhoods and led to the evacuation order for hundreds of thousands of people and it could get worse cal fire raising its colorcoded win index for tomorrow the purple the most severe level and one that has never been used before i'm tim mcguire china racked up a record number of patent applications last year tapping the combined total in the u s japan korea and europe the world intellectual property organisation says china filed one point three million patent applications in 2016 worldwide innovators filed three point one million applications that numbers up from a year earlier with china accounting for almost all of the increase the wipo said trademark applications also shot up to about seven million and worldwide industrial design applications increase to almost one million again led by growth in china old rockefeller center christmas trees never die as they peas wore levinson reports when the spotlight fades they become part of new houses for the need this of course is the big moment but it's far from the only highlight in the life of a rockefeller center christmas tree after new year's the branches become mulch in the trunk gets milled an planks that go into houses built by habitat for humanity the would is generally to naughty for structural use but it serves his accent in homes all over the country there are four on one st in the badly scuffed city of newburgh about sixty miles northwest of rockefeller center each tree yields more than one hundred boards warren levinson new york sexual harassment charges are levelled at.
"japan korea" Discussed on AP News
"Trump in israel wildfires onto maguire within ap newsmen of president trump says recognizing jerusalem as the capital of israel was long overdue today we finally acknowledge the obvious that jerusalem is israel's capital has rarely prime minister benjamin netanyahu calls an historic day but trump is also drawn sharp criticism french president emmanuel macron says it they regrettable decision that france does not approve a majority of senate democrats say senator al franken must resign minnesota democrat losing support after yet another accusations of sexual misconduct california senator kamala harris is pathway amd the best interests of of a lot of people that he resigns five wildfires in southern california burn mansions of middleclass neighborhoods and led to the evacuation order for hundreds of thousands of people in it could get worse cal fire raising its colorcoded win index for tomorrow the purple the most severe level and one that has never been used before i'm tim mcguire china racked up a record number of patent applications last year tapping the combined total in the u s japan korea and europe the world intellectual property organisation says china filed one point three million patent applications in 2016 worldwide innovators filed three point one million applications that numbers up from a year earlier with china accounting for almost all of the increase the wipo said trademark applications also shot up to about seven million in worldwide industrial design applications increase to almost one million again led by growth in china sexual harassment charges are levelled at the top editor of the national enquirer gossip empire ap correspondent worn levinson reports a dozen former employees of american media till the ap that when dillon howard was running the los angeles office he openly described his sexual exploits in the newsroom discussed the sex lives of female employees and forced women to watch pornographic video american media publishers the national enquirer and star as well as the recently acquired us weekly howard is the company's chief content officer he calls the exemployees complaints baseless american media hired and outside investigator who reported according to a company spokesman that the behavior of howard who nicknamed himself after a sex toy did not rise to the level of harassment warren levinson new york the competition will be stepped up in the next scripts national spelling bee ap's mike kemp and reports under some new rule changes the number of contestants could nearly doubles grefe says it wants.
"japan korea" Discussed on AP News
"Founded on a walk she says she picks up avocados every day but this one was hard to miss wang says she found the avocado under a tree that hangs over a street anything overhanging or dropped outside a private property line is free for anyone to claim wang submitted an application to guinness that expects to hear back within two months china racked up a record number of patent applications last year tapping the combined total in the u s japan korea and europe the world intellectual property organisation says china filed one point three million patent applications in 2016 worldwide innovators filed three point one million applications that numbers up from a year earlier with china accounting for almost all of the increase the wipo said trademark applications also shot up to about seven million in worldwide industrial design applications increased to almost one million again led by growth in china the international olympic committee has suspended the russian olympic committee because of doping during the 2014 soul she games the ap's ed donahue reports what won't be cnet the pyong chang winter games is the russian flag the russian national anthem won't be played i o c president thomas bach says russians who are clean we'll be allowed to compete under the name olympic athletes from russia with the air currently owe a are an investigation found members of the russian government concocted a doping scheme epa sochi game visas is there to be kept levy pleasure of of the doping jersey's through russia wilson unprecedented attack of the integrity of the olympic games russia's deputy prime minister has been banned from the olympics for life i'm ed donahue russian old navy for that keep giving like cozy sweaters for the family today only they're just ten bucks for adults eight bucks for toddlers but hurry it's just one day only today at old navy and oldnavycomcom valid twelve seven select styles only.
"japan korea" Discussed on The Food Chain
"We have seen that happen including the most popular ones in some ways like said chinese food and i think the other thing that kind of almost goes handinhand sometimes is tourism if you look at subsaharn africa they're in all about twenty nine million tourists last year i think the days from last year the year before a compare that to say thailand just one small country has thirty million tourists so part of that is about in some way state propaganda uh we have had some cuisines that have done very well because states have gone for soft power japan korea thailand come to mind and i think that's one area where african states could play a role to become aggressively visible that confirmed you right cleaner to resume is one of the fastest growing niche in to resume list the example of bureau for instance be a country debts receiving seven million tourists a year in almost half of it takes place within a month's where to have this food festival according mr rod and that's came from a collaboration of chefs in government and people flocked to that country an app introduced to do cuisine and every year that number is growing and is expected to keep on growing chris nuntii well to you say only skyring in the next five or ten years do you think the pictures going to change minds yes i am optimistic in the long run in five years is long run but pessimistic in the short i would say we have to learn to change our notions of good food and good taste including customers critics and people who rank restaurants and gastronomes we also need better agricultural policy that supports smallholder farmer in africa who are basically the main producers of food we need investment in infrastructure including soft power and given those things i think in if art five years in ten years it'll make a difference p r k totally agrees this going to dig that long and then i've seen it so many times once you.
"japan korea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"United states begin to look really intensely inward it doesn't mean the china japan korea all of east asia are not going to continue to aggressively build trade relationships with africa with latin america with south asia that's going to happen no matter what and so looking inward israeli the worst thing i think that the powerful oecd countries can do but you're right gene there there is a very strong a antiglobalization mood now my own sense of it is that that will continue until it becomes quite clear that that antiglobalization mood is not shared by the rest of the world and spaces start getting filled by others as as the oecd countries pull out i i don't know where this conversations going but what we're trying to do is just bring the reality of how the global economy works now to to to people i mean know things like i think there are some people would say the or should be self sufficient we can close all our borders the extremists say that if that were to happen we've actually done a calculation if we were to disclose borders and not and stop trade i mean it's hard to imagine but if we were to do that the purchasing power of the bottom forty percent would go down over 50 percent so there there would be a very rapid impoverishment of of poor people and you know wealthy people would unit would do as well as they always do so from my perspective in in in terms of our mission which is to engel and extreme poverty in the world globalisation has to increase and we have to get even more intense about figuring out how every single country will fit in to the global economy of the future and that's a really really difficult task because automation well automation's gonna have an impact the united states is going to have a much more devastating impact in in countries twothirds of currently existing jobs in low and middleincome countries will will be gone because of automation i'm going to take you back to your classmates here on facebook where you you noted that wait we haven't taken the skills gap cap seriously enough here if they were asking you today why are you going onto more school and pain fourth they be asking you why are you borrowing took out a score to.
"japan korea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"European countries in the united states begin to look really intensely inward it doesn't mean the china japan korea all of east asia are not going to continue to aggressively build trade relationships with africa with latin america with south asia that's going to happen no matter what and so looking inward israeli the worst thing i think that the powerful oecd countries can do but you're right gene there there is a very strong a antiglobalization mood now my own sense of it is that that will continue until it becomes quite clear that that antiglobalization mood is not shared by the rest of the world and spaces start getting filled by others as as the oecd countries pull out i i don't know where this conversations going but what we're trying to do is just bring the reality of how the global economy works now to to to people i mean in the things like i think there are some people would say the or should be self sufficient we can close all our borders extremists say that if that were to happen we've actually that a calculation if we were to disclose borders and not and stop trade i mean it's hard to imagine but if we were to do that the purchasing power of the bottom forty percent would go down over 50 percent so there there would be a very rapid impoverishment of of poor people and you know wealthy people would would do as well as they always do so from my perspective in in in terms of our mission which is to engel and extreme poverty in the world globalisation has to increase and we have to get even more intense about figuring out how every single country will fit in to the global economy of the future and that's a really really difficult task because automation while automation's gonna have an impact the united states is going to have a much more devastating impact in develop in countries twothirds of currently existing jobs in low and middleincome countries will will be gone because of automation i'm going to take you back to your classmates here on facebook when you you noted that wait we haven't taken the skills gap cap seriously enough here if they were asking you today why are you going on for more school and pain fourth they be asking you why are you borrowing took out a score to.