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Pelosi lands in Singapore to kick off Asia tour
"There are still questions as to whether House speaker Nancy Pelosi will visit Taiwan even as her Asia tour has already begun a person familiar with the matter says Pelosi and her delegation arrived in Singapore before dawn today Singapore's foreign ministry says Pelosi will meet with the country's president prime minister and a number of cabinet ministers Pelosi said over the weekend at a statement that she'd also visit Malaysia South Korea and Japan but she has not confirmed news reports that she also might visit Taiwan which China claims as its own territory in a phone call with president Joe Biden Chinese president Xi Jinping warned against meddling in Beijing's dealings with the island Donna water Washington
Biden, Xi to hold talks amid new tensions over Taiwan
"Renewed tension over Taiwan will likely be part of president Joe Biden's coming call with Chinese president Xi Jinping A U.S. official says President Biden will talk with China's president Xi Jinping on Thursday The plan call comes amid word that House speaker Nancy Pelosi could soon visit Taiwan The Chinese government has already warned of forceful measures should Pelosi visit the self ruled island that China claims as part of its territory Last week Biden told reporters U.S. Military officials believed it was not a good idea for the speaker to travel to Taiwan at the moment The plan talked between Biden and she will be the 5th in a series of regular check ins and has been in the works for weeks Tim McGuire Washington
"president xi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg daybreak Middle East. Our top stories this morning. The ram master says that the fed is just at the beginning of raising rates. Meanwhile, Jay Powell insists a recession can be avoided, but warns the task is getting tougher. The path to act of 2% inflation, while still retaining a sustaining a strong labor market, we believe we can do that. That is our aim. There's no guarantee that we can do that. It's obviously something that's going to be quite challenging, and I would also say that the events of the last few months have made it significantly more challenging. John is economy shows further signs of improvement, but president Xi Jinping is sticking with COVID zero saying strategies such as herd immunity would have unimaginable consequences. President Biden praises turkey's Erdoğan for finally relenting to Sweden and Finland joining NATO and for helping to get grain out of the Ukraine. And Uber raises first in the United Arab Emirates for the second time this year amid a surge in gasoline prices that has I paced the increases in neighboring oil rich states. It's just gone 8 a.m. across the Emirates, some men's grain in Dubai, and I'm used to Medellín right alongside you. So stock futures, leaning to the downside, we have to China data to digest and finally Wall Street analysts are moving on some of the earnings estimate JPMorgan downgrading some of the biggest tech companies on the S&P 500 mini were called down by about three tenths of 1%. We're really stood out to me. It's a note from George bawley, 60 year Wall Street veteran. He says the S&P 500 will sink to 3100. That's 35% of where we are now. He says that will be just a normal cyclical adjustment. What also caught my attention is some of the earnings announcements guidance. Specifically when restoration hardware it's not every day we talk about this high end hold furnishing in the U.S. the stock sliding after cutting revenue forecasts on slowing demand. The dire macro warning, they're seeing revenues contracting two to 5 digits in 2023 currently we are down and have post market about 5%. The consumer is in trouble. The struggle is clear as daylight on days like this Bed Bath & Beyond is another example, cruise stocks getting beached. I want to talk about energy also because oil is set for the first monthly decline. This year before the OPEC plus meeting, basically the rubber stamping is expected of a modest increase. Sure. But what really stood out was the inventory data out of the United States, stockpiles there, got released, and that shows that it's tight everywhere. RBC saying, $150, $175 a barrel, $200 a barrel at the end of this year, pick your number because it all speaks in favor of that kind of scenario, Manus. The question for the bond market use of is whether they're ready to declare that central banks are winning the fight and inflation. Now, you've seen rates at tip a little bit higher ever so slightly this morning. Two messages come through loud and clear from the federal Loretta master saying, it's wrong. It would be more costly to believe that inflation expectations are well angered. Yes, the break evens have rolled over dramatically. The 5 year break evens have imploded from 3.1% downsides from 3.76% down to 2.61%. So inflation expectations are rolling over. So what is a bond market thing? Well, the fed's looking for 4% at the end of next year. This is what the deck deck spread is saying, already they are pricing in 3% by the end of the year next year. So 3.08%. That is 50 basis points below where December futures are indicated at the moment. So the bond market is beginning to believe that the shakedown from the central banks is beginning to work. What does that mean for the dollar? Let's have a look at the dollar. I mean, you're up 7 and a half percent year to date. It was up 9% at its zenith. But you hear pile talking about the inflation fight will cause a bit of pain. In that sense of pain in terms of raising rates in economic pain, where do you want to be? And as Loretta master says, we are just at the beginning of raising rates. So there's a tussle between the market and the fed as usual. Tussles with the Asian market session every day. What's going on Jews? Well, it is a bit of a tussle because Mattis, you mentioned there that better than expected PMI data that we had coming through out of China, but at the same time you've got president Xi still saying that the path for them is COVID zero, but you also have that relaxation of some of those quarantine restrictions in place earlier in the week. So you are seeing an upside in China's CSI 300 very much taking that positive momentum and as we know we've been talking about this market getting very close to bull market territory, Hong Kong is a little bit more flat and we are seeing weakness in some of the other markets across Asia and this is as we continue to really be worried by global growth concerns that they are down by about one and a half percent. It's certainly been a better session for Asian currencies though today and that is on the back of that PMI data. We've had the one game we've had South Korea's one rebound as well. If you own a limb who manages FX over at malayan bank here in Singapore saying that this better pay my print out of China could be soothing sentiment and give a bit of a breather for Asian currencies which are actually on track for their worst quarter since 1997, creating a different dilemma for central bankers in this region. Let's quickly have a look at that PMI data. I know you're going to get into it with more detail with ender, but it was a bait in terms of that official PMI 50.2 from 49.6 in May that's the first time since February. We have seen that back in that expansionary territory and the non manufacturing at its highest in more than a year still a lot of challenges though for this economy and still overall estimates of about 4.1% growth for China this year, Manus, which is well down from that 5 and a half percent that they had flagged. Yep, was certainly going down in history as the worst as the worst first half for a number of sectors of the market deals. We'll catch up with you a little bit later on. So Jay palm, he says the U.S. economy is in strong shape and the Central Bank can reduce inflation without causing a recession even though that task has become trickier. The path back to 2% inflation, while still retaining a sustaining a strong labor market, we believe we can do that. That is our aim. There's no guarantee that we can do that. It's obviously something that's going to be quite challenging, and I would also say that the events of the last few months have made it significantly more challenging. Meanwhile, Paul's colleague Loretta master says the fed is only at the beginning of raising rates. Let's get more with our global economics and policy editor. Kathleen Hayes, Kathleen, good to have you with us. So it was an overall hulk ish tone from that panel at francine moderated. Your first take. Well, when it comes to Jay Powell, and I think he's the person who sort of led the pack today, he is ready. He's made it very clear he is ready to risk recession in order to get inflation down. He said the big risk is the fed doesn't do enough. Not enough to fight inflation. The big risk isn't recession. When he was asked about this very question, could you push too far? Listen to how he responded. Is there a risk that we would go too far certainly? There's a risk. But I wouldn't agree that it's the biggest risk to the economy. I think the bigger mistake to make. Let's put it that way. Would be to fail to restore price stability. Powell said there's a clock running. You can't let inflation expectations get entrenched. This is classic central banker many max strategy. You minimize the worst. The maximum mistake you could make. And in his eyes, in the fed's eyes, a recession, yes, it wouldn't be nice. But the worst outcome would be inflation that doesn't come down, a fed that has to be even more aggressive. Loretta mester says, the fed has to act forcefully in her remarks at center. She also pointed out that fed research shows that you get better outcomes when the fed worries too much about inflation expectations, not when it doesn't worry enough. As you said, just the beginning of rates, she sees the funds rate at 4% next year or a bit above, very different from the bond market right now. And I think we can kind of put the two sides together is this. If
"president xi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg opinion, I'm Bonnie Quinn, turning east now and specifically to China where president Xi Jinping this week criticized the impact of sanctions for causing global economic pain. Also this week, president Xi warned of hunger and he ordered more pro growth policies to boost China's COVID battered economy, shoot a ren joins now for some perspective on the Chinese consumer. Surely, president Xi sounds concerned about his people. How badly is the Chinese consumer suffering right now? I mean, if you just look at the youth unemployment rate at the periodic consumer sentiment survey, it doesn't lowest on record. User unemployment has already had 18%. 18%? Yes, it's going to take higher because college graduates are going to graduate in a month or so. Yes. So we're going to see basically one thing four or 5 young people aged between 16 and 24 unemployed. How can that happen, surely, we know that inflation hasn't been a problem, but how is unemployment such a problem in China? Well, a lot of it was the big packet that real estate developer cracked down. I mean, the tax sector employed a lot of people, especially young people, right? So that's a big chunk. And also because of the COVID lockdowns, I mean the big tech companies also hired a lot of gig economy workers to deliver workhouse drivers. And these people don't have any jobs right now. Do they have social security benefits or any kind of income coming in? Very little to be honest. And that's something very interesting about China, even though it claims to be a communist country. There is very little social security that and the president Xi Jinping is definitely not into the notion called the welfare state. He basically shares this ideology called production first and then living next. So what China has done is that they are giving subsidies to factories and say, oh, you know, like if you just keep those workers, we are going to give you some tax rebates. And they're not very many to be honest. So there is no talk of stimulus check. And there is very little unemployment check to be honest. I think in 2020, about 60 million people lost their job, only 2 million managed to claim unemployment. Wow, that is a serious serious black mark on the Chinese economy. Now, president Xi Jinping, he has an ego, he wants to hold himself upright in the world. How does he allow this unemployment rate continue to be the case if it's 18% for youth? What is it overall? Overall, urban and employment is a little bit shy of 7%. A lot of ways, because if you are like 40, 50 years old, chances are your workforce stay over enterprises. And they don't lay off workers, right? So a lot of the tension is into generational young people are struggling. Whereas you are 40, 50 year old that you are doing a little bit better. But still, you will have children who are young. So use unemployment is the biggest problem right now. President Xi has been talking about going easier on the tech sector and also FinTech reforms and reforms in other areas and that the economy is almost ready to incorporate those reforms and allow these companies operate again. Would that be a bright sign for employment? That will be. That's an early stage of perhaps unemployment recovery. We don't have a complete statistics, but just according to surveys, the tutoring sector used to hire about 17% of fresh college graduates. And that's actually what's completely wiped out because of the tax crackdown. So the government is trying, but it's not going to be like where it used to be. No, you point out that a record 10.8 million college graduates will be fresh out this summer. And there are no jobs for them right now. I mean, that will lead to social unrest if it continues, correct? I think the government is surely very worried. The thing is, the way China sees unemployment. But migrant workers, they always feel like, okay, you can always go back to your country side and go farm. They will never stop worried about my workers and employment they feel like you know the land is their employment ultimately. But for young fresh college graduates it's a problem because they're quite educated and they're frustrated and we have seen what happened in the Middle East and other hearts of the world. China is very worried right now. And China has a great reputation in the tech sector in semiconductors and all sorts of areas and you would have imagined that China would be able to put them to work, tell us about what you call gold silver and copper babies. So Chinese schools can be very harsh. I mean, I went through the Chinese system from very early out. They recognized by our great and then divided into gold and silver and copper. So the gold babies they are the ones who can go to qinghai and Beijing university and they're the next generation engineers that can design China's world class chips or EV auto parts. And then the copper babies, they tend to be migrant workers children. So they will do more gig economy work and perhaps lower manufacturing, construction work. The big chunk basically we're talking about two thirds now, because China's middle class is getting bigger. That's so close to a baby. They are okay students not stellar, but now most of those two are babies. They are getting college education as well. China and college attendance rate is close to 60% in the U.S. is only 40%. And these two were babies. Yeah, they don't want to go work in factories anymore. Their parents did. And then they are not good enough to design the next generation the chips. So China didn't know what to do with them. And all these silver babies, they want to go work for their own enterprises or work for the government. But the government is paring back. Its own employment as well. The government knows it's so easy uploaded to bloated. Everyone just sitting around doing nothing. And then the sewer babies, they used to go to the tech sector a lot. And now the tech sector is not hiring because of the crackdown. These are the big problems. Julie ran their stay tuned more on China's economy next, how COVID zero is impacting grows with Tim Colton on Bloomberg opinion. You see the. These days it's
Is China Headed Towrds a Revolution?
"Let me move to another part of the world in Shanghai 25 million people are starving. And if anyone doubted and you never did, the ruthlessness that president Xi and his colleagues in the CCP, it's on full display now. Do you think they may be facing the condition? I'm in France where a lack of food led to the 1789 revolution. And we saw lack of food in Russia in 1918 lead to revolution. Do you think China is dancing on the edge of a cliff here with what they're doing in Shanghai? Well, she bragged about his COVID policy after having unleashed the virus on millions of people from the Wuhan lab all across the world. And now he's got a real political problem. And food problem inside of his own century because of what is a crazy zero COVID objective.
President Biden to Speak With Xi About Ukraine
"Biden to talk about war in Ukraine with Chinese president Xi Jinping on Friday. And I also want to get to China's pushing for U.S. involvement in Ukraine, chances are it may be a bad idea. And I think we have to be mindful of this. I think we have to be mindful of this. I want to help the Ukrainians out. I don't want to spread the United States too thin, and I want to be aware always aware of the bigger threat. The bigger threat is China. And what they're trying to do. And we can not avoid this. We can not ignore this. And I understand everyone thinks all if we help arm Ukraine, we're going to send, you know, this is going to be World War three, not necessarily. So because Trump proved otherwise, didn't he? The difference between setting off World War three and not is the weak leadership in The White House. And now we have this weak leadership working with the leading the world's leading sponsor of terrorism, working with China. And working with a Putin,
The Economy of China Is Suffering
"President Xi has put in a lot of economic reforms that have given the state more power in China. He has increasingly gotten away from the capitalist. Fundamentals that have allowed China to be the success it has been over the course of the last decade. The minute you veer away from that, and I would argue, by the way, that China has never been fully capitalist, right? Because you can't have real capitalism in real freedom without having democracy, but nonetheless, the more he's gotten, the state involved in all of these economic ventures, the more his economy, has suffered. And we've seen that just this week with new data points coming out of China, the economy of China is suffering. If it gets involved in this mess with Russia, it will suffer further. There's a big article that's making making the rounds where it's in The Wall Street Journal today where they're talking about how China and Saudi Arabia would like to see oil priced in yuan, which is the Chinese currency. I have some comments on that for even if they did do that, which they won't, but even if they did, it's never going to work because the U.S. dollar still reigns
Gordon Chang Discusses Chinese Propaganda of Olympic Proportions
"And we're going to open the show with a very special guest I can think of none better to comment on that video clip than Gordon Chang. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war, Gordon. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, doctor G. Thank you kindly good. Is it the propaganda flowing out of every faucet since the game's open? I expected it to be bad Gordon, but did you think it was going to be this bad? Yeah, no. I expected China to have a lot of propaganda. But NBC just sort of relaying this without comment or criticism really was wrong. Yes, China does see itself as a leader of the developing world, but a lot in the developing world will take Chinese money, but they're really upset. And if you're going to comment on China's assertion, then you need to be balanced and objective and NBC was neither of those when the opening ceremony comments. Let's just have Savannah Guthrie of NBC doing the work of the communist regime. This is captain play cuts. Oh wait, look at this movie. It's a statement from the Chinese president Xi Jinping to choose an athlete from the Uighur minority. It is an in your face response to those western nations including the U.S. who have called this Chinese treatment of that group genocide and diplomatically boycotted these games. Who have called it genocide because I guess it is in so choosing one Uighur Gordon to light the Olympic flame. I guess that means the millions being persecuted just magically disappear. Yes, well, what Beijing was saying was we are proud of our genocide and crimes against humanity. And we are going to shove it in your face as we heard in that
"president xi" Discussed on WTOP
"Against Ukraine But a full scale invasion would likely begin with air strikes and long-range artillery Followed by airborne and armored advances on several fronts But Putin is unlikely to launch an invasion during the Winter Olympics where he is one of the few world leaders in attendance His high profile meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping ended in a joint statement that included one of Putin's key demands An end to NATO expansion China has backed Russia's demand that NATO should be precluded from expanding to Ukraine There have been three arrests for a Nazi rally that turned violence last weekend in Orlando I'm Peter king of Orlando It was caught on video three men accused of attacking a Jewish college student by spitting into his car and then pepper spraying him but he also shows one man bragging about the attack and all three shouting anti semitic slurs The arrests came as Orlando state senator Randolph bracey an outstate money to help protect local Jewish organizations Last week's events show the vulnerabilities that the Jewish communities can face some time Three men arrested or members of a locally based neo Nazi group its leaders one of them he's wanted in Arizona for threatening black men with a gun Peter king CBS News Orlando What's been happening at the Olympics We have an update coming up next after wtp traffic and weather 9 36 Are you single and all your friends are married Maybe you're new in town and only people you know are the people you work with You find yourself wanting to go out but you don't because you have no single friends and you're so over the bar scene atmosphere Then it's time you joined my social calendar My social calendar is a nationwide activities club for singles that's been around for over ten years Meet people face to face while hiking hot air ballooning going to concerts cooking classes or attending wine tastings You name it Plus there are lots of exotic trips and cruises to go.
Cornyn Lend-Lease Bill Will Aid Ukraine in the Face of Russian Invasion
"Last time we talked, we were talking Len lease for Ukraine. Is it still alive? Is it moving? It is alive and it's the consensus position of the senators that are working on a bill that I hope will be released today. The longer we wait to Putin's not waiting on us. No, he's not. And we need to send a strong message. And we also need to buck up the administration, make sure they continue their commitment to provide Ukraine what they need to defend themselves and also president Xi and others are looking at the U.S. reaction to what's happening in Ukraine and seeing if they have an opportunity there. So it's very important and my hope is that comes together today.
Putin heads to China to bolster ties amid Ukraine tensions
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Beijing district orders mass virus testing ahead of Olympics
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Russia official on Almaty airport and CSTO mission
"A a Russian Russian defense defense ministry ministry spokesman spokesman says says all all multi multi at at pulled pulled stormed stormed and and seized seized by by protesters protesters earlier earlier this this week week is is back back under under the the control control of of costs costs like like law law enforcement enforcement I'm I'm troops troops of of the the collective collective security security treaty treaty organization organization or or C. C. S. S. T. T. O. O. but but this this is is a a different different employee employee have have a a collective collective that that is is opposed opposed to to the the government government the the spokesman spokesman makes makes the the announcement announcement will will is is providing providing details details of of the the military military alliance's alliance's mission mission in in the the central central Asian Asian Republic Republic where where anti anti government government protests protests have have turned turned violent violent because because acting acting president president Cassim Cassim Juma Juma to to class class whose whose cooled cooled on on the the C. C. S. S. Teo Teo which which is is dominated dominated by by Russia Russia for for help help and and the the mission mission is is its its first first military military action action meanwhile meanwhile Chinese Chinese president president xi xi Jinping Jinping has has sent sent a a message message to to to to cut cut expressing expressing his his support support over over the the kind kind of of strong strong response response to to the the recent recent unrest unrest I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
Tales of Anguish Emerge From China's Locked-Down Xian
"Meanwhile, from China comes stories of anguish and Jean. On the first day of 2022, outside Jean Jacques in the hospital in the middle of China's worst coronavirus outbreaks in Wuhan, a woman 8 months pregnant, miscarried after being refused carry a care until she had tested negative for the virus. This is a large accumulation of horror stories from the totalitarian China that is Xi, China. They have locked down an entire city. People are without food and water and medical care. And what G, president Xi is concerned about general secretary of the Communist Party is bad press because the genocide games are about to get underway. They didn't want to have a pandemic raging in China, so he's locked down a city and letting them suffer, just like these locked down the Uighurs and the Tibetans. And every sponsor of the genocide game. Every single one is complicit with the suffering in Hong Kong and Tibet in gian now and in zhejiang
Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball
"Some of these situations which Hunter Biden literally involving some pretty sleazy people who I would imagine would would put him into some very uncomfortable situations right Well basically thanks to Joe Biden Hunter Biden was introduced to the inner sanctum of both president Xi of China and Vladimir Putin in Russia He was mixing with the oligarchs who were at the very top of both of those power structures both in Moscow and in Beijing and in Shanghai His father introduced him to those people In fact in 2013 when Joe Biden was vice president he flew hunter on air force two with him to Beijing for a series of meetings with president Xi and the big weeks there in China And he also was introduced at that time to one of Hunter Biden's new business partners because a few days after they left Beijing hunter of course the deal was signed and delivered on a basically a fund and investment fund that would grow to by 2019 have $2.5 billion worth of managed funds funds invested in it And the Hunter Biden still owns 10% of that business It's called bhr And you know that means that the president's son was in business with the Chinese Communist Party
"president xi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That that non farm payrolls data for the state's much better than forecast will take another look at market action for you in about 15 minutes Let's get caught up on global news at Baxter is in the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom at San Francisco Ed Yeah Doug we have a headline moving up on the Bloomberg that Hong Kong China quarantine free travel may be capped at 1000 a day to this point It's an HK one report China is taking on the U.S. regarding Iran's nuclear program It says a U.S. should rectify its actions and unilaterally withdrawing from the nuclear pack Iran has started a large scale military exercise in its southern waters today The drills involve ground air sea and drone units China's Communist Party's 6th plenum this week amid speculation that president Xi Jinping may make a declaration that could make his rule for life where the first part of his package pass in Congress over the weekend U.S. president Joe Biden plans to go to Baltimore to tout it and to talk about what's to come Cop 26 goes to the week of negotiations Second week this week after last week's pledges failed to meet the 1.5 Celsius goal that members say they needed to prevent catastrophe U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says the new treatments for COVID-19 show promise by vaccination he says vaccination still remains the best way to end the pandemic In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg back at your wish All right Let's get back to our guests with a half hour at least I got to see a little chief Asia Pacific economist and that Texas and discussing what's been going on with Asia's economic recovery but we were talking about China and the headwinds that the economy there's facing And it didn't really get into talking about the property side of things But this really is a known unknown Is it really essentially authorities there practicing benign neglect or is it misplaced and indeed dangerous complacency China's great rain on We all knew about it The question really was when would the authorities be ready to tackle the growth right now And now we know when it is now And why now I think it's the it comes together with a new mantra new objective which is among prosperity This is when growth becomes less important and rightly so because the real estate tech is going to lower China's growth quite dramatically and by raining it This is 30% of China's fixed investment and about 30% of China's growth So it's time to think about redistribution because that's going to be the one and only way The range in that sector while still keeping a decent increase in postal income So yeah this is the time to do this Okay but I mean you see it's not just the evergreens or we've got at least a four or 5 other probably developers which are missing payments on the coupon on the principle itself It gives us a sense of how this could play out not just for those companies ultimately but let's not forget the wider implications and first off it'll be local governments who rely heavily on land sales to really balance or should I say to bulk up their coffers Absolutely So I think what's happening is that the pre red lines which basically put ever grounded forefront as a wake-up call for everybody to bring in their beverage and of course probably too late for many as we have seen compacts and others that have timestamped We have had quite a few I think forever Grande we are taking their time because they want to manage that restructuring the way that is not for disruptive But for the others I think there will be a lot of corpses around but they will also be a lot of takeovers Some will transform into something else They may be EV still actually It's something that gets a high return because there's going to become a commodity or a utility business because prices we have to hover around low growth numbers probably not negatively because it will have few longer consequences on wealth on households wealth But the other two to 3% increase every year For some that will be below so that we refrain from that market But I don't think the contagion will be very large In fact we see it already on the bond market especially offshore bond market only on the high yield space sector is very little beyond that So it's really a real economy shock and going to be not so immediate but it's going to take time to absorb these excess size basically of the real estate sexual and something that will go back and we're seeing that But that's not going to change the overall picture of no contagious type raining of the sector that used to be human was called China and one beat down the road Alicia the thing is okay just very quickly as well Staying with this issue the government could perhaps start to loosen the curbs as they are doing in some senses on a housing and speculation which is Xi Jinping has come out very strongly against But is that essentially just kicking the can down the road given the demographic challenges the country faces as well Absolutely And sorry that.
China pledges $230 million for biodiversity fund at UN meet
"China's pledge to thirty million dollars to establish a fund to protect biodiversity in developing countries president xi jin ping speaking by video to a U. and conference who's called on other countries to contribute to what is called the Kunming biodiversity fund the weeklong meeting marks the formal start of a new round of global talks on protecting the world's plants and animals from extinction the world has so far failed to reach most of the count to ten year goals known as the Aichi biodiversity targets set in Japan in twenty ten environmental group Greenpeace says countries need to focus on not just sitting you targets but also meeting them I'm Charles de Ledesma
What's the Most Damaging Element of Hunter Biden's Laptop?
"So Miranda what do you think the most damaging If you had a kind of triage the damage here right What do you think is the most damaging You're like oh this one's catastrophic Forget it Most damaging element of the laptop is it the China emails about 10% for the big guy I mean that's pretty bad Nuclear powered enemy the United States trying to buy off a family member the bidens and then given the former vice president of kickback or is it the imagery which I've heard from people who've seen it is very disturbing some of the stuff obviously not appropriate for family how we're on a radio show but what do you think the most destructive portion of this laptop is Well it's how it dams Joe Biden as being part of the scheme intimately involved in this game orchestrating this game He's involvement in the meetings with whether it's foreign oligarchs whether it's government president Xi people in Ukraine Joe Biden was there amazing these people grazing the whales introducing them to his son giving his son enormous access And then also evidence that hunter was paying for Joe we have the receipts on the laptop hunter was paying for Joe Biden's bills And you know I've dealt also back externally from the laptop they're probably 5 or 6 points of light that illuminate sections of the laptop that otherwise out of context you wouldn't realize they're full import And you know everything from Tony bob linsky trove information that I've been given from his various phones and he's filed and so on and that tellies up with what's on the laptop Once you have this interlocking jigsaw puzzle you have laid out a map of exactly what the Biden scheme was all about It was a family business and it was
China's Xi Warns of 'Interference' as Australia Brushes off Anger
"President xi jinping has won against into fired from external forces in the region as australia shrub of beijing's growing anger about the decision to acquire choir use nuclear powered submarines and promise to defend the rule of law and expert and waters where china has staked hotly contested claims g arch heads of state are absolutely disease. Fennel forces to interfere in countries and regions. Any excuse and hold the future of our country's development and progress for media hands china state on publication global times also described australia as powell the us and called naive for financing. America's cold war on.
"president xi" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
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China Restricts Kids’ Online Gaming to Three Hours a Week
"Addiction within the youngest among their population. ABC is Brit, Clement explains. It appears that playtime is over for China's young gamers. China has forbidden people under 18 from playing video games for more than three hours a week, a social policy that it said was required to curb growing addiction to gaming. China's National Press and Publication Administration confirmed that it would only allow gaming from 8 to 9 P.m. three days a week Friday through to Sunday, regulators said gaming companies must ensure they're using real name verification to enforce the rules. It's part of a huge regulatory crackdown by the Chinese government on Tech and entertainment as part of President Xi Jinping has new common prosperity, push to redistribute wealth and kneecap the influence of private Chinese enterprises. Brooklyn. It ABC News. The speed limit in
China Pledges 2 Billion Vaccines Globally Through Year's End
"Chinese president xi Ching paying who's pledged two billion doses of coded nineteen vaccines would be supplied to the world through this year she's announcement delivered at the international forum on Kobe nineteen vaccine cooperation increases China's commitment as the largest exporter of vaccines hundreds of millions of Chinese shops the vast majority of which are from Sinopharm and son of that have already been administered to people in many countries across the world as many all desperate for access to any vaccine the tool the provision of vaccines because not only being plagued by inequality but also dominated by geopolitics I'm Charles that that's my
"president xi" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"Lost. Here's the series began in april. Two thousand twenty good evening. I m Salomon i am the peter. J shop chief curator at the frick collection. And welcome to the first episode of cocktails with a curator. I would like to look at some of the great masterpieces of the frac- thinking about some of the issues with thinking about these days issues to do with life love searching for meaning in life to death if that sounds less than cheerful there was a softening of the blow each friday this will be accompanied by a cocktail and we will send you the recipe in advance so that you can make your own cocktail and hopefully drink that same cocktail wild. Okay my idea of a perfect friday early evening looking at art well drinking an idea that resonated with more than a million and a half viewers during the sixty six weeks of the series all recorded live without notes by the fricks. Three curator's at the same time that was a mighty lively and sometimes snarky sometimes flirtatious chatroom. My name is ian alterman. I live on the upper west side of manhattan. That was a regular visitor. I made sure to be home. And and have my my mock tail. Alterman became the chance unofficial commentator and greeter at first. i started to Whenever somebody would log in from another country. I would welcome them and say you know lisbon in the house or singapore in the house or whatever until it got too much as australia and indonesia and argentina and on and on joined in friendships formed in that chat space well art and european history were learned. Drinks were drunk. And you never knew you might learn during cocktails. The curator household intrigues portraits and toxic substances. They used as makeup and techniques. Specifics as in is painting of a bullfight in an episode hosted by curator amy. Your colors laid side by side as registry out of a two blacks and whites straight out. The tube yellow details fudged over with broad brush strokes paint. Yes sometimes curator's got excited. Sometimes they drink that during the presentation and always they told the audience stuff we likely wouldn't have known otherwise. Which was the point using art as a way to connect in time where connections were hard to come by curator aiming the genesis of the program was well. We need to do something..
"president xi" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"Up with an idea. I brought the boys straight from camp to our place. I'm vaccinated and had kobe just a month ago but still we traveled double mast windows down during the drive. Meanwhile by partner and stop the house with food while the boys quarantined we couch cirque next door. Check regularly everything okay. I asked them from outside the front door. The kitchens a little dirty. Our son says but we mopped anyone feeling sick. I ask out of you look. Pale just woke up and says at one pm in general. The boy seemed pretty psyched. And it's no wonder the fridge is full. There's a little cool in the yard inside the playstation net flicks and no parents fifteen-year-olds dream mos- whether chico solos mukasa because we've got the house all to ourselves auto says and we haven't had to worry about getting anyone else sick this we've gone swimming and played a little soccer at gabby sir. This is much better than being alone. Which is really boring. They are on their own but not really as the days pass. Parents take turns delivering home. Cooked meals pow even gets a cake his fifteenth birthday. It's an unexpected moment of happiness.
"president xi" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"We are on one of the main highways that lead out of kabul the capital and ten minutes drive from here is taliban territory. This is how close the taliban are to the capitol. I went to the outskirts of the city with the driver and a producer. I we had to coordinate with afghan security forces in the area. They sent a humvee and to pickup trucks with armed soldiers to meet us. The afghan government's biggest concern right now is to keep kabul and other major cities secure because if this city falls to this audubon the government falls. I think the mixed few months or very important for the future of this country. And i add jeff is other heads. The institute of war and peace studies a think tank in kabul is also a former advisor to the off and government. The best case scenario is that there's going to be a military stalemate on the battlefield. The taliban come back to the negotiating table. The worst case scenario is that The taliban keep overrunning district and provincial capitals and the afghan state collapse and the afghan government collapsed. The collapse of the afghan government will let to civil war dot says the government security forces were called of god by the taliban offensive. It's militias have been capturing district after district. His says the group has what he calls a powerful fighting machinery bolstered by two decades of fighting experience against the americans and afghan security forces. And now they're using a familiar. Military tactic saw the taliban did since april that They have overrun key highways key ports neighboring district to lay seach too key provincial. Capitals ports and border crossings are important targets because they give the taliban control over imports and exports and that brings in money highways are worth the fight because they can limit movement and choke of provincial capitals in the midst of this ongoing war or the afghan people. Most of them just trying to live their lives in medan were there. Things are more wars than what we were thinking. Farka forty words for the afghan ministry of defence her office in kabul but her fiance and family live in the neighboring province of maiden back so to visit home that means she has to take the same highway. I just went to see to travel out of my office. I have to take care of all skills e shoes. I have to my bodyguards. The i have to worry too. Many hunts to commute Armed wacko because otherwise. I will lose my leg. Who's twenty seven years. Old is an example of how far afghanistan has come in the past two decades. She grew up in conservative part of the country but now she holds the top position in the government. She's educated and outspoken exactly the type of afghan women that the total one would like to keep out of power and they've already tried to silence. Her forty says she gets constant death threats. She survived several assassination. Attempts on her father was murdered in front of his house last year. I lost my dad. And i'm i don't wanna lose. Anyone ends up my family like my fiancee like my siblings. Like my mom she worries about. What's next for afghanistan but for now. She says she's focused on her job. At the ministry government employees have been targeted by extremist groups for a long time but as the taliban takes over more of the country. The fear is getting more intense. Atrophy zodda with the institute of war and peace studies in kabul. Says he's not taking any chances. If you're found with with a contact telephone number of an afghan official in your phone then you would be in trouble. A lot of cases have Have happened that people traveled on the highways to neighboring provinces and they were caught by the taliban were either kept on captivity or executed by the taliban given that you have forcing the government. Have you stopped traveling. Outside of kabul i do. I never travel actually. I don't travel by road on the highway on the town. We hear gunshots in the distance and decide. It's time for us to leave. We say goodbye to the soldiers whose job it is to hold off the the bonn at the gates of kabul as we drive back to military humvee school speeding past us towards the city. A soldier man's machine gun mounted on the roof so they're going fast and a few minutes later we find out that they're rushing an injured soldier to the hospital for the world. Hsun jafari in kabul iranians have had enough of.
"president xi" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"What we see is a slow motion carefully. Managed attitudes in which is basically corroding buddhism. It's removing the core. Doctrines of buddhism is quite specific. They're quite open up doing this and replacing them with what they call socialist values but they don't destroy the religion and they don't put thousands of people in custody in tibet robert an expert on to bed and a research associate at the school of oriental studies in london. Where he's been speaking with us from robert. Thank you very much. Thank you so much and thank you for covering the story. coming up. As haiti comes to terms with the assassination of president what role should the diaspora play. It's the world i'm marco werman. You're with the world. Kovic is everywhere on planet earth. Nowhere seems safe but some places appeared to have remained largely unscathed. Consider niger the vast landlocked country in west africa. Twenty twenty five million people there with more than a third of the population living in extreme poverty. But as the world's alana gordon reports nizhny has had few covert infections when jerry experienced its first cova cases back in march of two thousand twenty. The country quickly locked down shot borders and even closed worship centers in this majority muslim country. The government set up as leash intense and handwashing stations. Dr brass souleymane has been on the front lines of these efforts. He's at the general referral hospital in shares capital. Niamey your shadows. You would do i was mostly in charge of sorting and admitting patients. He tells me so. We might says they've not been busy. The country has only recorded fifty five hundred infections and less than two hundred deaths since the pandemic started when connect with souleymane. I can hear a fan. Squeaking in the background share is mostly And it's hot up gentlema- on nepal danced. Show others today when asia. They're only recording fewer than twenty active cases per day. He says and none of the infected or seriously hospitalized. Simon says a lot of factors into remarkably low levels of code orange Different in frustrated by wanting quantity mushroom. Our way of life is different and doesn't facilitate contamination. He says jersey is the largest country in west africa geographically but it doesn't have the kind of housing infrastructure or public transportation system that leads to a lot of mixing of people. He says people live in large lots that are spread out. They often sleep outside. It's very agricultural. The population is also really young. At least half or under the age of fifteen so even if many cases get missed they very likely haven't been serious about that ma that we don't have news actor. Blanche anya is the world health organization representative inisia- she says it's that hospitalizations are so low and the government has been very proactive in its response. But it's hard to know the full scope. Widespread testing isn't happening. The positive situation might also have to do with the virus itself. What might be sitting here might be a career. That is not very aggressive. The virus may not seem to be as aggressive but if a strong pandemic response is needed. That could be challenging. Violent insurgencies widespread poverty and displacement are realities in share on yet says it's hard to keep people thinking about covert many have dropped precautions. Now you don't have many people wearing masks for example and where the food. This was out of hand washing the yet. We don't see them anymore. Researchers me to better understand the scientific and social that make the situation seemed good inisia- right now. There's a lot to investigate. Dr john nakanga song director of the africa centers for disease control and prevention has a warning. This is a very treacherous values amoeba for three decades and viruses can to give you that four sense of complacency series into publishing unexploded he has watched. the explosion happened across the continent in liberia. Uganda namibia elsewhere. Africa is experiencing its most serious surge in cove in nineteen to date at this point. He says it's very dangerous to conclude that nigeria has a very unusual situation. Dr breath souleymane at the general referral hospital in shares. Capital is under no illusions. Either last week. The country's health minister called for greater public vigilance. Souleymane says despite all the things in his country's favor he doesn't think they're in the clear or somehow immune to coverted magoo von visuals action valiant wallace A to In the face of this current. Resurgence of new variant. He says we still remain careful. And we still remain on alert for the world. I'm alana gordon today. The funeral of haitian president juvenal moyes was held in copays in northern haiti melissa's assassination on july seven continues to impact life in haiti not to mention the haitian diaspora here in the united states. Many people in the us are wondering what role they play in. Shaping the future of their country gary pr pr is a founder and publisher of the haitian times a newspaper based in brooklyn for the haitian diaspora at gary. I wanna talk to you. About an essay you wrote recently about the relationship between the the diaspora and haiti at this critical moment members of the diaspora. Wanna play a role in shaping. The future of haiti but that is not so simple. What is attention you see there. It's that simple because we know we add another country. We don't live physically in the country and so decisions are not really Based on reality on the ground. That's the challenge haiti because it's middle-class essentially a defacto middle class for also to marco. Is that the data for has some work to be done. it's institutions are not as strong as they ought to be on the need to be rather to engage. It would haiti and so right now. The role department of role is that of a atm machine. Just basically send money back home and help families and relatives he got living and so the challenge is to find out. How can we engage meaningfully because eighty needs. It's middle class to succeed. The fact you mentioned the second go the fact that the diasporas largely middle class able to send some three plus billion dollars back to the island and remittances a year. I mean that middle class also create some tension with people on the island who are not middle-class. Actually no because everyone has a dass. Bo's helping them. The is from the political class. Who sees that as a threat. They don't want them anymore. Engage because then that creates competition quiz threat that they're not comfortable giving away to what they call outsiders. There is that diaspora that is largely middle classes. You say i mean much has been said over the decades about The power of the small circle of haitian elites and the much more populous. Poor on the island. Can you describe what that looks like. Today what impact. It's having on the upheaval intention. We're seeing a around the country especially import prints. You have about ten to twenty families maybe twenty five but slot that controls ninety five percent of the country and we industry is unlivable. Then it starts with little wealth distribution whatsoever how embedded in haiti is that economic stratification. Like what would it take for that to even out. All you gotta do is if you have good government a fair live very to democratize the economy dismantle those monopolies that are in place right now and let it be a true free market place. And so those are the issues that i think the clear-headed members of the dassler saying these are the conditions that we need to compete because we want to invest. Now just coming and blow money away. What do you think the. Us role should be now in helping eighty. The us has a long and complicated history with one hand. If done their best and the other hand. If they're worse other undermined the democratic process and has really turned off the people in haiti from democracy..
"president xi" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"It's really easy to get this impression. That japan messed up. Even though it's more complicating. That and i i would never want people to see japan that way. Coaching ikano from sofia university is also concerned about visitors. Coming away with the wrong impression of japan is not that much sense of husky de so. I do hope that they don't have to go back home with a sense that this was rather disappointing. This is not what we expected and the japanese government pulled us essentially ally that That we're going to be welcome. While the majority of the japanese public think games should be called off. Some volunteers are doing what they can to welcome overseas visitors. There bringing origami and pieces of japanese culture to members of the media who have to stay in the copen safe bubble and out of tokyo streets. Still mcconnell says the initial messaging behind tokyo twenty twenty is not holding up these by gopher all the promises made about the recovery olympic centered about the spirit of Techy we are so far from both ideas but the games in tokyo are just getting started over the next two weeks. The athletes will be focused on the events. They've been training for looking to make some of their own olympic history for the world. I'm bianca hillier. China's president xi jinping made a surprising visit this week. He traveled to the tibet. Autonomous region of china visit comes as chinese authorities are looking to further control tibet's traditional buddhist culture and generally the region. Robert barnett is an expert on to bed. He's a research associate at the school of oriental studies in london. Tibet is always in the news on the back burner robbie but this seems important to help us understand why there's visit tobacco significant for china's president. That hasn't been a visit by a chinese president since one thousand nine hundred thirty one years since we've seen a visit at this level to debate and it comes at a very important time for two reasons one as tensions between china and india which are all along. The tibet order are rising rapidly. India's mobilized fifty thousand soldiers to the board of china's probably done the same so this is a big signal that could raise tensions along that border and the second reason is that china's program too. Shall we say controlled. Culture into bed and religion is really gaining momentum. Now from what we can tell from the small signs of news that come out so she jinping being there is a sign that this cultural shall we say. Cultural management program is really gathering momentum so the signal She ascending to this border tension between china and india. What message is he sending. Well he didn't go just to the tibetan capital. Lhasa hit the a place he went to was a place coordinating tree which is about three hundred miles east of lahser much lower altitude and nutri is the main chinese base for imigrants. That's why the chinese liked to live. If they've got the choice could it's lower altitude. But it's also the main military base for the troops. The chinese troops and is very close to the disputed indian border so we have a very interesting phenomenon. A huge amount of videos being poured out of china show this visit by xi jinping. They all show him meeting monks and ordinary people in the streets very relaxed. But they don't show anything to do with the military or security or place but probably that may have been the real reason why he was. There was to to show support for the troops who are lining up against the indian soldiers on the gorda just a few miles from where he was the day before yesterday. So meantime in the background. How we're local tibetans and their government in exile responding to visit. Well i it's fascinating because the videos that china has put out a show very cla- cafe cheering crowds greeting the president. Our chairman as he walked through the streets of laws and is quite remarkable because these videos are clearly about showing no security. You don't see uniform place alone soldiers although they must all be there in huge numbers out of sight. And if you look carefully you can see these crowds very carefully arranged and they're probably selected people in the streets that cut off so it will somewhat stench manage. But we don't know what anybody really thinks inside tibet. It's almost impossible. Virtually no news comes out can really be confirmed but we do know what exiles thinking They've put out a statement. You know there's been a hundred and fifty six thousand dollars around the world off of them. In india and their exile government administration has taken kind of low key. Approach this visit and said that xi jinping could use this visit to understand better and begin negotiations with the exile allama so the exile government mcvay moderate in its approach. Still trying to push the chinese to to take a step towards talks that might resolve this. What is it seventy a conflict. Well robbie tibet's a witnessed massive economic development and an unparalleled infrastructure. Build up in recent years at. How is that effort been received into bed. Well people are very. i think. Probably thrilled about the improved infrastructure of the modernization into bed especially if they compared to surrounding countries like india qadesh nepal and so on where the standard of living is is much lower in terms of these practical issues. But people in tibet. They are very aware think although we can't read their minds and they can't really tell us but when we do the we hear a lot anguish a lot of paying about what china is doing to culture and tibetan religion languages becoming less and less significant in teaching in schools. They're pushing chinese language classes in kindergarten and in every village now they have permanent teams of officials. Every monastery in every village to bet that doesn't exist anywhere else in china so this control society events society in which now featuring pink is pushing citation chinese dominance assimilation of the culture and their religion. It won't wipe out to culture but it will definitely make a secondary. I mean no doubt. There is deep suspicion between to bed and beijing. I'm wondering though. Tibetans look over in xinjiang in northwest china and see an even more bleak future when the put them further under the thumb of beijing. What would you say about that. And the parallels between tibet and xinjiang. I think that the parallels between pension john have been hugely overplayed by foreign media and people misled about this because it but understandably because the party the communist use the same language same terms for what they're doing thought transformation. They caught it. And so on modernisation night alcohol rural revitalization and so on so they have these key terms and they use some of the same techniques but engine jong used with maximum force in tibet. They are we re ah council force being used but it's really very rare compared to xinjiang so the implementation of these policies is completely different in nature and this is probably because the chinese like so many countries and so many people are basically islamophobic. They've used the american idea of anti-terrorism from twenty years ago to justify a crackdown on essentially on islam islamic peoples of an unprecedented ferocity three in tibet. We don't see that..
What Is Joe Biden's New China Doctrine?
"Optimists long hoped that welcoming china into the global economy would make a responsible stakeholder and bring about political reform as president. Donald trump blasted that week now. Joe biden is converting trumpian bombast into doctrine that pits america against china a struggle between rival political systems. Which he says can have only one winner between. Mr trump and mr biden have engineered the most dramatic break in american foreign policy in the five decades since richard nixon went to china mr biden and his team based their doctrine on the belief that china is less interested in coexistence and more interested in dominance. The task of american policy is to blunt. chinese ambitions. America will work with china in areas of common interest like climate change but counter. Its ambitions elsewhere. That means building up the strengths at home and working abroad with allies that can supplemented economic technological diplomatic military. And moral haft much about mr biden's new doctrine make sense. The optimistic case for engagement has crumbled under the realities of chinese power led by president. Xi jinping china has garrison the south china sea imposed party rule on hong kong threaten taiwan skirmished with india and has tried to subvert western values in international bodies. Many countries are alarmed by china's wolf warrior diplomacy but the details of the biden doctrine contain much to worry about not least that it is unlikely to work. One problem is how. Mr biden defines threat because politics in washington is broken. He seems to feel that he needs the spirit of pearl harbor to help. Rekindle a sense of national purpose. That is a miscalculation it is true. That republicans jump on anything. They can as soft on china even though every time. They say that the presidential election was stolen. They do the work of chinese propagandists
"president xi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Guys president xi what do you want to talk yeah which is cool I mean I'll talk to him whatever he wants to I mean you know will have I think it's very truthful call that a good call for tonight at nine o'clock please the fire service I will be talking about that yeah we'll be talking about that thank you in the back first please thank you Mr president despite the jobless claim numbers today the market rallied again it's up over four thousand points in the last three days you can record yeah the largest her since nineteen thirty one do you think that the economic uncertainty has passed no not yet if it doesn't pass but it's come a long way I think they think we're doing a really good job in terms of running this whole situation having to do with the the virus I think they feel that I think they feel the administration myself from the administration is doing a good job of people keeping very important people informed it was a great fear and a lot of good things are happening the more tally rate is at a in my opinion you have to speak to Debra Tony all of the others but in my opinion it's way way down and that takes a lot of fear of you know it's one thing to have it it's another thing to die you know when I first got involved I was being told numbers that were much much higher than the number that seems to be and remember that people that have it many people have I just spoke to two people they had if they never went to a doctor they had it absolutely had it but they never went to a doctor they never went to any that they reported you have thousands and the hundreds of thousands of cases like that so you have to add that to the caseload also and the people that actually die that percentages is a much lower percentage than I ever thought that's one of the reasons I say look we're going to beat this and we're going to get back to.
"president xi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"With president xi of China and he's working very hard on this consider tremendous problem but the very capable and they'll they'll get to it is a theory that in April when it gets warm historically that has been able to kill the virus so we don't know yet we're not sure yet big story today in sports suppose reporting a ride is very interested in buying the maps forecast the Ramsey Mazda weather center tonight clear bitterly cold low fifteen tomorrow mostly sunny high thirty two Sunday partly cloudy milder with a high of forty six Monday cloudy high forty seven Tuesday showers move in with a high of fifty one and Wednesday morning showers with a high of forty four degrees in the Ramsey Mazda weather center it's twenty nine in Central Park it's thirty in plain view of the seventy seven W. C. newsdesk I'm Bob brown next update at nine thirty twenty four seven coverage at WABC radio dot com WABC traffic intransitive next New York New York loud with New York added to all here on talk radio seventy seven WABC finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack but not with zip recruiter it's powerful technology actively fines and invites qualified candidates to apply to your job so while other companies might deliver a lot of hay ziprecruiter finds you the needle in the haystack see why four out of five employers to post a job on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash search that supercrew dot com slash search for most of us bed time will be coming soon will turn off the lights pull back the covers and lay down our heads but sadly for those without shelter throughout our community there's no such thing as a bad time for to fight for these people.
"president xi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Chinese president Xi Jinping will make a state visit to North Korea this week during the trip which will be the first Chinese president in fourteen years. She will meet with North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN as negotiations between the US and North Korea appear to have reached an impasse the visit coincides with the seventieth anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and North Korea. According to reports, the leaders are expected to exchange views on the situation on the Korean peninsula. No major contacts between North Korea and the US have been held since talks break down between the two sides at a summit in Vietnam, and separate. I'm karen. Mr. Benjamin Neo who says the international community should reinstate sanctions. If Iran follows through on its threats to step up, uranium enrichment, speaking at a government ceremony Netanyahu calls for the immediate imposition of snapback sanctions. And in an interview with Fox News, Sunday secretary of state Mike Pompeo says it was Iran that carried out last week suspected attacks on oil tankers in the Persian Gulf. There's no doubt intelligence committee has lots of data lots of evidence that the world will come to see much of it, but the American people should rest assured, we have I conference with respect to who conducted these attacks as well as a half dozen other tax throughout the world over the past forty days. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo also townhall dot com. A photo of the man who was fatally shot after opening fire on a federal courthouse in Dallas shows him wearing a mask and tactical gear while carrying along gun behind special agent in charge Matthew.
"president xi" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Chinese president Xi Jinping preparing for a trip to Russia, next week and correspondent bills in for tells US China is expecting a lot to be accomplished. China's deputy foreign minister said Thursday that during the visit the two countries are expected to sign as many as thirty agreements dealing with everything from trade to energy China's president. Gee and Russia's Vladimir Putin are expected to sign to joint communiques during the visit one on bilateral issues and the other on international and strategic issues. G goes to Russia on June fifth bills for NBC News Radio. The federal government now owns a condo inside of Trump Tower. A judge certified the transfer of ownership from former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort, to the government on Thursday, the condo was seized as part of the case against Manafort for illegally lobbying for a foreign country and money laundering. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. A federal grand jury issuing a subpoena to former Florida democratic candidate for governor Andrew gillum Recco shell reports that Tampa Bay times reports prosecutors want information on gillen's political committee, a major campaign donor. In other matters. It's not clear if the probe relates to the FBI's long running investigation into alleged public corruption in Tallahassee word of the subpoena comes about a month after Gillam define settle state ethics charges. First time claims for unemployment benefits are up figures from the Labor Department this morning show two hundred and fifteen thousand US workers filed initial jobless claims last week. That's up three thousand from the week before and right in line with what analysts had forecast state showing the biggest increases in claims were a high oh, Pennsylvania. Michigan texas. And Massachusetts New York City is planning to install the world's first ever monuments.
"president xi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Crazy story out of China. Joy where the president Xi Jinping. I mean when we start talking ruler maybe dictator. Starts blaming it for what it is. He's having a he's giving a speech, right? And in in this speech. He's talking about patriotism celebrating the may fourth movement youth moving going back to nineteen twenty nine hundred nineteen. Rebelling against provisions of the treaty that ended World War One. Right. So they they love talking about it love supporting it. Well, according to the state run news agency. And by the way, state run news agency is all you need to remember when engaging this whole conversation. President gee. Went down the road of explaining. That what made the may fourth movement. So great was patriotism, and that's socialism. Is the essence of patriotism, Tony cats? Eight three three gut Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine Facebook. Tony cats radio we live in the show. You can check it out there based dot com slash Tony cats radio as long as the banner of patriotism is being held by the Chinese people can unleash great powers in the endeavors transformed China and the world according to president, gee, the essence of patriotism is having unified the country the party and socialism g added, and then he urged young Chinese people to follow the instructions and guidance of the party meeting, the communist party. If this was the totality of what was said, you didn't need state run TV to decide to run it. And then if you wanted people to be able to comment on it. You wouldn't have state run TV is the only place where people could display such news. You can't have state run anything. And then tell me about patriotism. Because maybe it's because we confuse the word. Right. We take a look at the definition of of patriotism. Right. And we ask ourselves. What does it? What does it actually actually mean the quality of being patriotic devotion to and vigorous support for one's country? Certainly that could be true. But it's not how we take it. It's not that we see it. It's not really how the world sees it. It's not how it's it's not patriotism to vigorously support once country when if you don't support the country, you get a lowered Social Credit score. And you're unable to travel freely. It's not. Patriotism, when if you speak out against the policy, you're thrown in jail or worse. Patriotism, people argue that President Trump is is endangering the lives of journalists by saying that the media's or the, you know, CNN or whatever whatever's the enemy of the people that's a little harsh. I get it during anybody in jail. He's discussing the onslaught of lies told about him the constant tax on him. And he's supposed to watch sit there and take it. They're stunned that he's not sitting there and taking it was a gym Kosta the other day, I have actually exclusive audio of Jim Acosta right before he put out this tweet. He put actually that. He's working on on the audio version of his new book, and it's all about how you know. Journalists are in danger. What in the United States? In the United States. We're talking about in endanger the enemy of the people dangerous time to tell the truth in America. No. No, it's not a dangerous time to tell the truth in America. What's the worst? That can happen tweet. Thrown in jail, nobody shooting at you. I told the story earlier. Then Shapiro gets getting death threats credible death threats to the FBI's to act upon and people have been arrested. I know of no death threats doesn't mean that. There's isn't one I know death threats against Jimmy Kosta. I don't support death threats. But it's not a dangerous time to tell the truth in America. You know, how I know this. Because Jim Acosta hasn't told the truth. Might be dangerous to tell lies in America might be dangerous time narrative in America. It might be dangerous times to be a punk in America. But ain't dangerous time. Tell the truth in America, six hours a day on the air guys six do a morning show. I did Tony cats today. You should see what we're trying to get done next. We're not done. There's the podcast eat drink smoke. That's an hour and a half a week. It's not a dangerous time to tell the truth in America. It is an important time to tell the truth in America. It I usually is it's a necessary time in America. It's important to recognize that there are truths in America. It is not a dangerous time. It's time for the media to stop lying to America to move a narrative forward, and it's not only that they lie. They never ever learn. They don't learn it. So remarkably frustrating. You helped push narrative for two and a half years of that collusion. The whole thing fell apart. And now you act like a didn't happen. It's like data the girl you got pregnant in the next thing. You know, you're gone. That's that's you Jim Acosta just not people up and running. Which is got to be the worst visual in the world. And they never learn. They change the subject they continue the vitriolic messages. Like, whoa. You slide to America for two and a half years. I didn't say Trump. I didn't say like policies you lied, and you help Petula the lie help move ally. And what? We go back to what happened with William bar. Maybe maybe you heard this. This was William bar who didn't show up to the House Judiciary committee, and man is Jerrold Nadler on happy the chairman of the committee challenge, we face is that if we don't stand up together today, we risk forever losing the power to stand up to any president in the future. Very system of government of the United States. The system of limited power. The system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake. Eternity. General. The United States is sworn to the constitution as nations law enforcement officer. He has an obligation to do everything in his power to warn the president of the damage, he risks and the liability assumes by directly threatening our system of checks and balances and of limited government, sadly attorney journalists failed in that responsibility is failed to check the presence where instincts he has not only misrepresented the findings of the special counsel. He has failed to protect the special counsel's investigation from unfair political tax. How in the world did he fail? He said, here's where it is. Now, you have a copy of it. He wrote the memo saying here, here's what we we've got a habit redacted to you since I can and then he released to everybody. So what is it that he failed about if this is the maneuver that that the Democrats wanna make more than welcome to? But it's not an honest maneuver. Doug collins. Is the Republican? The ranking member on the House Judiciary committee when to town on Jerrold Nadler. Now, you can go read it and ask them more. But here's the problem today. And this problem from yesterday is not over if the majority wants to run a committee in which minority Rives do not matter parliamentary procedure does not matter. We saw on full display yesterday. It will not continue. We will continue this in exercise, and we will exercise what we have as minority which is the minority rise to ask questions to make motions. Because at the end of the day a less forgotten. Mr Chairman, you've got more votes than we do. You will get what you want. But just lot we set on this out and you set on this and got to spend hours. Talking about whatever you wanted to talk about chairman good last set their inlex, you do it. And all you wanted to in the question. It bothered me. The most yesterday we got time we got to get onto another Bill timing does not Trump minority rights, and there's not a member on this. This you say is not and freshman members or anybody else who's here for the first up. That's not how this committee works. If you don't believe me asked Herrmann since for three times. Three times was chairman of this committee, and he laid it out clearly, but when we degradate members of Maasai calling MS less coz amendment ridiculous. Calling dilatory that's just wrong and should offend every body on. This is Mr Chairman, this is wrong. The tragedy of the day is not that you have an empty chair. Not that you have props. You can call the attorney, general whatever you all you reminded of sticks and stones kind of quote. But what really bothers today is is a travesty of what happened in minority Rochester. And there's not a member of the Democrats who were on this committee last year. They can honestly look me in the face and say y'all we're not treated much better. By chairman who actually followed the rules than we were yesterday. That's. That is pretty rough. And of course, it it all culminated with congressman Steve Cohen of Tennessee. Taking to the day with a bucket of fried chicken, and a chicken prop to say that William bar. The attorney general is chicken scared to Tom because he's chicken, and then he went on MSNBC a bucket of fried chicken. And oh there it is..
"president xi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The most was how Trump admired president Xi of China's death penalty for drug users and drug dealer particularly troubling what he's for. Since campaign rollout and plate of the issue of migrants on southern border and drug trafficking. In addition. It speaks to his authoritarian leanings and his love of day and president cheat and their area, and you know, breakfast on drug wars, and I find it very very troubling, Jake. Thanks, John Bresnahan. Yes. On social media. There were a lot of reactions to the president essentially calling for the death penalty for drug dealers. I believe that's not the first time. He said something like that. But but in the context of the rose garden speech declare a national emergency it did it was quite striking. It was really unbelievable actually treat myself because he also did a little a person which I thought was really. That he was talking about fencing all and and a lot of the United States comes from China. And he he talked about how he had raised the issue with. And and and as for China to stop importing block and poor chasing of phonology United States. And then he wandered into China doesn't have any drug problems in which is also interesting if you think about the history of the opium wars and all that stuff. But I mean, I thought it was an extraordinary extraordinary exchange. And I think everybody watched it, and he gets he was mixing different different areas. Yeah. I mean, he started off his speech initially talking about that. We were waiting for the national emergency declaration starting out during a terrorist. And really, so I just thought it was an extraordinary kind of little. Series of statements. He made but again since President Trump and fifty minutes, which is roughly fifty minutes, he's liable to say anything, and there was no teleprompters. So he was just pretty much just free associating there. And it was just trying to it was it was just know where everybody was kind of a little surprised by that statement in John Bresnahan congressional bureau chief for political Eric Watson congressional reporter for Bloomberg news. Eric Watson, can we just spend a few minutes talking about what's in the funding. Bill. I know that the headlines now have changed to talk about the national declaration. But I think there are a couple of notable things other than the fact that it only includes about one point three seven five billion for fifty five miles of steel post fencing in the Bill, can you Republicans and Democrats are claiming some victories in this Bill. Can you lay some of those out for us? What funds about nine departments of government and related agencies through the end of the fiscal year? I think Democrats are really talking about. So call today the moment to be able to get some water. Give me a second. Sure. Well, in the meantime, Bill writes, how many suits have been brought against Trump administration. How much is it costing taxpayers? John bresnahan. I mean, if so yes for a longtime Democrats, and even some Republicans have talked about how this they will push back on this declaration, and it will get tied up in the courts. And I think what does getting out is at what cost is all of this. If if the president was aware of this right to go ahead and declare this to save face to some degree. And also because he probably believes there is to some degree a crisis at the southern border, and that it deserves a national emergency, and he's been able to justify that in his own mind. But but at what cost. This is a very good question. I mean, this is not unique to President Trump President Obama, but sued repeatedly over Bama care over Dhaka over the DACA program and is thirty two different action for childhood arrivals for. So this is not unusual. You know, President Bush went through lawsuits back and forth with congress over his executive authority in and you know, so this is not unusual. I think that the Trump is trying to dramatically reorient the US policy. Anyway, great shimmied. He's not getting the congress is not doing the for not getting congressional approval of what he's doing, but he staked his campaign on it..
"president xi" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"And I'm just wondering can you square the idea of dramatically slowing Chinese economy with ongoing strength in emerging markets? Are these two ideas incompatible? That's the question. Right when China catches called EM sneezes lucky and you make a great point. You know? I mean, China's definitely gotta tissues growth is slowing. And I am hard pressed to find a way that they're ever gonna get growth real growth up to a point without really taking on more leverage. And I think there's a real willingness on the part of president Xi and on the government to really really focus on the D levering program. But right now, you know, things are tough. There is paying on the ground, and they need to basically grow their economy. And they're going to try and grow. There were out of it using leverage. I think that goes without saying whether or not the market has the stomach to take on that leverage. Whether they're buyers for it remains to be seen. But at this stage, they're still lot of you know, viable assets that are trading at much more attractive levels right now than they were at this time last year. And I think that remains to be seen. You know, you really get some value today where you weren't getting any last year. And I think that's the real change, sir. Dollar squeeze going on. I think there was you know, and I mean my big risk. I mean going into, you know, the beginning of this year was that, you know, acquitted he would not return to the US capital markets, and that was gonna kinda way on the emerging markets. But you know, since chair Powell came out and said, you know, the fed is. They had been dismissive on the impact of balance sheet unwind. And now they're saying pet is not on autopilot. You know, I mean, the markets have patients for a pause, and you know, it's. And if you're right and growth is the big concern. That's bullish for bonds. So you may see some bond buyers returning and you see Macy's some bond buyers moving out along the curve taking more derision into the portfolios. You see Goldman saying US yields of peak. Yeah. You know, as there's a lot of reason to be bullish this morning, which regions you think will have the biggest rallies. Okay. So it depends. If we'd see a deal here in US China on trade, I happen to think the ending credits are severely undervalued. I'm talking Peru. And Chile I think there's no question about it in global markets. I mean, I can't think of a better way to play a China US trade deal there. And then if you do believe that the bond buying program is is now done finished, some of your safe haven credits. Such as Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic are no longer going to be safe anymore. Right. They're going to be at risk. So you've got little pockets in little things that are changing around us. And so those are the kind of things that we're looking at and just finally just to go back to China for a second. You believe that there? Financial? I guess you might call it expansion. It's going to work you think that they're easing of credit is going to work. So you know, you can offer to lend money, but if no one shows up. Yeah. No, no. It's a great point. But you know, the the reality is people are showing up you've seen. I think they had just came out with their numbers today. They had the second biggest off purchases of local remnant denominated debt last month. And and look if they are indeed easing rates, you know, that is bullish for off your holders of of one the nominated debt. And so yeah, you are seeing dollars flowing in. And so whether or not those dollars gonna be able to flow out remains to be seen though. Thanks, very much Damian SAS our chief emerging-market credit strategist for Bloomberg in telling..