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"marisa monche" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"marisa monche" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"With one of Brazil's most celebrated musicians, Marisa monche. The European leg of her tour starts in Milan this June. She spoke with monocle senior correspondent Fernando Augusta Pacheco about the tour and her latest album portas. Lonely boy no it's only one passed over though you won't die in them think it's a moment you go they say before you find it through and they never let you go then. I just finished a series of concerts here in my city where I was born and where I live this weekend. I did four concerts here and we just released the life the last song of the album that I released last year in July. At that point we were still in the middle of the pandemic crisis with a lot of infections and everything and it was a big challenge to record and release during that period. And I hold this song cause I wanted to release life and only when I had the chance to be back on stage where I believed at that point that I was really going to be ready to sing a song called feliz a LEGO fortune happy joyful and strong and I feel much more happy joyful and strong now than when you're ago. And I believe everybody because we are kind of returning to our lives to.

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"marisa monche" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:34 min | 6 months ago

"marisa monche" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"You are listening to the globalist first broadcast on the 31st of May, 2022 on monocle 24. The globalist in association with UBS. Hello, this is the globalist broadcasting to you live from Midori house in London. I'm Georgina Godwin. On the show ahead member states are working on getting rid of the Russian oil by active procedures. And our goal is to get completely rich of the Russian fossil fuels for good. Ursula von der leyen there will after weeks of negotiations, the EU has finally agreed to end seabourn deliveries of Russian oil. We'll ask if this watered down arrangement goes far enough to halt Russia's aggression. China has been knocked back in the Pacific as ten nations refused to sign up to a security pact. Does this reset the relationship with the west? In Israel, Edmund clashes during the annual flag parade, and the country is also warned against travel to turkey. We'll have analysis from the ground. We'll flick through the papers, get the latest business news, profile the two men going head to head for Columbia's leadership and. So I wanted to share a little bit of the feeling through the music and also offer to people some healing. I wanted to kind of provoke and promote a balance. We'll meet Brazilian superstar Marisa monche as she kicks off her world tour. That's all I had here on the globalist, life from London. First a look at what else is happening in the news. Canada's government is suggesting a national freeze on handgun ownership that would prevent people buying and selling them anywhere in the country. Taiwan says it deployed fighter jets to warn off 30 warplanes sent by China into its air defense soon yesterday. And Australia's center left Labor Party has secured enough seats in the lower house of parliament to govern in its own right. Do stay tuned to monocle 24 throughout the day for more on those stories. But first, European leaders, European Union leaders gathered in Brussels yesterday for the start of a two day emergency meeting that was overshadowed by disagreement on phasing out imports of Russian oil. Hungary, which imports 65% of its oil from Russia asks for an exception from the ban along with Slovakia and the Czech Republic. And a deal of thoughts has been agreed. Well, I'm joined now by Javier blas and Aegean commodities columnist at Bloomberg and co author of the world for sale, money, power, and the trades who bartered the earth's resources, and joining me on the line from Budapest is Justin's spike, who's Hungary correspondent for The Associated Press. Welcome to you both. Justin, why it was Hungary opposed to a Russian oil band. How dependent is it on Russian oil? Yes, as you mentioned, Hungary imports about 65% of its oil from Russia via pipeline, most of that is coming through neighboring Ukraine as a matter of fact. And so it's economy is really highly dependent on Russian oil as an energy source. Now, Hungary's prime minister, Victor Orban has insisted from the beginning from the first moment that this plan was brought up in early May to embargo Russian oil that it would be what he called an atomic bomb as it concerns Hungary's economy. So he's made it very clear from the very start of these negotiations that any agreement which would completely cut off Russian oil would be totally unacceptable to him. And again, as you mentioned, that led to long weeks of this negotiation being dragged out with Hungary being the sort of leading the charge among those few central and Eastern European landlocked countries who argued that the third economy simply could not go forward without any Russian oil. So now of course the EU has agreed a deal a watered down deal. What exactly now are the terms Justin? So the EU leaders made a decision and finally came to an agreement whereby seabound imports coming into European ports of Russian oil would be the ones to go under embargo. Those countries which are getting their oil via pipeline will be continued, we'll continue to be allowed to import Russian oil so that includes Slovakia Czech Republic and Hungary. This comes really is a great victory for Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban because this is something that he was after really from the beginning. And it also came to came as a surprise for many I believe that a deal managed to be struck late last night because as late as last yesterday evening or bandwidth throwing cold water on the prospects of reaching a deal anytime soon, he was saying that the proposal by the European Commission had a lot of problems which were unacceptable to Hungary, but somehow, in the late hours of Monday night, they managed to come to this agreement. Javier, let's come to you now. What would happen if Europe had announced it was ending all Russian oil imports immediately? I mean, would there have been riots given the way that this is going to would have affected ordinary citizens across the world? Well, we are already seeing a big increase in oil prices over the last two days. And we saw a lot of these import ban of Russian oil into the European Union. So what we have seen in that case, either has been an immediate ban, not rather the 6 months phase out that European Union have approved will have been a much sharper price increase and probably we will have suffered shortages. Europe always was meant to agree on a phase approach for this embargo taking 6 months to ban Russian imports into the European Union. And I think that even if it is a political victory for Hungary, when you look at the whole of the agreement and what it covers at the end of the day, the European Union will stop importing 90% of the oil that it was buying from Russia in 6 months time. It is a significant step and it will create a lot of trouble in Moscow to sell his oil into the international market. So just how damaging is it for Russia? It is very damaging. I mean, this means that Vladimir Putin has lost his main all customer for oil. So it needs to find a different customer for that oil and it has 6 months to do so. It may find a different customers like India and China. But it's not just that the European Union is imposing an embargo on Russian oil. They are other elements of the packet. They are as important as that embargo. And it's in particular the fact that the European Union companies will be banned from providing some services for the transportation of Russian oil in particular insurance. Only tankers and oil tanking companies rely on European insurance to be able to carry those services without that..

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