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"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quarter past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks Dad. No upsets at the Australian Open is to see drafted Adele advances to the third round with a straight set win as this fourth seeded to Neil Medvedev Later tonight. 16 Alexander Zverev in a seat Diego Schwartzman, playing the third round 15 seed Pablo Carreno, Busta faces 18 Sita. Gregor Dimitrov in the women drop 50 the leader Smith, Selena knocks out 16 year old American Coco golf in straight sets while tonight both third she did know me. Osaka intense six, Rina will The M's are in action by a Munich wins its second FIFA Club World Cup title, knocking off Mexico's Tigris. One milling cutter as Benjamin Brevard. Scores of the 59th minute. The wind for Byron is there six trope in the last 12 months, including the Champions League, dfe poke out and the Germans Supercup amongst others. Elsewhere, Chelsea advances to the quarterfinals of the F A cup of the Wonder when it Barnsley as Tammy Abraham scores alone Golden 64th minute Southampton moves on with the two No one ever. Wolverhampton the F A Cup quarterfinal draws been released with Leicester City hosting Manchester United. Manages to see will travel to average Jane the other matchups subordinate hosting South Hampton, while Chelsea will welcome Sheffield United to Stamford Bridge. All matches will be played The weekend on March 20th The Tampa Bay Times reports that bucket you're Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady will have a minor surgical procedure done on his knee. This offseason. 43 old one is seven Super Bowl and fifth Super Bowl M V P last Sunday as a Fox knocked off the Kansas City Chiefs on Dance Horsemen that your Bloomberg World Sports update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business APP and and Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business Flash. Everybody 17 minutes past the hour. We update markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Brian Curtis live in the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio here. In Hong Kong will a rather listless day in markets we have most of the Asian markets closed for the Lunar New Year holiday today, Australia and New Zealand edging a little bit lower the SX 200 Not about 1/10 of 1% 1 of the interesting stories today, Crown Resorts CEO Ken Barton is clinging to his job. He's resisting sustained pressure to quit this after a report said that Crown had facilitated money laundering and that it wasn't fit told a license in Sydney. The Australian newspaper reported that Barton had agreed yesterday to step down. But then this morning Company said that contrary to media reports, Barton had not resigned, and billionaire Li Ka shing has reassigned a portion of his huge steak and zoom video communications to his son. Richard Leigh senior Lee is one of the biggest owners of zoom. He transferred 4.7 million shares to Richard Lee. It still leaves the senior Li Ka shing with a 6.6% stake and zoom that's worth about 8.3 billion. U. S dollars BRIEFLY. The dollar is flat this morning just edging a little bit lower Dollar yen one of 4 76 in New Zealand The ends headaches 50 trading down about 4/10 of 1%. Yield on the 10 year. 1.16% wt I crewed after many days of gains slipping a bit here 57 91 of barrel. All right, That is a look at markets news with that Baxter in San Francisco head. All right, Brian. Thank you. China's responded the BBC's removing Chinese state back broadcaster CG Tien's license last week. The BBC World News has been taken off the air in China. Second Trump impeachment managers have finished their case setting timelines of what the president did and did not do. Says makeup. Pence set up Mike Pence a Nancy Pelosi for insurgents toe look them up, saying they would harm them. At the First Amendment does not protect his Burbage leading up to and during the attempted insurrection. Dr Anthony Fauci in the U. S. Says supplies air increasing there should be enough by April to allow anyone who wants a vaccine to begin getting one. Meanwhile, president Biden says on track to surpass 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days. And he says he's finished deals now for 100 million additional from both Fizer and Moderna, which could even push up the timeline. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says variants will likely become dominant across the country. New Zealand, now set to receive its first batch of vaccine next week is to begin vaccinating border workers after the 20th French France. Health manager Olivier Veron says that although the plateau in cases may be declining, very in cases from the UK now make up 20 to 25% of the new cases in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Cherry. Thank you very much for that. We, of course, have a very thing training session across Asia's most markets are away on the Chinese Lunar New Year. Still, we did see the emerging markets continue the record breaking rally. Let's discuss all this and also the outlook for the rest of the year with and very chief investment officer at Will house to discuss her views and thank you so much for sticking around so Today. Here in the Wall Street, we saw the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index again closed at a record high. Of course, it's all been about chips, hasn't it? We have seen as well this semiconductor shortage being addressed. At the White House. What are you expecting in this sector? I think they're still going to be short campaign in this sector. Sherry President Biden has said that there may be an executive order being signed in recent weeks to try to see where these alleys chip shortages. Can be met at the end of the day that they're not manufactured here. So it's got. You know only 12% of global chip manufacturing down here in the U. S. Is going to be very hard to do anything about that shortage near term, and that could be costing. You know the auto sector $60 billion of revenue annually. So I think short term the bottlenecks as long as they exist. I don't see a solution to that. Eminently. It's interesting because Taiwan Semiconductor's I'm sure you know is exploring the possibility.

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"li ka shing" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"13 18 of you. Okay. The force of the community calling for for 8922703 get you involved in the conversation a door now who do we have on the phone lines? You know, I couldn't end the year without some sob all All right. Sorry, but go ahead. Hey, Robert. Hey, Tony. Yeah, It's too much talking that we owe the whole wook family first. So I just want to ask you a question. Okay, so I'm listening to Bernie Sanders is encouraging Trump to go ahead. He signed the bill, right? Thanks. Now it was just me lose that Trump is really wants to give anybody $2000. He was not in favor of the $600. He never participated in the negotiations. This is all a ploy for him to be the center of attention. There is no He doesn't have any intention of giving anybody $2000 unless it unless he goes back to his pocket directly, But there is no such thing. So I'm just wondering why do the Democrats constantly false were stupid every single time? It just happened without sails. Doesn't say things really believe that this person is going to help them with this. You know they they don't believe that. But what they do understand is you have to win the PR battle around it. And so Trump called their bluff, which was he's trying to claim that Democrats of the reason you're not getting your $2000. Even though we all know that Joe Biden will say malarkey. They don't have to make sense when he said it. So what Democrats are doing by laying down the gauntlet of saying, Look We've been talking about 2000 man, in fact, making 4000. I don't care. Let's sign the bill, so that's what they're trying to do. They're calling down there trying to recall his bluff after he called their bluff and all the Trump is doing and he knows he's leaving. So you're walking out a just laying a big old dump on the front porch of Congress and of the White House because he's putting everyone in an untenable situation. One Democrats are are going to end up in a situation where going into January. Now you're gonna have the public calling for $2000 in stimulus and the Republican majority potential Republican majority in the Senate, Um, that will be able to block that. So when Joe Biden is unable to deliver the $2000 payments Then Donald Trump's gonna hop on his new news network and say, Look, I've been trying to get you $2000. If you just elected me the I wouldn't have the money already. Remember that 1200 got you last year? Don't you know I would've came through for you again? So that's the game that trumpets playing. He's trying to make sure that he can control the narrative, control the Republican Party from the outside and be able to pull the strings of the Democratic Party while not being in power. Is really not the worst idea of it wasn't evil. I live. Let me ask you this. I see. Some evidence indicates that the Democrats have distinct pretty much left up from what I'm seeing him for what I'm reading because the criminally is that Up it literally sabotaging, then winning the Senate seats out of Georgia. I mean, if if, if he was, I don't know if it's intentional or any sport or not intentional. That end result is the same. It doesn't look good for them to win the state. I don't know if you saw that idiot Linwood nonsense yesterday. I mean, it's so crazy, but you're thinking This can't be this stupid, But I know people are this stupid to fall for this So I don't see them winning the two. I could be wrong on this have been long before, but I don't know. I don't believe that one of the holes don't believe a single pole. Not one piece of it. I don't even look at them or read them anymore because they're absolutely inaccurate. But hold on somebody holding home, But we're keeping the cool wind the lounge right now. Morgan, got the candles burn or got hot tubs going. We're good. Come on, down. Stop. Yeah, I am. But like me on this stuff. Stop it. Okay, I'm just trying to explain to you then. The average voter in Georgia. Don't pay no tension to mountain man piece of that. If you go to the mall right now asked him people who Linwood is, If you start asking about the election conspiracy, and we talk about Giuliani and Bere is MMA and Dominion, and all that stuff gets what don't nobody give a damn about none of that stuff. None of that stuff matters. What they do know is $2000 and Trump said Republicans want to give them $2000. Even though I've been running commercial 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the last year, talking about socialism. They know that Republicans want to give them $2000. And so we keep the messaging that simple. We have to understand that it's a very good chance of them winning. And because of that, you have to always run as if you're 10 points behind. Which is why I don't understand why no one else Besides me, has been talking about Kelly Law flirts history where the money came from How much money they owe to leave Li Ka shing and the Communist Party over there in China how much money they got from credit default swaps during the last Financial collapse, which took place how they're invested in the energy set during going to have a senator voting on the Georgia nuclear power plant, how they've been working with China and China's very much invested in the port of Savannah and the expansion the Atlanta airport. The other things we need to be talking about, but no one else is talking about them, Which is why you tune into this show because that's where you get this information from, but yeah, we can. We can keep it cool side, but we don't have to get all up into the mystery That's just Uncle..

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Cheung Tze-keung - Hong Kong's King Of Thieves

Hostage

08:58 min | 1 year ago

Cheung Tze-keung - Hong Kong's King Of Thieves

"Week. We discussed chauncey early life. And how his obsession with wealth led him to commit to ransom kidnappings as part of a master plan to extort the ten wealthiest men in Hong Kong? His first target was thirty one year old. Victor Lee the son of Hong Kong's wealthiest man Li ka-shing this week we'll delve into the fallout of lease kidnapping. And how it inspired Chung to go after the forty seven year old property development tycoon. Walter Kwok will also discuss. How an unexpected cooperation? Between Hong Kong and mainland China ultimately led to Chung's demise when sixty eight year old billionaire Li ka-shing into his front door on the night of May Twenty Third Nineteen Ninety six. He was expecting to see his son. Victor apologized for being so late instead. He found himself face to face with the infamous criminal. Forty-one-year-old chauncey calm and four other armed. Men Leave recognized Chung immediately. He was wanted by the police for multiple crimes including two high profile robberies at the Kai. Tak Airport the second of which had been the largest cash robbery in Hong Kong's history. There was hardly a person in Hong Kong. Who didn't know Chung secons name as Hong Kong's wealthiest Man Lee knew? It was no coincidence that the thief had chosen his front door to knock on but nothing could have prepared him for what Chong was about to say. The criminal informed Lee that he had captured his son. Victor and if Lee ever wanted to see him again he would have to pay two billion Hong Kong dollars now. We was stunned. He asked where they had taken. Victor but Chong shook his head and repeated the demand. Two billion dollars or victor was dead. Shaking Lee tried to assess how he could gather the money he knew as well as Chong that if anyone could access billions of dollars at a moment's notice it was him his company. Cheung Kong Industries had made him a multi-billionaire and victor was in line for the throne but Lee wasn't worried about the money or his company. He just wanted his son back on your shortland. A professor in political economy assesses that in kidnapping for ransom cases. The hostage is returned alive about ninety percent of the time on. This is because the kidnapper is usually willing to negotiate in feasible deal can often be reached. Shortland also stresses that when faced with a ransom kidnapper dilemma. One should not immediately give in to the criminals demands. The hostage taker is likely to interpret this as evidence that more money is available and they will continue to up the ransom amount. Instead shortland advises keeping the criminal in the dark about one's financial resources. The captive will typically be released for a fraction of the original demand of course most individuals when faced with a kidnapper. Aren't thinking like rational business people. They're more concerned with the release of their loved. Ones and their minds are racing with worst case scenarios like torture and execution but wittingly or not Li ka-shing did the right thing shaking. He told Chung that he couldn't gather so much money at a moment's notice but he would try to come up with what he could. He certainly didn't give so much money lying about in his home. Leah's Chung if he could go to the bank for a withdrawal but the criminal shook his head this could arale suspicion and possibly alert the authorities when cheeky move on lease part and the whole plan could fall apart Lee understood and said he would do his best but he knew there was no way together that much money from inside the house under the supervision of Chung and his men Lee drained every hiding place and wallet in his home. He tried to come up with enough cash and valuables to satisfy the steep ransom demand. All the while worrying about his poor son finally having exhausted all his immediate resources. Li presented Chung with his loot. He knew it wasn't enough but he hoped Chung would settle for it surely he couldn't be expected together two billion if he wasn't even allowed to go to the bank. Lee watched with dread as the men counted their spoils. They were one billion short. Chung glared at Lea- incredulous. He could hardly believe that. A man as wealthy as Li ka-shing could only cough up half the amount on a smaller scale. Chong himself knew what it meant to be wealthy. His criminal escapades had paid off and his double life was lavish to him. Money was something to gamble with and enjoy and Chong's own home reflected. This opulence but Lee was a different breed. He was shrewd he invested. And he certainly didn't keep two billion dollars lying about his comparatively modest mansion once again. Li explained that he couldn't come up with two billion unless John allowed him to go to the bank and for the first time the criminal considered it he could get away with the full amount. If everything went smoothly but ultimately Chung couldn't risk it. If there was one place he had sworn never to go back to. It was prison. Besides one billion dollars was a lot of money. Five Times the amount he had obtained in his last airport robbery and it was plenty to fund his lavish lifestyle but grudgingly. He agreed to settle for one billion dollars half his original ask. He ordered Li ka-shing to pack up the money for him as Lee placed the cash. In bags he has Chong why he was doing this. Chung replied. I take unconventional steps to get rich. Money is the most important thing in life. But it's only me who can get away with kidnapping tycoons Charleena's men grabbed the bags of cash. Jong delivered a final warning if Lee or victor ever told the police about the kidnapping they would be dead. We nod and watched as the vans sped off into the night. Now all he could do was wait hoping that Chong would hold up his end of the bargain meanwhile victor was locked inside. Chun's hideout just over the border in mainland China. It had only been a few hours since his capture when his captors finally returned they blindfolded Victor and hurried him outside into a van as they drove. Victor imagined the worst. Perhaps they were taking him away to be murdered. His body could be buried somewhere. It would never be found and victor's family would never know why their son had disappeared. It was all too confusing and sickening for victor to come to grips with a few hours later. The van rolled to a stop. The car doors opened in several hands helped victor as he stumbled onto the sidewalk. He felt the crisp night air on his skin has one of his captors began untying his blindfold as it fell away. Victor recognized his surroundings. He was standing in the driveway of his father's house. In deep water. Bay Hong Kong Victor was bewildered. Was He being released? Was his family going to be harmed. He turned around and for the first time. Locked eyes with his captor the infamous Chunky Kong as victor stared at Chung. He could hardly register who this person was and what they wanted but before he could make sense of the situation. Chong stepped forward. He grabbed victor's face leaned in and planted a kiss on his forehead. Then he told victor he had been a good boy and he promised never to harm him or his family again back in his hideout. Chon divided the spoils amongst his comrades keeping forty percent for himself. He was happy that it pulled off. Such a new and brave stunt it was proof to Chung that. His master plan was feasible if he could kidnap the son of the wealthiest man in China and get away with it then he could kidnap anyone especially the rest of China's

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Hostage

"Avail in the end to Chung's men turned on him and September of Nineteen Ninety one. He was tried for the armed robbery and sentenced to eighteen years in prison. We'll Chunky Kong was no stranger to life behind bars. This time was different. It was wealthy now and a respected. If elusive member of Hong Kong's high-society. He couldn't believe that the police had the audacity to lock him up in his mind. These officers were the real criminals. They took money from the taxpayers and used it to go after innocent. People like him as opposed to violent offenders. This perspective isn't uncommon among criminals. Stanton knee SAM now. A clinical psychologist reports that nearly all criminal offenders view themselves as good people. They often excuse their behavior by citing their religion and good deeds or by stating that other criminals have committed more heinous crimes than themselves while in prison. Chung claimed that he was treated. He alleged that in order to get a confession from him. Police officers hit him with sticks and whipped him with belts he also said. They tortured his wife leaving both of them with scars. Chong wasted away in prison losing any hope of speedy appeal however only eighteen months into his lengthy sentence lock was back on Chung side. During one of his appeals. A guard who was present at the Kai. Tak robbery failed to properly identify Chung. The charges were dropped in June. Nineteen ninety five. The forty year old Cheung Kong was released from prison but John was hardly in the mood to celebrate his newfound freedom. His time behind bars had left him. Extremely bitter what. Good were his promises to remain nonviolent. If he ended up in prison with the murderers anyway to make matters worse his own triad brothers had betrayed him. The UNBREAKABLE BONDS OF THE TRIAD BROTHERHOOD. Apparently could be broken. Chang's honor codes seemed irrelevant to him now. He found himself at a crossroads and decided to move forward alone. All he had to do was pick his next crime at this point. Chun had run the gamut of armed robbery yet proven to himself that he was as capable of executing seemingly impossible heists as he was small theft he felt confident that he can pull off a crime of even greater magnitude. It also had to be more lucrative. Prison HADN'T TAMED. Chung's appetite for wealth. If anything it made him more insatiable Roderick Broadhurst a professor of criminology noted that Chun's willingness to go to extremes for money isn't really uncommon. We live in a society measured by wealth and status. So it's unsurprising that when people can't earn the money they desire through conventional means. They turned to innovative. In sometimes illegal methods. Chung was no exception. He was obsessed with money and he would stop at nothing to feed his greed. With this goal in mind he settled on his most radical scheme. Yet it was going to kidnap the ten richest men Hong Kong and hold them for ransom. Coming up Chung goes after his first victim back to the story in June. Nineteen ninety-five forty-year-old. Cheung Kong had recently been released from his second stint in prison. But this time he made no effort to turn his life around and go legit he had gotten a taste of the good life and he was willing to do anything to hold onto it including kidnapping people for ransom. Chong had devised a dramatic scheme. He was going to abduct the ten wealthiest men in Hong Kong and hold them for ransom. Having settled on this plan Chung got down to the specifics who to kidnap I ultimately. He decided on thirty one year old. Victor Lee the son of one of Hong Kong's wealthiest businessmen and the heir to his father's Fortune Chauncey. Kahn had a lot in common with victor's father. Sixty eight year old. Li ka-shing neither grew up particularly wealthy and both men had taken huge risks that resulted in vast wealth. But while Chong used illegal means Li ka-shing had honed his legacy honestly in one thousand nine hundred ninety six sixty eight year old businessman. Li ka-shing was the richest man. In Asia. Hong Kongers affectionately referred to him as Superman for his quintessential rags to riches tale Li ka-shing and his family fled to Hong Kong from mainland China during the Second World War. Shortly afterwards lease father died of tuberculosis saddling. His sixteen year old son with financial responsibility for the whole family Lee began working at a factory where he was eventually promoted to manager by the age of twenty two. He had saved up enough meager earnings to open his very own plastics factory. Cheung Kong Industries Lease Company proved to be massively successful and he used his profits to branch out into other lucrative industries shrewd businessman. He invested in energy solutions technologies and building developers throughout the world as well as real estate in Hong Kong in spite of his wealth. Li ka-shing was well loved. He had a solid reputation for being a man of his word stating that a verbal yes or no is as good as a written contract and he was a very modest family man. His pride and joy in life was his son. Victor Thirty one year old. Victor had spent his formative years being groomed to take over. Cheung Kong Industries. He studied civil engineering at Stanford University before moving to Vancouver where he oversaw one of his father's subsidiary companies Husky Energy. When Victor came aboard the company was doing quite poorly but victor side as an opportunity to prove himself by one thousand nine hundred ninety Husky energy was thriving and Victor. Li had been promoted to co-chairman impressed by his sons initiative. Li ka-shing invited victor to return to Hong Kong and worked directly underneath him at Cheung Kong headquarters by Nineteen ninety-six thirty one year old. Victor was well established at Cheung Kong. Little did he know that criminal mastermind. Cheung Kong was watching his every move. Chung's men gathered information. About what time victor left home in the morning? How long it took him to get to work. What kind of car? He drove and where he went to lunch. Once Chung piece together victor schedule he discovered that on May Twenty Third Nineteen ninety-six. Victor was scheduled to visit his father's home in deep water. Bay Chung thought. This was as good a time as any to strike the evening of May Twenty Third. Victor wrapped up his last meeting for the day. He was looking forward to a quiet night with his family and his dark blue. Nissan President Limousine was waiting outside for him but Chunky Kong and four other men were waiting for him to victor. Li casually tossed his briefcase into the back seat of the Waiting Limo. But before he had a chance to slide into his seat he was blindsided. Five men tackled him shoving a blindfold over his face in a split second before he was blindfolded. Victor caught a glimpse of the assault. Rifles that Chung in the four other men were carrying you felt calloused hands. Hold his arms behind his body while someone else bound his wrists and legs with chains. Victor heard several different voices but he couldn't tell how many from what he could tell. One man was in charge. The whole ordeal happened. In a matter of seconds even victor's driver couldn't react fast enough to help Chung and his men tossed victor into a waiting truck and started driving hours past. Victor had no idea where they were headed. He was worried they had crossed the border into China or his chances of being discovered were slim after what felt like ours. Victor was dragged from the car and tossed into a small dark place that had wooden walls and no windows. This was hardly a room. It was more like a wooden crate. The kind used for shipping cargo one of the henchmen handed victor a bowl of steamed pork and rice. He accepted not knowing when or if he was going to get any more food. Victor wondered if he should just ask the man what was going on or what they wanted from him but that could potentially be more dangerous. You decided to keep his mouth shut. All he could do was wait for answers. Meanwhile at Lea- ka-shing's palatial home in Deep Water Bay Road Victor's billionaire father anxiously awaiting his arrival. Dinner was almost ready. And it wasn't like victor to be so late. Finally the doorbell rang. One of the maids went to the door. Expecting to see victor but her jaw dropped in terror when she saw a different familiar face to recognized him from the newspaper. Chunky Kong the criminal. Who Had Rob Kai Tak? Airport Chung demanded to see Li ka-shing immediately. He informed -ly that if he ever wanted to see his son again it would cost him two billion Hong Kong dollars..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Dedicated located two crushing internal unrest practicing drills well our hong kong bureau chief is james chambers and he joins us now on the line from hong kong james could you you bring us up to date with the latest please. Well most people will be aware. The hong kong airport was effectively shutdown this week on monday and tuesday by protesters <hes> <hes> i actually arrived back in hong kong last night and it's all <hes> up and running again. It was extremely quiet and you. There was no actually no signs of of anything having gone on in previous few days <hes> so while the airport is fully functioning now but as you said there's reports of these <hes> chinese military ah gathering in in shanzen the official <hes> reason for this is is preparing for drills as a big anniversary happening on october the first of the formation of the foundation of the people's republic of china <hes> so they officially preparing for for that kind of stuff but obviously we all know that <hes> they're eh just watching the situation in hong kong now <hes> i guess the fact that <hes> the airport was closed down that really has got everyone's attention and some some very ugly scenes at the airport <hes> since the protesters have left they they have taken a bit of time to reflect on on. I guess how how how the <hes> how behaved the during those times especially essentially <hes> detaining a couple of people and beating them up so there's a bit of <hes> it's quite quiet at the moment in hong kong but <hes> we're preparing for another weekend protest indeed i mean what does the the the presence of military police police conducting drills on the border do for those who intend to protest this weekend one suspects that they may be a chilling effect while it you can't ignore the fact that it's very deliberate is essentially it is a warning but <hes> you know when when you think about it <hes> it is it surprising that the the chinese government are being prepared or you know i in case <hes> something does happen that escalates it even further to to what we saw at at the airport so <hes> on you know on the one hand <hes> it's definitely a warning <hes> you know if if if protesters go even further than the chinese step in <hes> but there's also it you know it's i guess it's understandable that beijing would want to be ready if they do need to intervene <hes> but <hes> it's it's interesting how they're the johny government do <hes> many things to try and end this one is kind of hard power display that we've been talking about but there's a lot of other things going on and and the big focus right now today is <hes> is on the economy and business <hes> hong kong's riches manley cashing <hes> he's taken taken out loads of adverts in most of the papers basically calling for an end to the violence say enough is enough. If there's any more will risk risk <hes> you know hurting hong kong <hes> beyond repair now this <hes> this can be seen as a cynical response to a meeting the all these tycoons in hong kong or call to by the beijing government's <hes> a few weeks ago basically suggesting that they use their influence <hes> and try and i'm encouraged protesters in hong kong bring into this <hes> li ka-shing is notoriously influential people have often looked up to him in hong kong because he is incredibly enrich a self made man <hes> but <hes> he certainly doesn't have that sway anymore especially on the youngsters who are taking part in this and this could backfire arnhem indeed. It's the the advert that he's taken out. <hes> is is rather puzzling. Some might suggest i mean you say he's he's the richest man but he is urging people all to stop protesting in the name of love. He's saying love freedom. Love tolerance love the rule of law. <hes> arguably things at the protesters would claim claim is exactly what they were doing. Yes indeed it's you can see right through the you know..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Us at the one reference rate a little weaker than the market had been predicting seven spots zero three one two against the dollar off shore we are a little weak right now down about a tenth of one percent seven spots zero five forty six the dollar meantime pushing higher if you look at the Bloomberg dollar spot were up a tenth of one percent the cost me down one percent ASX two hundred turning negative with the loss of one tenth of one percent similar decline in Shanghai one tenth of one percent let's get global news now from adventures standing by in the Bloomberg nine sixteen user medic all right thank you Douglas south Korean defense ministry says north Korea's fire two unidentified projectiles between the Korean peninsula Japan says it is monitoring for possible further launches North Korea says it will never talk to south Korean officials again KCNA reports North Korea has no thoughts to sit across from south Korean officials nor does it have anything to say to them John is now saying Hong Kong protests threaten the one country two systems arrangement Hong Kong police say they are not aware of any military plans by China and just up on the Bloomberg terminal now first word that Hong Kong billionaire Li ka shing has put up in advertisements in both English and Chinese language newspapers in the city today urging the stop of violence and Israel has barred visitation entry to U. S. congresswoman rishi to play but and ilog Omar due to their support for Israeli boycotts and of Myanmar and Bangladesh have started to rowing a reparation next week the writers reports as they've agreed says a total of three thirty five hundred refugees have been cleared for return global news twenty four hours a day on air in a tick talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco Ahmed Baxter this is Bloomberg.

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"But it is extraordinarily and he's six months ago. The Federal Reserve was talking about raising interest rates. Now, let me just give you a sense of the UK, US, economy, three point six percent unemployment. That is the lowest unemployment rate since nineteen sixty nine one hundred four straight months of job growth wages up three percent. The S and P five hundred is up sixteen percent year today and we're only in June one percent of all time high. None of those things, tell you that the economy needs more stimulus and yet, we have a Frederick, that is about to cut rates. It is truly extraordinary, but of course, if you look at Donald Trump's background, what is he he's a property tycoon the success of being a property owner really depends on massive amounts of cheap debt, which is what Trump wants to see. He wants to see very cheap debt in the US, of course that does. Well, the forget that Donald Trump has combined. A number of times. Now students are other people who get quite cheap debt. But it looks like some kids in China won't have any destitute all. So this is a great story. So there was American billionaire Robert Smith, who vowed to pay off loans of his undergraduates at one of his favourite American colleges. He came out with that about a month ago. We'll either this so much shit in being billionaire. Now we've got a Hong Kong, billionaire Li Ka-shing following in the American footsteps vowing to pay off the loans of undergraduates in a Chinese university. The shantelle university in Guangdong, apparently, this is where this is the province, which Li Ka-shing came from came to Hong Kong natives billions now giving back. So there's a couple of things I like the endless, you know, one ship of billionaires, but also the other entertaining angle. But hey, you've got to Hong Kong billionaire helping Hong Kong students, but Chinese mainland students. To get through their studies. And I'm wondering if a Hong Kong billionaire, you need to improve your popularity in Beijing, I do wonder and finally who invented bitcoin. Oh, now this is a fascinating one, the k because supposedly it's a fait it's completely an an anonymous person called Souto, she Nakamoto. And there's endless spec speculation in bitcoin circles about who this person actually, is by the way, he does own about nine billion dollars with bitcoin, so he's probably quite wealthy, but it's this mysterious inventor of bitcoin, and Australian-born technologist Craig. Right. Has been plaguing has hayme for quite a few years..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Masters in Business

"French English separatism in Montreal Montreal. So then I realized what the problem was and at that particular point in time that would have made been ninety six or ninety seven pricing did not really reflect the problems that were going on. But by ninety seven ninety eight they did. And that's when I made my first purchase. So in other words that dual language mandate helped to drive real estate prices lower. Well, it was it was it was a confluence of events that there was an extended recession, but certainly. The fact that the Anglophiles led by the Seagram family had made a decision to pull out of of Montreal was not positive. And in fact, the first property I bought was from Seagram from Seagram's owned entity. And what do you what do you think of Montreal today? You know, I think it's a fantastic city. I often say it's France and North America, and it's booming. It's got a great tech center sector. I think it's a wonderful place. And some folks have said that Canada had come through the financial crisis without any of their banks blowing up they have far fewer banks a lot of concentration in the four or five largest banks. But a whole lot more regulation and a home lot more oversight. The good news is their banks are all in pretty good shape. The bad news as a lot of people pointed Canadian real estate is. One of the bigger bubbles in the world. What what are your thoughts on that? Well, it's true that cap rates in Canada have compressed great deal. And I haven't been able to buy any new income property there for five or more years. So I certainly agree that the market has has very expensive. Does that mean, it's a bubble? Maybe I think the bubble that's referred to is sometimes a construction boom in Toronto Toronto has traditionally absorbed fifteen to twenty thousand new units a year, which is extraordinarily. And they've been doing it for almost twenty years say have that much immigration to the city. They have that much immigration both international as well as domestic and people wonder how long can this continue without some sort of a? A breather since I started going to Vancouver for a conference about a decade ago. I just think that's a fantastic city. It's beautiful. The weather is nice. The people are nice. The architecture is great. It's right on the bay. Some people have described that as a China induced bubble a lot of folks out of China can get money out of the country to buy real estate, and they the locals complain about these si through towers brand new buildings go up there fully sold. Nobody's living in them. What what do you see is happening in in Vancouver? Well, the history of of the largest development project that I know of Vancouver was of course, owned by Li Ka-shing who's perhaps the wealthiest person in in in Asia. I think he's Hong Kong based he also owns ten percent of CIBC one of Canada's largest banks. So so his presence. And he's legendary he's the Warren Buffett of of of Asia, and certainly has a lot of investors an apartment owners who have followed him and who have bought the complexes that he that? He's built there. And it's I haven't been there recently. But enormous so there is a very close tie to to to China to Asia. And of course, it's it's convenient because you can fly fly there easily being west coast city, and I can imagine that today with with the Chinese currency controls that that will affect the Vancouver market. In fact, I think I've read a little bit that it already has a clearly the ability of the Chinese to to buy outside the market is as being severely reduced and compromised at the moment. So you you mentioned you have invest. It's in real estate outside of North America. Where where are you putting money to work in either Europe or South America or Asia what what catches your fancy these? Well, my most recent they really to places that I would think about I is Holland all in was at the end of a long recession about two or three years ago banks weren't lending and a lot of the local real estate companies were very compromised by the losses that they took during during sustained recession. So real estate was very cheap in Holland, and nobody had the ability to execute on it Miot..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Good catches vais sponsored our conference. And also did the did the did the Recep. On Thursday evening. So the first night of the conference and people who eat tuna were eating their tuna. And we're just blown away. They've also got crab cakes. And they're going to be rolling out a bunch of other fish alternatives and two of the chefs behind that are Derek Sarno, and Chad Sarno who have also been advisers from from when we were first conceived super cool is there good catch products should be on the market certainly by the end of the year out for them. And they have a line of products in the UK to like, I was just in London, and you can go into their version of seven eleven have pre prepackaged healthy, sandwiches and things like that. That are all totally plant based. Yeah. Wicked healthy is the brand and they're going to be launching in the US a brand called wicked meaty, which is which is also something that new crop capital and the good food institutes working together. Cool. So if you can grow meat products in this fashion. And. From these cells, I would presume that you could also create cheese and dairy products as well true. What's going on there? So is there a cellular products, of course? So you go straight to the proteins rather than the cells, and that's actually quite a bit easier. So you're just isolate the proteins you do need to use genetic modification. So the final product is not GMO, but there is a GMO process. So you can take a GMO yeast or a GMO bacteria, and you get whatever the proteins are that you want the east or the bacteria to grow and you program that directly into the east, and how comes and it's genetically identical thing so you can create cheese or milk or egg, proteins eggs, and Milken cheese are pretty complex. But once you actually have the key proteins that give it the binding or give it the flavor that give it the, you know, whatever it is that you like about cheese or milk or eggs. It's probably going to be an easier process than meat. Although it is the case that there are far fewer companies doing it. So. The absolute leader in dairy is a company called perfect day, which is being funded by the richest guy in Asia guy, named Li Ka-shing who has venture capital fund called horizons ventures, and he's the money behind horizons ventures, the main egged company as a company called Clara foods, and then there's also a gelatin company called shelter. The world is getting crazy, Bruce. It is getting crazy. We we really think there should be a lot more plant base meat and evasion. So plant based meat companies that are focused on bio mimicry that are focused on food tech like good catch is phenomenal company company. And they're doing a great job with tuna. They're mostly focused on culinary. I think their slogan something like chef mastered. I can't remember exactly, but they really focus on sort of chef side of things, and that's exciting. But there is a tremendous amount that could be done with food tech, and some people I think maybe the that impossible and beyond meat have that Qurna. They absolutely don't it's still a third of one percent of the market. So we would like to see a lot more companies saying, let's see what happens if we use Lupu. Let's see what happens if we use chickpeas. Let's see what happens if we use millet, and like all of these under explored proteins and turn that into plant basement. Yeah. And the plant based dairy market cap is massive. Oh, yeah. It's interesting plant based area has just surpassed thirteen percent of the dairy market. It was ten percent. I think two years ago..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

"Or listening to the AP digital news network north and South Korea are planning a groundbreaking ceremony this year to connect their railways and roads the rivals of agreed on several other plans to bring the two nations together and reduce border tensions. They're also talking about sending combined teams to the twenty twenty summer Olympics and making a push Toco host the twenty thirty two summer games. And the two countries will hold Red Cross talks North Korea's diamond mountain resort in November to set up video conference meetings between ageing relatives separated by the nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three Korean war and potentially expand face to face reunions between them South Korea's unification minister says it's meaningful that the Korea's are getting faster and reaching agreements as their diplomacy gains traction. The bluegrass music hall of fame and museum opens this week in Kentucky, a new fifteen million dollar building in downtown Owensboro. And we'll celebrate with three days of music Thursday through Saturday hall of papers on the Bill to reform include Bobby Osborne, Doyle Lawson, Larry sparks, Rodney, Dillard, and Paul Williams. The event does required invitation in the Sam Bush shou is already sold out. But no worries if you didn't get an invite or a ticket a free concert is set for Saturday on the outdoor stage that Bill includes high fidelity front country town mountain and yonder mountain string band. Chinese Premier Li Ka-Shing has pledged to open up his country. To Dutch businesses is the way of promoting commerce between the trading partners, Lisa's. He expects contracts worth ten billion US dollars or eight point six billion euros to be signed between Dutch and Chinese companies during his visit to the Netherlands. He says Beijing did a deal this year to allow a German company to establish a petrochemical plant in a coastal province of southeast China and pledged China will remove for an equity restrictions to Dutch companies as well. The missing writer. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute, the United Nations, High Commissioner for human rights want Saudi Arabia and Turkey to reveal everything they know about the disappearance and possible killing of Saudi writer, Jamal kashogi. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia meeting with king Salman president. Trump was asked about the trip last night. And we're working with Saudi Arabia with Turkey, and they are working together to figure out what happened. They wanna know what happened also. So a lot of people are working on Turkish forensic. Investigators searched the Saudi consulate in Istanbul worker show he disappeared about two weeks ago. Five people were found dead in a home south of Nashville for youth young children and one adult female share a Bucky rolling says there were no previous reports of any violence at that home. There were reports in Tennessee. This may have been a murder suicide. I'm Ed Donahue. AP digital news back in a moment. The two..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

"Millions of songs. Download the Amazon music app today. Facing suspected manipulation of diesel emissions. The German automaker OPEL is being investigated. The German DP news agency reported that investigators went to company facilities Monday in Russelsheim and Kaiserslauten spokeswoman for prosecutors in Frankfurt all the agency. Investigators suspect OPEL may have used software to turn off emissions controls at certain engine speeds and temperatures Opal which is part of France's PS a group confirmed the searches but declined to offer details the American League championship series is all knotted up at a game apiece. AP's gathered cool ball reports. The Red Sox got some help from the green monster to rally past the Astros. Jackie Bradley, jR. Played the unlikely hero for the Red Sox in their come from behind seven five win over the Astros to even the AL CS at one game apiece. Sunday, Bradley, hit a two-out basis. Clearing. Double off the green monster in left to put Boston up five to four in the third house in here's count. So I just wanted to not too much. See a pitch in his own that could handle and I got it on to one count. Boston's David price fell short of as first playoff win as a starter. Allowing four runs and four and two thirds innings Marlin Gonzalez Basta two run Homer and George Springer had a two run double for the Astros. Geffen? Cool ball Boston. Chinese Premier Li Ka-Shing has pledged to open up his country. To Dutch businesses is the way in promoting commerce between the trading partners leases. He expects contracts worth ten billion US dollars or eight point six billion euros to be signed between Dutch and Chinese companies during his visit to the Netherlands. He says Beijing did a deal this year to allow a German company to establish a petrochemical plant in a coastal province of southeast China and pledged China will remove for an equity restrictions to Dutch companies as well. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there be sort of subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

"Front country town mountain and yonder mountain string band. Chinese Premier Li Ka-Shing has pledged to open up his country. To Dutch businesses is the way in promoting commerce between the trading partners leases expects contracts worth ten billion US dollars or eight point six billion euros to be signed between Dutch and Chinese companies during his visit to the Netherlands. He says Beijing did a deal this year to allow a German company to establish a petrochemical plant in a coastal province of southeast China and pledged China will remove for an equity restrictions to Dutch companies as well. A World War Two era. Artillery rocket had to be removed by air force explosive experts after it was used as a garden decoration in a Florida neighborhood. The army corps of engineers were working at Vero beach neighborhood Thursday when they noticed the two foot training rocket. They notified the explosives team at nearby. Patrick air force base team said while it appeared to be disarmed. It may still contain explosives. The Vero beach area was a major military training site during World War Two and the air force believes the rocket came from that era contractors of map to twenty thousand acre area. They're searching for buried World War Two training ordinance. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

"Global warming could mean higher beer prices. According to a new study, the international study says bouts of extreme heat waves and drought. We'll cut production of barley. When that happens beer prices on average could double and in countries like Ireland prices could triple the university of California Irvine Steve Davis says the beer research was partly done to drive home, the not that palatable methods that climate change is messing with all sorts of aspects of our daily lives. The study has been published in the journal nature plants. Chinese Premier Li Ka-Shing has pledged to open up his country. To Dutch businesses is a way of promoting commerce between the trading partners leases. He expects contracts worth ten billion US dollars or eight point six billion euros to be signed between Dutch and Chinese companies during his visit to the Netherlands. He says Beijing did a deal this year to allow a German company to establish a petrochemical plant in a coastal province of southeast China and pledged China will remove for an equity restrictions to Dutch companies as well. The bluegrass music hall of fame and museum opens this week in Kentucky. It's a new fifteen million dollar building in downtown owns borough. And we'll celebrate with three days of music Thursday through Saturday hall of favors on the Bill to reform include Bobby Osborne, Doyle Lawson, Larry sparks, Rodney, Dillard, and Paul Williams. The event does required invitation and the Sam Bush shou is already sold out. But no worries if you didn't get an invite or ticket a free concert is set for Saturday on the outdoor stage that Bill includes high front country town mountain and yonder mountain string band. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on AP News

"App today or listening to the AP digital news network north and South Korea are planning a groundbreaking ceremony this year to connect their railways and roads the rivals of agreed on several other plans to bring the two nations together and reduce border tensions. They're also talking about sending combined teams to the twenty twenty summer Olympics and making a push Toco host the twenty thirty two summer games. And the two countries will hold Red Cross talks at North Korea's diamond mountain resort in November to set up video conference meetings between ageing relatives separated by the nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three Korean war and potentially expand face to face reunions between them South Korea's unification minister says it's meaningful that the Korea's are getting faster and reaching agreements as their diplomacy gains traction. Chinese Premier Li Ka-Shing has pledged to open up his country. To Dutch businesses is the way promoting commerce between the trading partners leases. He expects contracts worth ten billion US dollars or eight point six billion euros to be signed between Dutch and Chinese companies during his visit to the Netherlands. He says Beijing did a deal this year to allow a German company to establish a petrochemical plant in a coastal province of southeast China and pledged China will remove for an equity restrictions to Dutch companies as well. The mega millions lottery. Prize has now climbed to an estimated six hundred fifty four million dollars after nearly three months without a winner. The odds of winning the fourth largest jackpot in US history remain at one in three hundred two point five million. The estimated six hundred fifty four million dollar jackpot refers to the annuity option paid out over twenty nine years the cash option which is favoured by nearly all winners is three hundred seventy two million. The next drying is on Tuesday night. Trump and Saudi King. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news. President Trump talked with Saudi Arabia's King salmon today about the disappearance a Saudi journalists and critics Jamal kashogi. Stronger..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Manufacturer is freaked out. Around tariffs on automobiles because the price point is so big we all know that are extremely disruptive to the industry extremely expensive to the industry. Most likely not the economy into some sort of recession because it's very inflationary on this subject of trade. Bloomberg is hearing a deal with Canada on NAFTA is unlikely this week Doug and from the Bloomberg terminal Telecom Italia is said to be considering a bid for Nextel in Brazil in Hong Kong. It looks like it's going to be a big day for may two on Dion ping shares in the Chinese ecommerce company are climbing in the gray market ahead of their debut. We have more from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. China's second largest tech startup is attempting what could be the second-biggest take IPO ever here. In Hong Kong, the Chinese restaurant review and delivery giant is said to have attracted personal investments from Hong Kong's richest person Li Ka-shing matrons chairman Wong. She is attempting to transform the company into a super light ten cents we chat, and once they have to take care of everything from digital payments to travel booking and bike rentals revenue at the company climbed one hundred and sixty one percent last year after more than tripling in two thousand sixteen in Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Amazon is said to be considering opening as many as three thousand Amazon goes stores in the next few years. Bloomberg Spencer Sopa calls this a huge push for the company. Amazon. Go is really this cashier Lewis store where you can go in and take what you want and leave without having a standard align or pay. Anybody is the most distinctive all of the things that's tried. And so now what we're seeing that they want to really put all of their horsepower behind this. And really expand. The cashier store around the country Amazon already has several Amazon guys in Seattle and elsewhere. So I thought I have a small selection of groceries along with salads and sandwiches. It sort of makes it like a seven eleven without the gas. Well, a unit of China's h and a group is apparently backed away from plans to buy most of the ecommerce company. China Dong Dong, we have the story from Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat. A billion dollar deal is no more is ladies acquisition terminated as h NA faces pressure to sell everything outside of its aviation routes, the unit agent eight technology pulled out of what it called changes in internal policy and the market environment. AJ was wants to the forefront of China's global buying binge. It now plans to unload more than seventeen billion dollars in assets. According to a tally by Bloomberg including its holdings in Deutsche Bank. It all go, I'm Rishaad Salamat, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. Let's get a check of all the global news with Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Ed. All right. Thank you. Juliette? South Korean president moon. Jae and says North Korea's agreed to the first step toward denuclearization. US? Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has responded he wants to engage immediately. President moon says North Korea for the first time has agreed to dismantle Don Chong re missile to engine and launch pads to the presence of international experts. Hung kit. President moon also saying North Korea's agreed to take additional measures such as a permanent dismantling Nangahar nuclear facility, if their corresponding measures from the US now what those measures are has not been disclosed. But President Donald Trump says he's happy..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Doesn't matter. Whether you're a retailer, a supplier or manufacturer is freaked out around tariffs on automobiles because the price point is so big we all know that will be extremely disruptive to the industry extremely expensive to the industry. Most likely knocked the economy into some sort of recession because it's very inflationary. And on the subject of trade, Bloomberg is now hearing any deal between the US and Canada regarding NAFTA is unlike. Unlikely at least this week rish. Yeah. Go bad news for those who've been Alibaba would be a job created in the US co founder, Jack Ma is getting back on his earlier promise of creating a million jobs in the United States shouldn't quoting him as saying the current US China trade situation has destroyed his preconditions commitment Ma says he will keep pushing for the healthy development of bilateral trade ties. It's going to be a big day for Mitchell. John Deehan peeing and for those who are into Chinese tech IPO's shares of the ecommerce company or climbing in the gray market ahead of their trading debut. We have the story from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. China's second-largest tech startup is attempting what could be the second-biggest take IPO ever here. In Hong Kong, the Chinese restaurant review and delivery giant is said to have trusted personal investments from Hong Kong's richest person Li Ka-shing matrons chairman Wong. She is attempting to transform the company into a super ten cents. We chat and once they have to take care of everything from digital payments to travel booking and bike rentals revenue at the company climbed one hundred and sixty one percent last year after more than tripling in two thousand sixteen. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne, man. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Amazon is said to be considering opening as many as three thousand Amazon go stores the next few years. Bloomberg's Spencer Sopa causes a huge push for the company Amazon. Go is really this cat. Fearless store where you can go in and take what you want and leave without having to stand in a line or pay. Anybody is the most distinctive all of the things. That's tried. And so now what we're seeing that they want to really put all of their horsepower behind this. And really expand. The cashier LA's store around the country. Amazon already has several Amazon goes in Seattle and elsewhere. So they have a small selection of groceries along with salads and sandwiches bid like a seven eleven without the gasoline Bodega like about a guy anyway, if you live in New York City, all right five and a half past the hour. Let's get you caught up on global news. Now, we've got South Korean president moon Jae gins saying that North Korea has agreed to the first step toward denuclearization. Ed Baxter covering the story in the rest of global news for us from the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco. Eddie, yeah. Exactly. Right. Doug in the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo responded. He wants to engage in mmediately, president moon says North Korea for the first time as agreed to dismantle the Dongcheng read missile engine test site and launch pads in the presence of international experts. Hung also North Korea's agreed to take measures such as a permanent dismantling of Nangahar nuclear facility corresponding measures from the US now what those measures are not disclosed. But the US President Donald Trump sounds pretty happy progress. Yeah. His also. And so fast. His secretary of state says US is ready to engage immediately to transform relations. He's invited his counterpart re young ho to the US next week for u N General Assembly in New York, the cavenaugh sexual assault allegation hearing public negotiations are churning. But no resolution judiciary charity Chuck Grassley as an invitation to accuser, Dr Christine Blasi Ford about her attorney says there should be an FBI investigation. I it's become a woman's issue. Senator Kamla Harris. This should not be incumbent on women of the United States.

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Manufacturer is freaked out around tariffs on automobiles because the price point is so big we all know that it will be extremely disruptive to the industry extremely expensive to the industry. Most likely knocked the economy into some sort of recession because it's very inflationary Bloomberg. By the way is hearing that a deal with Canada. On NAFTA is not likely this week. It's going to be a big day for may twenty damping and for anyone who's into Chinese take on PEOs. She has the e commerce company a climbing and the gray market ahead of their trading debut today. We've got more from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. China's second-largest tech startup is attempting what could be the second-biggest take IPO ever here in Hong Kong Chinese restaurant review and delivery, giant is said to have attracted personal investments from Hong Kong's richest person Li Ka-shing matrons chairman Wong. She is attempting to transform the company into a super light ten cents we chat, and what they have to take care of everything from digital payments to travel booking and bike rentals revenue at the company climbed one hundred sixty one percent last year after more than tripling in two thousand sixteen. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Amazon is said to be considering opening as many as three thousand Amazon go stores in the next few years. Bloomberg's spencer. Soper calls this huge push for the company. Amazon. Go is really this cashier. Lists store where you can go in and take what you want and leave without having to stand in line or pay. Anybody is the most distinctive all of the things. That's tried. And so now what we're seeing is that they want to really put all of their horsepower behind this. And really expand. The cashier store around the country. Amazon already has several Amazon goes in Seattle and elsewhere, so far they have a small selection of groceries along with salads and sandwiches making it like a seven eleven without the gas or like Bodega if you live in New York City and Paul perish the thought an anchor Lewis radio show. Yeah. In the era of anything is possible. Agent is scrapping. Its one point one billion dollar purchase of most of ecommerce China. Dang dang, the trouble conglomerates as a changed its mind after changes in policy and the market environment agent is been trying to unload assets after coming under government scrutiny for going on a massive overseas. Buying spree and racking up a huge amount of debt to do it. All right. The time is six and a half minutes here past the hour. South Korean president moon. Jae-in says North Korea has agreed to the first step toward denuclearization are extra as global news. In the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Okay, bryan. Yeah. And US secretary of state. Mike Pompeo's responded he wants to engage immediately. President moon says North Korea for the first time as an agreed to dismantle the Don Chang re missile engine test site and launchpad in the presence of international experts. Also, North Korea's agreed to take additional measures such as the permanent dismantling of the young young nuclear facility their corresponding measures. If there are corresponding measures from the US what those measures are has not been disclosed. But US President Donald Trump seems to be happy..

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"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"li ka shing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Daybreak Asia just gone past seven thirty in, the morning, here in Hong Kong very good morning so all of you I'm, David Ingles and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. World headquarters in New York. We've got the employment report, tomorrow eight thirty p. AM I'm sorry Wall Street. Time special coverage for you here on Bloomberg radio we'll talk more about that coming up cash markets in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul open at the top of the hour. Futures on the K.. Show is maybe one hundred points above where we were in cash yesterday but we had a meltdown in the Chinese currency. During the New York session we'll talk more about that as we continue right now this hour's. Top business stories. And perhaps playing into, that story dot com or secretary Wilbur Ross is signaling more trade pain here. For China unless well unless he. Says Beijing changes that system he. Told Fox News. The administration will make it harder for China. To continue what he called bad practices then it would be too well reform but foreign minister Wani says Taras also hurt American companies The US is trying to put pressure on China but, we don't think such an approach will, work to China is. Ready to talk to anyone who is ready to talk to us including the US. But this kind of dialogue has to, take place on the basis of mutual respect and equality That's repeated it will. Never, surrender to US trade threats well those trade tensions aren't affecting the outlook on China for two money managers. Based here in the US I'm. Talking about Tom Massie. And Nuno for nana's. They oversee the trilogy global advisors the firm has about one point two billion in its emerging. Wealth fund now as messy and Fernandez believed the, most attractive investment opportunities in developing nations remain in Asia is specially China they mentioned two companies in particular one sells luxury spirits the other expensive toothpaste. China is increasing consumption of high end products due to marginally rising wages and government healthcare investments Yeah I kind of know think, what, the toothpaste maker is a fairly expensive. Set myself that's probably. Anyway we'll talk more about that later on let's have a look at Japan. No Nikkei news is saying sharp listen to this. Will, stop making household appliances in Japan so in fiscal twenty nine nine. The conic Japanese company of course. Will end LCD TV production at its Chidi. Plant, in the country and start making refrigerators in Osaka the Nikkei says production. Will move to its haunt high facilities in Thailand and elsewhere Sharp's domestic facilities. Will concentrate on high value electrical. Components apple made history in the, states today stock finished at two seven. Thirty, nine following a strong earnings report in the prior session apple became the first US company with a market. Cap over a trillion dollars other. US tech giant's not. Far behind Amazon alphabet. Microsoft each worth more than eight hundred billion are from that level groups struggling company here said The examining now it's options for its Avalon aircraft leasing unit now we're told firms backed by Hong Kong. Tycoon, Li Ka-shing and Henry Chang has held talks about buying a stake or some of. The company's assets, now Avalon had a book value of. More than seven billion dollars at. The end of last year and. Has potential to be among HANA's biggest disposal stateside it. Was a mixed day for equities. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett the Dow lower s&p NASDAQ higher NASDAQ gaining for a third day is tesla and payments process of. Square jumped after, reporting second-quarter results as for global trade tensions and markets trae Polaski. Is chief investment officer at teepee w investment, management but. I think the risk is here that you.

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Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle

"Daybreak Asia just gone past seven thirty in, the morning, here in Hong Kong very good morning so all of you I'm, David Ingles and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. World headquarters in New York. We've got the employment report, tomorrow eight thirty p. AM I'm sorry Wall Street. Time special coverage for you here on Bloomberg radio we'll talk more about that coming up cash markets in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul open at the top of the hour. Futures on the K.. Show is maybe one hundred points above where we were in cash yesterday but we had a meltdown in the Chinese currency. During the New York session we'll talk more about that as we continue right now this hour's. Top business stories. And perhaps playing into, that story dot com or secretary Wilbur Ross is signaling more trade pain here. For China unless well unless he. Says Beijing changes that system he. Told Fox News. The administration will make it harder for China. To continue what he called bad practices then it would be too well reform but foreign minister Wani says Taras also hurt American companies The US is trying to put pressure on China but, we don't think such an approach will, work to China is. Ready to talk to anyone who is ready to talk to us including the US. But this kind of dialogue has to, take place on the basis of mutual respect and equality That's repeated it will. Never, surrender to US trade threats well those trade tensions aren't affecting the outlook on China for two money managers. Based here in the US I'm. Talking about Tom Massie. And Nuno for nana's. They oversee the trilogy global advisors the firm has about one point two billion in its emerging. Wealth fund now as messy and Fernandez believed the, most attractive investment opportunities in developing nations remain in Asia is specially China they mentioned two companies in particular one sells luxury spirits the other expensive toothpaste. China is increasing consumption of high end products due to marginally rising wages and government healthcare investments Yeah I kind of know think, what, the toothpaste maker is a fairly expensive. Set myself that's probably. Anyway we'll talk more about that later on let's have a look at Japan. No Nikkei news is saying sharp listen to this. Will, stop making household appliances in Japan so in fiscal twenty nine nine. The conic Japanese company of course. Will end LCD TV production at its Chidi. Plant, in the country and start making refrigerators in Osaka the Nikkei says production. Will move to its haunt high facilities in Thailand and elsewhere Sharp's domestic facilities. Will concentrate on high value electrical. Components apple made history in the, states today stock finished at two seven. Thirty, nine following a strong earnings report in the prior session apple became the first US company with a market. Cap over a trillion dollars other. US tech giant's not. Far behind Amazon alphabet. Microsoft each worth more than eight hundred billion are from that level groups struggling company here said The examining now it's options for its Avalon aircraft leasing unit now we're told firms backed by Hong Kong. Tycoon, Li Ka-shing and Henry Chang has held talks about buying a stake or some of. The company's assets, now Avalon had a book value of. More than seven billion dollars at. The end of last year and. Has potential to be among HANA's biggest disposal stateside it. Was a mixed day for equities. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett the Dow lower s&p NASDAQ higher NASDAQ gaining for a third day is tesla and payments process of. Square jumped after, reporting second-quarter results as for global trade tensions and markets trae Polaski. Is chief investment officer at teepee w investment, management but. I think the risk is here that you.

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