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VW expects half of U.S. sales to be electric vehicles by 2030

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:18 sec | 5 hrs ago

VW expects half of U.S. sales to be electric vehicles by 2030

"On friday. Volkswagen announced half of it sales in the. Us and china will be electric vehicles by twenty thirty by that same year. The brand will increase share of electric deliveries in europe. To over seventy percent double the previous planning plan target of thirty five percent

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US trade deficit up 1.9% in January on record goods imports

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 hrs ago

US trade deficit up 1.9% in January on record goods imports

"The level of imported goods to the U. S. reaches an all time high the commerce department says imports of goods not including services increased nearly three and a half billion dollars in January to a record two hundred twenty one billion overall the gap between the goods and services the U. S. sold and what it bought abroad rose nearly two percent to sixty eight billion dollars this trade data is the last to include a period covering the trump administration which started a trade war with China and impose steel and other terrorists on American allies my camp in Washington

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Rubber-stamping ground: Chinas parliament meets

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:52 min | 12 hrs ago

Rubber-stamping ground: Chinas parliament meets

"You today began the annual meeting of the national people's congress or npr china's parliament. Wash ambuhl legion shoe. Chairman of the standing committee declared this session. Open your trunk. Dr these komo. Thousands of delegates from across the country have congregated in beijing. to witness. the release of the communist. Party's next economic five year plan and to shake a political agenda for the year ahead. There's no question that those plans will be approved. Party officials used to grumble at suggestions. That all this parliamentary pomp was a mere rubber-stamping of the party agenda these days they spend that smoothness as a sign of china's stability. The of the national people's congress is a tremendous piece of communist party and as a foreign journalists your way up in the gods watching from a great distance distances enormous hall. This great big nineteen fifty kind of people's palace on the side of champions square. You bring your binoculars. 'cause you're so far away from the leaders david rennie. Is our beijing bureau chief this year because of covid only a very small number of talk and cameramen were allowed in. It's very restraint is shorter session than normal. But it is unveiling a new five year plan and these things will go tremendously scripted. They do send some real signals about real policy priorities. And what's been announced so far. The only address by the prime minister lee. Chang was that they will have an economic growth target. That reflects the confidence in the government. They have really smothered the covid. Nineteen pandemic remember that unusually. There wasn't a growth target last year because of the pandemic and we are also expecting that there will be changes to hong kong's election laws to further reduce the power of the opposition

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Scientists begin to question WHO-China inquiry into coronavirus pandemics origins

WBZ Morning News

00:16 sec | 13 hrs ago

Scientists begin to question WHO-China inquiry into coronavirus pandemics origins

"The World Health Organization's findings to determine the origins of the coronavirus. Many say a leak from a lab just still doesn't fly with them with lots of questions surrounding the Chinese government's handling. And potential hiding of information. New research showing thermal

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Hungary’s Ruling Party Breaks With Conservative E.U. Allies

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:41 min | 16 hrs ago

Hungary’s Ruling Party Breaks With Conservative E.U. Allies

"Relationship with the european union is continuing to sour. The country's prime minister has drawn his party fitness from the eu's alliance of centre-right lawmakers the european people's party a change in the rules to allow the european parliament to expel members more easily and in addition to this hungry is forging ahead with its own coronavirus vaccination program using russia's sputnik v product yet to be given the green light by the e. Tell us more. I'm joined now by buyer. Who's a reporter at politico. Good morning lily. Morning thanks for having me a pleasure to tell us what has happened with fidesz viktor. Victorian suggestion is is that. they have jumped before they were pushed. That's right that's so or band. Sent a letter formally withdrawing his ruling fetus party from the european people's party which job as you said. Is this big the biggest group in the european parliament. It's it's a centre-right grouping but it's actually. I'm quite diverse internally. It has some members that lena bit more liberal at how members which are quite conservative and even though officials eat this move came after change to the groups Internal rules really. It's a culmination of years. And years of of debate and internal tension and ultimately i think some of the group's biggest members and in particular the german at christian democratic union That that's the party of chancellor. Angela merkel at perhaps have started feeling that does is more of a liability ford them and so or bond decided you to quit and look elsewhere and just explain to us how we have got to this point where fidesz is in such a dire situation with the european parliament and that it that oh viktor. Orban has decided to leave. I mean i'm writing thinking that That european parliament officials had already suspended fitness from The the center right group already and this is just a second step well. He's his aides a bit complicated. But basically has has party was suspended from the broader european people's party A few years back but they were allowed to stay in the european people's party group in the european parliament. And what happened this week. Is that the twelve members of the european parliament. Left this centre-right grouping within the parliament and are now sitting in parliament but simply as independent members without formal political affiliation and the big question now is what will come next so whoa joined one of the more conservative right-leaning groups one option is the european conservatives and reformists group where the polish a ruling lon justice party is a member Another option is the identity and democracy group where alternative for germany and marine le. Pen's a party are are our members. And then there's the third option of china to create something new which is tough but but possible So what what we saw. Yesterday is victoria on Wrote a small essay where he said that he wants to build What what he termed a In new democratic rights for citizens who don't want migrants don't fund multiculturalism and in his words have not descended into quotes. Lgbtq lunacy so he is putting out his his his platform he's making his views very very public and clear and saying that he's looking for some kind of New right-wing alliance. We just don't know exactly what form it will take

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China sets growth target 'over 6%,' tightening HK control

BTV Simulcast

00:56 sec | 19 hrs ago

China sets growth target 'over 6%,' tightening HK control

"Sit a conservative economic growth target of above 6% for the year, David. That was one of the key surprises from the work report because many economists we've been speaking to, of course over the last few days and weeks and suggested Where they were going to drop the growth target for the year. They did drop it from the five year plan, though, and it doesn't seem to be an emphasis now on quality growth. The deficit target was reduced as well. It was 3.6% last year's being reduced to 3.2%. And then there's the monetary policy side of things as well. David Absolutely policy will remain prudent when you look at the currency, for example, remaining stable, Not that there's any surprise there. But I think what's interesting Still here is in terms of money supply, for example, that's going to be roughly in line and against your point, Tom earlier now we don't have a 6% growth target. At least that's perhaps also what you should expect in terms of money supply growth in line with nominal GDP growth come

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China sets economic-growth target of 6%, aims to be more self-reliant on tech

KYW 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 21 hrs ago

China sets economic-growth target of 6%, aims to be more self-reliant on tech

"Official, announcing a healthy growth target and plans to become a more self reliant technology leader during tensions with Washington and Europe over trade, Hong Kong and human rights. The ruling Communist Party is aiming for an economic growth of over 6% as it rebounds from the Corona virus pandemic coming up

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Secretary Of State Described China As Biden's Biggest Political Test

All Things Considered

01:16 min | 21 hrs ago

Secretary Of State Described China As Biden's Biggest Political Test

"A lot of foreign policy challenges on its plate from the conflict in Ethiopia and a coup in Myanmar to Iran's nuclear program and relations with Russia. But Secretary of State Anthony Blinken sees China as the biggest geopolitical test. NPR's Michele Kelemen explains why Secretary Blinken says he wants to lead a foreign policy that better serves Americans at home and, well, he has a long list of crisis to deal with, He says. The challenge from China is different. China is the only country With the economic, diplomatic, military and technological power to seriously challenge the stable and open international system, all the rules, values and relationships. That make the world work the way we wanted to. He outlined his views in the speech Wednesday meant for the American public without mentioning Trump by name. He was clearly trying to turn a page from the last four years. Our relationship with China will be competitive when it should be. Collaborative when it can be an adversarial when it must be The common denominator is the need to engage China from a position of strength. That requires working with allies and partners, not denigrating them. Real strength, he added, isn't bluster or bullying aside from China.

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China legislature to deliberate Hong Kong electoral changes

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

China legislature to deliberate Hong Kong electoral changes

"Moves to curb the Hong Kong oppositions role in local elections, and Cates has news from the Bloomberg News Room and that is, lawmakers will be looking at a draft decision on overhauling Hong Kong's electoral system. National People's Congress will review a resolution on what a statement says it's for improving Hongkong's electoral system in the coming days, and the Hong Kong legislature will be expanded from 70 to 90 seats.

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CIA to Expand Havana Syndrome Inquiry

All Things Considered

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

CIA to Expand Havana Syndrome Inquiry

"Says it's established a task force to look into the so called Havana syndrome, the mystery ailment that's had dozens of U. S officials abroad in recent years. NPR's Greg Marie explains. Officials have suffered chronic migraines, dizziness and memory loss. The CIA said the task force will work with other government agencies to further investigate the cause of ailments so severe they forced some officers to retire. A report commissioned by the State Department said last December that microwave radiation is the most plausible cause. More than 40. Diplomats and a smaller number of intelligence officers have suffered symptoms in Cuba, China and Russia and suspected foreign spy agency is to blame. President Biden's nominee to lead the CIA. William Burns said it is confirmation hearing last week that he would make it a priority to find out who was responsible. Greg my RE NPR NEWS Washington

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Secretary Of State Described China As Biden's Biggest Political Test

All Things Considered

01:16 min | 1 d ago

Secretary Of State Described China As Biden's Biggest Political Test

"The Biden administration has a lot of foreign policy challenges on its plate from the conflict in Ethiopia and a coup in Myanmar to Iran's nuclear program and relations with Russia. But Secretary of State Anthony Blinken sees China as the biggest geopolitical test. NPR's Michele Kelemen explains why Secretary Blinken does he wants to lead a foreign policy that better serves Americans at home and well, he has a long list of crisis to deal with, He says. The challenge from China is different. China is the only country With the economic, diplomatic, military and technological power to seriously challenge the stable and open international system, all the rules, values and relationships. That make the world work the way we wanted to. He outlined his views in the speech Wednesday meant for the American public without mentioning Trump by name. He was clearly trying to turn a page from the last four years. Our relationship with China will be competitive when it should be. Collaborative when it can be An adversarial when it must be Common denominator is the need to engage China from a position of strength. That requires working with allies and partners, not denigrating them. Real strength, he added, isn't bluster or

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WHO Investigators to Scrap Plans for Interim Report on Probe of Covid-19 Origins

Armstrong & Getty

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

WHO Investigators to Scrap Plans for Interim Report on Probe of Covid-19 Origins

"H. o. Investigators scrap plans for report on the covid nineteen origins. They've just given up a world. Health organization team investigating the origins of the covid. Nineteen is planning to scrap in interim report on its recent mission to china amid mounting tensions between beijing and washington over the investigation and an appeal from one international group of scientists for a new probe to start over the group of two dozen. Scientists is calling for an in an open letter today for a new international inquiry. They say the. Who team that last month. Completed emission to wuhan where the whole thing started as we as we know had insufficient access to adequately investigate possible sources of the new coronavirus including whether it slipped from a laboratory. Their appeal comes as the us which recently reversed a decision to leave the whol lobbies for greater transparency in the

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What makes a variant a variant of concern?

Coronacast

03:48 min | 1 d ago

What makes a variant a variant of concern?

"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen tyler. An opposition and journalists culture. Norman swan friday the fifth of march and give it into the second year of corona caster. But it gives you the year it's two thousand and twenty one. It still hasn't anyone even though time is both flying and travelling at a snail's pace but normally one of the things that we keep hearing about over the past few weeks and months is variant. So we we were all very critical of donald trump when he was talking about the china virus and the wuhan virus. But then since then we've been talking about the uk strain in the south african strain. And then yesterday all this week we've been hearing about a russian variant. That's popped up in queensland. So firstly what does it even mean and secondly doing it a better way of naming these virus variance where we're gonna way of naming them. It's just pretty obscure so. The russian variance so called is has the numbers three one seven at the end of it and it is a bit unfair naming them according to where they were i noticed or discovered so britain said africa brazil. New york california russia. It's not very helpful at all because it just sparks. Fear yet. A new variant. What does it actually mean. There's lots and lots of variance. And if i can take us back. Just a little less than a year is that even then there were variants developing and people panicking about them at that point and the bedford lab. Which was really one of the first labs to get into sequencing the variance in tracking them. Globally they found that in fact there was very little change in behavior between the variants. It was more. The people change their behavior but not the virus and that's only recently changed and it's only changed with two or three variants so it's changed with the south african variants. It seems to probably be more Contagious and certainly more vaccine resistant. The brazilian variant. We still don't know enough about that but that looks as if it's more contagious. And certainly also look. Civic could be vaccine partly packed vaccine resistant. The uk one. It's more about contagious. Nece and the american ones so far just not sure what their behavioral changes so more and more. We're seeing various but for every one of these variants you're seeing that are lots and lots of other ones which simply track the evolution of the virus and don't really mean anything and reportedly this variant which is three one seven being called the russian variant. Just seems to be one of these variants which has been thrown off by the virus through replication. And probably doesn't mean very much at all so one of the other pieces of lingo that we've been hearing this idea variant of concern and some of the naming conventions have the are see in them as well as like there's the be one one seven top naming convention and then this other naming conventions which just makes it even more confusing. What makes a variant of very of concern versus just add variant of not concerned. Just curiosity is. I'm sure that that is actually standardized internationally but it would just mean that. There is evidence that it's transmitting more than other viruses muscling other viruses out the ways so for example. The uk barely has muscled other variance out of the way. It's presumed to be more contagious. But probably less contagious than we originally thought the brazilian very. We've talked about it on a corona cast. It seems to be infecting people who were previously infected with the let's call it the wuhan variant which is really the regional virus to come out of china and the south african variants is also almost certainly able to reinfect from the previous one which also and there is evidence of reduced vaccine. Efficacy is gets this concern label when there's evidence that it is behaving differently and potentially dangerously

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Elaine Chao used government resources to help family, watchdog finds

The KFBK Morning News

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Elaine Chao used government resources to help family, watchdog finds

"Department's watchdog apparently asked the Justice Department to investigate Elaine Chao late last year. She was the former secretary transportation in the Trump administration. Yes, Yes, there were allegations she was misusing her office to support her business. So she also the family has a shipping business. I believe, yeah, with China. Well, they do deals with China. She married to Mitch McConnell, right. The Republican leaders. Senate Minority Leader knows the minority leader As of now, so the DOJ at that point they said, No, we're not going to investigate. But now they're looking into possible. You know, allegations of abuse of office.

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Restaurant Union Calls On Jing Fong Landlords To Keep New York City Banquet Hall Open

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Restaurant Union Calls On Jing Fong Landlords To Keep New York City Banquet Hall Open

"One of China town's largest and most popular restaurants, is closing W N. Y. C and GOTHAMIST reporter Sophia Chang says it's a loss not only for the community but also for the many employees who depend on the income. When Jing Fong banquet hall closes on Sunday, dozens of workers stand to lose their jobs permanently. The owners haven't paid their rent in the year because of the pandemic. The union for the restaurant workers once the landlords to guarantee another restaurant will open in the same spot and hopefully rehire the employees or they want them to give Jing Fong more flexibility in repaying the runt. The landlords say they've been strong supporters of the restaurant, and it was the owner's decision to close

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January China iPhone shipments reportedly grew over 150% versus 2020

Mac OS Ken

01:00 min | 1 d ago

January China iPhone shipments reportedly grew over 150% versus 2020

"Apple insider is how to look at a note to clients from morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber d. According to that. Iphone shipments in china grew one hundred fifty percent in january of twenty twenty one versus the same month a year. Earlier and boy is that growth going to be hard to beat. The of course in january of twenty twenty people in china weren't buying a lot of iphones what they're literally being locked down to stop the spread of corona. That said credit should also go to iphone twelve. Which is faring. Well with consumers the cording to the report apple is second for smartphone install base and continues to hold on to that position despite wall weighs continued increase in users over twenty twenty apple accounts for twenty point. Three percent of the chinese install base in wall way accounts for thirty two percent. Apple has seen five consecutive months of china. Install base gains up to january. Twenty twenty

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Kelly Marie Tran on Quitting Social Media and Becoming a Disney Princess

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:41 min | 1 d ago

Kelly Marie Tran on Quitting Social Media and Becoming a Disney Princess

"Earlier. Today i spoke with actor. Kelly marie tran. We talked about going from star wars to portraying disney's first southeast asian princess in russia and the loss dragon. Kelly marie welcome to the daily social distancing. Show gosh here. thank you so much. The last time we spoke we were talking about the journey that you had had you know being part of star wars being the face of what many felt like was like bullying online. You know where people were like. This is part of the biggest problem that we have on social media. Since then you life seen seems to have been like really peachy before we talk about making a new disney movie. I wanna know as one of the few who's doing it. What what what is the world when there was no social media. It's made dang. I mean. Okay i will say this. I do have like a lurker account. Because i want to know what's going on about the active stand of the world right but not having to constantly be sort of publicly on. It is the best thing i've ever done for my mental health. I will say that. Yeah so you're saying that you don't wake up every day with people just telling you that they hate you. This is not a thing that you do know now. That's not a thing that i do. Well i don. I don't know what that's like. I wake up every morning. And i check and i'm like yep they still there and then i start my day now. I feel like. I'm going to use my lurker account just to be like we love you. We left me. No don't do that. Don't even do that. don't do that. I hate because then i go. At least they see me. They see me You you've had an amazing journey. I mean not being in you know. It's not just one not two not three but it's going to be like what four disney movies. You'd use like the disney darling right now. It feels like the movies ryo and the lost dragon. Tell me a little bit about the story. I mean i've watched it. But i don't wanna spoil anything for people so it is about a young girl named riot. Who is technically a prince aspen. Think what's really cool about this movie. Is that really sort of flipping the narrative on what princesses. She is actually really warrior. And she comes into the world and sort of has this really idealistic way of viewing the world and then the world breaks apart and then she starts really distrusting. Everyone the whole movie sort of is her journey on a figuring out how to find the good in the world again in figuring out how to trust people again. The whole story is about how the world was working and then everybody started believing that in order for them. To succeed of the people have to fail. And that's when the world starts falling apart and it feels like that's the world we live today. What's also cool is that you know. We live in a world where everybody who is generally not white gets put into one category with asian asian would done. But what's cool about the movie is. It's like no it tells. The story of life was like. Hey this is not a monolith. This is not homogeneous. There are asian peoples. You know. obviously this story takes place with a south asian perspective but it is still a story about like all different people coming from the asian sphere. You know there was so much research done to make sure that this specific part of the world was honored in a really authentic wave so to be able to be part of that had to be able like you said to serve china's spotlight in all these really specific things like not only. Are we talking about the specific fabrics that people from different tribes but also the type of martial arts that you're seeing depicted is specifically from this region of the world and the food and it goes on and on non so to be able to recognize how i guess how important it was too. Isn't he just made me really happy as someone who was really starved to see herself as a kid.

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A seat at the table for workers

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:28 min | 2 d ago

A seat at the table for workers

"Are going to begin with trade. And we're going to do that because it's been awhile since the policy parts of what we buy from and sell to other countries has been the story in trade as opposed to the tariff parts of that part of our economy that dominated the past couple of years and our way in is a three hundred and eight page document out from the white house. This week called fittingly enough. The twenty twenty one trade policy agenda of the united states. It is as i said three hundred pages long. So the t. l. The are here is the biden administration intends to us trade policy to advance racial equity to fight climate change and to take on what it calls. China's coercive and unfair economic trade practices the core theme of the thing though is a worker centric approach to trade workers. The white house says are going to have see table. Marketplace's refinish your is on the trade desk today in a nutshell biden's new priorities mean free. Trade for free trade sake is out the window. It is a big contrast the elite and this president of the economic policy institute pre trump both democrats and republicans for a couple of decades when place trade policies. That were definitely not worker. Centric i would say more corporate centric. She says former. President trump was able to harness latent resentment around jobs industries that were lost over the years. And that's clearly something. The biden administration has tuned in on how that translates into policy over the next four years. Rufus york says president of the national foreign trade council in practice it plays out in enforceable rules on forced labour clear protection of the right to organize and bargain collectively that those need to be elements serve of trade agreements but the biden administration won't be in any rush to enter any new trade agreements according to sharyn o'halloran professor of political economy at columbia university. She says biden will try to shore up us. Competitiveness i as a way to protect workers. They're focusing on by american and precising use of american products and procurements developing infrastructure and so forth but being worker. Centric does not mean being protectionist. Halloran says the use of tariffs is likely to be much more surgical and you can expect a lot of talk of working with allies trade issues. A very clear break with the recent past in new york. I'm revenge sure for

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"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the Fed thinking if they need to ensure market stability here? Good point. The feds are going to be absent to December. But we've seen their narrative emerging, which is really handling stimulus, really going after Congress to provide Mark didn't know. So I think this is going to be their modest operandi. Look, we all know that to a great degree that monetary stimulus only greases the wheels. The market's not necessarily provides a huge input to Main Street. However, the feds have done a great job monetizing a lot of back death, but I think there's only a limited what they can do. And certainly a star's traditional monetary policy is concerned. They're running it close to the end of the runway right now and they want, you know they don't want to fall off. That answered too quickly. They wantto hold back some stuff in case it's needed. Look, we think this virus is going to eventually. Peter out. At some point, we hope we hope this is the of the introduction. The vaccine at all seems to revolve around the carousel of the vaccine, but we don't know when that's going to have when that's going to be readily make mate made available for the world might use pretty clear and pretty short here. Still travel reemergence throughout the world. I don't think we're ever going to get out of this mess. I think that's the key post. We have to have to look at. Right now. Travel emerges. That's when things are starting to return to normal. In the meantime, it's not normal. This is what we're stuck with right now. Okay, I get that. But I'm turning our attention to the policy side if there is a Biden victory in next month's election A lot of things can change us Tax policy Green Energy on in U. S China relations. I mean, is there something that in your thinking could change the dynamic? If Biden is elected at the U. S. China becomes less significant for markets in the way that it's been a drag. It's interesting because on the policy front, definitely the corporate tax issues going toe Wait, But how does that get off step with more? Stian knows how the second off upset with margaritas should be distributed tax policies is concerned. We don't know Right now. This is adding to the level of uncertainty. But getting looking at US China situation and I think Democrats hardly any less. Concerned about where the U. S China relationship there in the problem's gonna keep AH element of pressure on because of the intellectual property rights issues. These things are simply not going away these air concerns and I think both the next battlefield is going to emerge in technology. US wants to become the dominant force from the Internet. So does China. So the U. S has a card that industry in the U. S. And I think they're going to continue to march. For my future. Here is the only difference between Trump Presidency and the fighting prince not regard his predictability. That's a good point. Predictability if you're able to count on that. How you put money to work in emerging markets across the Pak region will talk more about that with the Stephen Ennis of Exit,.

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"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mean, we saw what happened with US journalists in China Ah, early this year that obviously has its own dynamic dynamic. There was a tip tap between Washington and Beijing at the Chinese journalists in the US Then US journalists in China the point I think where Bloomberg still has. Ah, you know, very well staffed office. The New York Times, I think now had just one. American journalists left there. Everybody else is extremely worried, um, because in the current sort of in a ongoing U. S China standoff, which is spreading into sort of China Liston standoff Ah, journalists against the easy targets. And, of course, China has less tolerance for this journalist these face even five or 10 years ago. And when we talk about the U. S China relationship here is kind of hating up in a sense in a tick, Cold war. How concerning is this An and who wins? Here is the U. S Plan T a couple in their benefit, Or does China end up coming out in front in terms of real terms with their economy growing Well, it's very hard to say in some respects at the moment before the US election in early enough them, But we're in a kind of hostile holding Patton. I'm not out. Trump will throw few hands hang grenades out there the next few months, but I can't see any massive decisions being made. Having said that the path that both nations are on is pretty well set. In a China has been looking at the coupling has been a couple of Internet for many years. US. I think think like for the game S O U S No looking for an off ramp. And I think that applies to buy campaign as well. And of course, China on the sea. Jin Ping is not taking any backward steps. The Corona virus. I think China having come out of that. Much faster than other countries is returning to growth us. Not so much so. China right now take over the U. S. Is the world's largest economy early up and people thought by 2028 also so that significant I don't know where the China has the upper hand or not. It's certainly the contest. And speaking off the pandemic. We were talking you and I on television the other day, but I wanted to get your thoughts for our radio listeners as well about these pictures of the Wuhan Pool party. And essentially how that could have just seen a sign of your view Propaganda in terms of showing. You know we're doing so well, look at where we are now. If I get the famous or infamous pitches of Wuhan Pool party in the DJs and dances, the like It was both genuine news and also propaganda. You know, I think outside of China, people looked at this in many places outside of China, still locked down. Looked at these photos and my God, you know What about us? It looked like a form in a diplomatic trolling if you like. But I think inside China, you could look at that on a number of levels. First, it was about Wuhan, projecting itself to the rest of China decided on itself is back. And of course, it's the Chinese leader leadership, saying that the Chinese people that China is back. The Chinese leadership has done, you know an excellent job, especially compared with the U. S in bringing China out off the corona bar slump. In other words, the system work, not on these China back behind his back, so I think It's kind of multiple levels of messages in just a AH, otherwise in the little pool party big Exactly. Let's talk about Jo Bonner and the potential here for him. Tio win the White House in November. Is that enough to turn relations around for the U. S and China?.

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"u s china" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"But how to 70 years old, serving a life term for her role in the mansion. Family murders? Benelli, grocery store owner and his wife back in 1969 8 20 your money With Frank Photo Good morning new iPhone buzz this morning. There's some indications that Apple might delay its annual fall event until toward the end of October instead of early September, according to a Japanese Apple tech blogger was widely followed. Apple is expected to announce for new iPhones with the five G models expected be available now in November. That report, citing multiple Chinese suppliers, and claims that the iPhone 12 Could be announced and the later part of October due to the Corona virus pandemic. We see Apple shares of pulling back down $11 to 3 60 Also under pressure today, tech giant Intel Facing Ah big drop this morning on Wall Street after the chip giant revealed in an earnings call that his next generation of chips would be delayed in that it might seek 1/3 party manufacturer to make them Intel shares down about the 17% right now, the Dow was down 91. NASDAQ pulling back 71 of the S and P 500 down 13 worsening U. S China relations, adding Tio The financial pressure this morning. Right now, Gold is hovering around $1900 an ounce of just about $10 here at the moment we take the money is playing 50 each hour Frank Biotech from the age of his capital money desk, and like since 70 NewsRadio, local law enforcement officer goes the extra mile in the face of danger. Our hero of the week is next. It's a 21 24 hours of black lives matter seventies and the answer has to do with the same issue. Many Angelita 365 days of funding is part of what they're calling. The people's budget is with stories to families of both.

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"u s china" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

03:30 min | 8 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Satisfying the trump administration and now the trump administration is saying then. Maybe they're not so interested in a second phase, and that's the more important stuff we know. The nitty gritty details like what American businesses really wanted so that's where we're at. So so the deterioration of this relationship has started to get some press here. Right barmy that speech last week. The president has been saying mean things and. You know News. Consumers here are at least aware or people aware there that the the relationship is Not, great. Not Really, and that's by design the state run media here has been very low key from the start for the past two years about this so-called trade war from time to time you'll post statements from the foreign ministry usually or from Chinese officials responding to American action, but overall there's very little context. A lot of people aren't relieving following it. you know a lot of times when I'm talking to people about their struggles during the pandemic, very few people are even talking about the China Trade War Well and I wonder one of the upticks in American action, some would say finally in the last few weeks has been sanctions on some companies related to human rights abuses related to these allegations that you know the Wieger. Muslim population is being rounded up into forced labor camps that there might be forced sterilization happening all kinds of alleged human rights abuses I would assume that is also not in the news. No because China flatly denies that it's doing this It says it has a very active anti-terrorism program of course but that these are education camps, and obviously this newses. has just kind of come out from the US, but you know when it comes to U. S. China trade tensions even from the very start when I talked to whether they're business, people in the export industry, or whether they're just ordinary people on the street. Most people do not think this is anything to do with human rights nothing to do with intellectual property theft or forced tech transfer. They think this is about America's decline and They're scared and they don't want China rising period. Yep Yeah or show. Because there's a lot in there well I want to go to technology for a second, and the two big stories want tiktok which gets ever increasing amounts of press, and how it's basically did a gathering vacuum for the Chinese government, and the other one of course is hallway and it's opposition by the trump administration and the win. They had in the UK, Getting Boris, Johnson say. Can you not have equipment in your five year? You have to take out the stuff that's there. That's a flashpoint as well. Yeah, indeed, So why is a prize Chinese? Company people are very proud of this company for going abroad and doing so well. It's a telecommunications company. A lot of people have heard of it in the US and British or until recently and a lot of people didn't really know much about how a until it started making a cell phones, and then you tried to go into the US market, and that sort of where the trouble began, so the administration has imposed all sorts of restrictions on accessing parts semiconductors to not even being able to sell or cooperate with. With the carriers in the US to sell.

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"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:01 min | 11 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I mean people are you are with the U. to American TV network and talk radio glad to have you along there was a huge rally on Wall Street again more another day a fresh inter trade street intra day trading and then the Dow closed at an all time high and this just shows that after Wednesday's signing of that monumental U. S. China trade deal there was no real hang over on people are happy about it and again just another stellar day on Wall Street and we're finding out that that the deal the phase one deal with China could be even greater than we thought for farmers manufacturers X. cetera we're here to talk about this the impeachment of the democratic debate and more project veritas info with bart Markel is former undersecretary to President Bush and lifelong diplomat and contributor to all lands that's off land's end dot com but Markle is welcome back to America trends thanks Amy it's great to be back again well they finally got the deal done after about eighteen months of back and forth in a bit of **** for tat it's just phase one but it turned out to be pretty good and we just found out earlier this week that it's better than we thought it would be billions and billions and billions of dollars yeah two hundred billions of dollars it's an incredible deal and and China has committed to to buy two hundred billion dollars of goods from the United States especially agricultural goods and manufactured goods they've also committed to stop pressuring companies US companies to turn over their intellectual property this was this was probably the single biggest thorn in the relationship they used to force companies to turn over blueprints before they sold anything they had to turn over the blueprint to the Chinese who then could take it apart and make an imitation product of it and the third thing that it's done is it's a China has committed to stop manipulating their currency to make their goods artificially cheap so that American manufacturers cannot keep up with them so it's still it's it's still cost effective to buy things from American manufacturers we don't have to buy everything from China right the currency their designation as a currency manipulator will be off the next time the treasury report comes out they've been on there for several months now and you know you can't help it but no yesterday during the ceremony on Wednesday after watching the first iteration I hear America trends Wednesday president trump was there in the oval office with the designate from China introducing everyone the worth of the was there from the industries across America with this great news a jolly time and it was counterpoint the networks were going back and forth between that and the impeachment proceedings with Nancy Pelosi and company yeah it it's it's sad to me to look at that that line of Democrats marching from the southern part of the capital to the northern part from the house over to the Senate trying to look somber when what they really look like they're they're so excited they are about to go eat some birthday cake right they did a little March Thursday taking over officially to the Senate meaning now that it's delivered the constitutional scholars will say it's official president trump is non page doesn't mean writing thrown out of office or anything like that oh heavens no it just means the house is sad okay Senate determine whether he's fit for office and the whole thing is a charade it's it's it's it's just a ridiculous farce and it's only a way to try to create news negative news where there isn't any the only thing president trump has actually done that's negative is sometimes he says things that that you know people cringe in Satan I wish he hadn't said that but when you look at what he does he is the guy who is responsible for this incredible economic growth he's a guy who has a credible a chance to reach out to black and Hispanic voters the first Republican to to have a credible chance with Hispanic voters since George W. bush and the first ever to have a chance with with black voters in my lifetime and and and because he has made people's lives better and the Democrats are coming up with this farce of an impeachment just trying to give something for the news media talk about to say he's bad and they did chime in today the news media as as Chief Justice John Roberts was sworn and then he swore and our senators and now we know get ready everybody because this coming Tuesday at one o'clock eastern standard time the impeachment trial will start and one thing people hello sorry home home who who's gonna watch it everybody you'll watch the first hour and a half at most and then I'll turn it off because they all know it's not going anywhere six of the seven democratic impeachment managers that are supposed to be you know looking at managing this what what pelo C. name them right they were against Tromp before the whistle blower even filed any complaint it is again it goes back to before he was even elected when he was nominated people are saying well if he gets in there of course will impeach him but he'll never get in there because Hillary will win for sure yeah and then when he got elected they said well we'll impeach him as soon as he's elected as soon as he's sworn in and when he was sworn in they said will impeach him before the end of the year and and you're right six of those seven have been have been clamoring for his impeachment with absolutely no reason for it long before this so called calls for it was ever brought forth that has nothing to do with Ukraine has nothing to do with Eric Ciara mela and his accusations the the the the the the I. leads to whistle blower has nothing to do with any of that it just has to do with the fact that they don't like president trump and what it really has to do with Amy as they don't like us they don't like you they don't like me they don't like your viewers they don't like the voters who voted for trump and they want to crush us they want to destroy us they want to rob us of our voice of our chance to express ourselves to associate together because they are leftist and it's all leftists are only about one thing and that's power its control they want power to control us to force us to think their thoughts to say their words to express their ideas and to stop having dangerous ideas of our own that's what it's about right well there's that fancy meme going around the house president trump and it says they're not after me president trump there after you ask the voters but he's on the way and so that tells you everything you need to know and it rings so true I mean that's what these means these truisms are okay but we've got a break coming up but I want to chat with you supposedly you know you would think it Ron in the protest aren't even happening anymore it's completely fallen off the radar and now that president trump got such backing for his recent movements we're gonna talk about that after the break also the democratic debate talking about if people you know try to tune in and they tuned out what happened after it enters between Warren and Sanders we'll talk about that and the latest house with parts after that when the mailbox your it's time to stop the insanity right now.

U. S. China
"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Friends I mean people are you are with the interamerican TV network and this talk radio glad to have you along there was a huge rally on Wall Street again more another day a fresh inter trade street intra day trading and then the Dow closed at an all time high and this just shows that after Wednesday's signing of that monumental U. S. China trade deal there was no real hang over on people were happy about it and again just another stellar day on Wall Street and we're finding out that that the deal the phase one deal with China could be even greater than we thought for farmers manufacturers X. cetera we're here to talk about this the impeachment of the democratic debate and more project veritas info with bart Markel is former undersecretary to President Bush and lifelong diplomat and contributor to ops lands that's off land dot com but Markle is welcome back to America trends thanks Amy it's great to be back again well they finally got the deal done after about eighteen months of back and forth in a bit of **** for tat it's just phase one but it turned out to be pretty good and we just found out earlier this week that it's better than we thought it would be billions and billions and billions of dollars yeah two hundred billions of dollars it's an incredible deal and and China has committed to to buy two hundred billion dollars of goods from the United States especially agricultural goods and manufactured goods they've also committed to stop pressuring companies US companies to turn over their intellectual property this was this was probably the single biggest thorn in the relationship they used to force companies to turn over blueprints before they sold anything they had to turn over the blueprint to the Chinese who then could take it apart and make an imitation product of it and the third thing that it's done is it's a China has committed to stop manipulating their currency to make their goods artificially cheap so that American manufacturers cannot keep up with them so it's still it's it's still cost effective to buy things from American manufacturers we don't have to buy everything from China right the currency their designation as a currency manipulator will be off the next time the treasury report comes out they've been on there for several months now and you know you can't help it but no yesterday during the ceremony on Wednesday after watching the first iteration I hear America trends Wednesday president trump was there in the oval office with the designate from China introducing everyone that where the was there from the industries across America with this great news a jolly time and it was counterpoint the networks were going back and forth between that and the impeachment proceedings with Nancy Pelosi and company yeah it it's it's sad to me to look at that that line of Democrats marching from the southern part of the capital to the northern part from the house over to the Senate trying to look somber when what they really look like they're they're so excited they are about to go eat some birthday cake right they did a little March Thursday taking over officially to the Senate meaning now that it's delivered the constitutional scholars will say it's official president trump is non page doesn't mean writing thrown out of office or anything like that oh heavens no it just means the house is sad okay Senate determine whether he's fit for office and the whole thing is a charade it's it's it's it's just a ridiculous farce and it's only a way to try to create news negative news where there isn't any the only thing president trump has actually done that's negative is sometimes he says things that that you know people cringe in Satan I wish you hadn't said that but when you look at what he does he is the guy who is responsible for this incredible economic growth he's a guy who has a credible a chance to reach out to black and Hispanic voters the first Republican to to have a credible chance with Hispanic voters since George W. bush and the first ever to have a chance with with black voters in my lifetime and and and because he has made people's lives better and the Democrats are coming up with this farce of an impeachment just trying to give something for the news media talk about to say he's bad and they did chime in today the news media as as Chief Justice John Roberts was sworn and then he swore and our senators and now we know get ready everybody because this coming Tuesday at one o'clock eastern standard time the impeachment trial will start and one thing people hello sorry home home who who's gonna watch it everybody watch the first hour and a half at most and then I'll turn it off because they all know it's not going anywhere six of the seven democratic impeachment managers that are supposed to be you know looking at managing this what what Pelosi name them right they were against Tromp before the whistle blower even filed any complaint it is again it goes back to before he was even elected when he was nominated people are saying well if he gets in there of course will impeach him but he'll never get in there because Hillary will win for sure yeah and then when he got elected they said well we'll impeach him as soon as he's elected as soon as he's sworn in and when he was sworn in they said will impeach him before the end of the year and and you're right six of those seven have been have been clamoring for his impeachment with absolutely no reason for it long before this so called calls for it was ever brought forth that has nothing to do with Ukraine has nothing to do with Eric Ciara mela and his accusations the the the the the I. leads to whistle blower has nothing to do with any of that it just has to do with the fact that they don't like president trump and what it really has to do with Amy as they don't like us they don't like you they don't like me they don't like your viewers they don't like the voters who voted for trump and they want to crush us they want to destroy us they want to rob us of our voice of our chance to express ourselves to associate together because they are leftist and it's all leftists are only about one thing and that's power its control they want power to control us to force us to think their thoughts to say their words to express their ideas and to stop having dangerous ideas of our own that's what it's about right well there's that fancy meme going around the house president trop and it says they're not after me president trump there after you ask the voters but he's on the way and so that tells you everything you need to know and it rings so true I mean that's what these means these truisms are okay but we've got a break coming up I don't want to chat with you supposedly you know you would think it Ron in the protest aren't even happening anymore it's completely fallen off the radar and now that president trump got such backing for his recent movements we're gonna talk about that after the break also the democratic debate talking about is people you know try to tune in and they tuned out.

U. S. China
"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Trends I mean people are you are with the U. to American TV network and talk radio glad to have you along there was a huge rally on Wall Street again more another day a fresh inter trade street intra day trading and then the Dow closed at an all time high and this just shows that after Wednesday's signing of that monumental U. S. China trade deal there was no real hang over on people were happy about it and again just another stellar day on Wall Street and we're finding out that that the deal the phase one deal with China could be even greater than we thought for farmers manufacturers X. cetera we're here to talk about this the impeachment of the democratic debate and more project veritas info with bart Markel is former undersecretary to President Bush and lifelong diplomats and contributor to all lands that's off land's end dot com but Markle is welcome back to America trends thanks Amy it's great to be back again well they finally got the deal done after about eighteen months of back and forth in a bit of **** for tat it's just phase one but it turned out to be pretty good and we just found out earlier this week that it's better than we thought it would be billions and billions and billions of dollars yeah two hundred billions of dollars it's an incredible deal and and China has committed to to buy two hundred billion dollars of goods from the United States especially agricultural goods and manufactured goods they've also committed to stop pressuring companies US companies to turn over their intellectual property this was this was probably the single biggest thorn in the relationship they used to force companies to turn over blueprints before they sold anything they had to turn over the blueprint to the Chinese who then could take it apart and make an imitation product of it and the third thing that it's done is it's a China has committed to stop manipulating their currency to make their goods artificially cheap so that American manufacturers cannot keep up with them so it's still it's it's still cost effective to buy things from American manufacturers we don't have to buy everything from China right the currency their designation as a currency manipulator will be off the next time the treasury report comes out they've been on there for several months now and you know you can't help it but no yesterday during the ceremony on Wednesday after watching the first iteration I hear America trends Wednesday president trump was there in the oval office with the designate from China introducing everyone the worth of the was there from the industries across America with this great news a jolly time and it was counterpoint the networks were going back and forth between that and the impeachment proceedings with Nancy Pelosi and company yeah it it's it's sad to me to look at that that line of Democrats marching from the southern part of the capital to the northern part from the house over to the Senate trying to look somber when what they really look like they're they're so excited they are about to go eat some birthday cake right they did a little March Thursday taking over officially to the Senate meaning now that it's delivered the constitutional scholars will say it's official president trump is non page doesn't mean writing thrown out of office or anything like that oh heavens no it just means the houses said okay Senate determine whether he's fit for office and the whole thing is a charade it's it's it's it's just a ridiculous farce and it's only a way to try to create news negative news where there isn't any the only thing president trump has actually done that's negative is sometimes he says things that that you know people cringe in Satan I wish you hadn't said that but when you look at what he does he is the guy who is responsible for this incredible economic growth he's a guy who has a credible a chance to reach out to black and Hispanic voters the first Republican to to have a credible chance with Hispanic voters since George W. bush and the first ever to have a chance with with black voters in my lifetime and and and because he has made people's lives better and the Democrats are coming up with this farce of an impeachment just trying to give something for the news media talk about to say he's bad and they did chime in today the news media as as Chief Justice John Roberts was sworn and then he swore and our senators and now we know get ready everybody because this coming Tuesday at one o'clock eastern standard time the impeachment trial will start and one thing people hello sorry hello hi I'm who who's gonna watch it everybody watch the first hour and a half at the most and then I'll turn it off because they all know it's not going anywhere six of the seven democratic impeachment managers that are supposed to be you know looking at managing this what what pelo C. name them right they were against Tromp before the whistle blower even filed any complaint it is again it goes back to before he was even elected when he was nominated before saying well if he gets in there of course will impeach him but he'll never get in there because Hillary will win for sure yeah and then when he got elected they said well we'll impeach him as soon as he's elected as soon as he's sworn in and when he was sworn in they said will impeach him before the end of the year and and you're right six of those seven have been have been clamoring for his impeachment with absolutely no reason for it long before this so called calls for it was ever brought forth that has nothing to do with Ukraine has nothing to do with Eric Ciara mela and his accusations the the the the the I. leads to whistle blower has nothing to do with any of that it just has to do with the fact that they don't like president trump and what it really has to do with Amy as they don't like us they don't like you they don't like me they don't like your viewers they don't like the voters who voted for trump and they want to crush us they want to destroy us they want to rob us of our voice of our chance to express ourselves to associate together because they are leftist and it's all leftists are only about one thing and that's power its control they want power to control us to force us to think their thoughts to say their words to express their ideas and to stop having dangerous ideas of our own that's what it's about right well there's that fancy meme going around the house president trump and it says they're not after me president trump there after you ask the voters but he's on the way and so that tells you everything you need to know and it rings so true I mean that's what these means these truisms are okay but we've got a break coming up I don't want to chat with you supposedly you know you would think it Ron in the protest aren't even happening anymore it's completely fallen off the radar and now that president trump got such backing for his recent movements we're gonna talk about that after the break also the democratic debate talking about it will you know try to tune in and they tuned out.

U. S. China
"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:41 min | 11 months ago

"u s china" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Friends I mean people are you are with the interamerican TV network and this talk radio glad to have you along there was a huge rally on Wall Street again more another day a fresh inter trade street intra day trading and then the Dow closed at an all time high and this just shows that after Wednesday's signing of that monumental U. S. China trade deal there was no real hang over on people were happy about it and again just another stellar day on Wall Street and we're finding out that that the deal the phase one deal with China could be even greater than we thought for farmers manufacturers X. cetera we're here to talk about this the impeachment of the democratic debate and more project veritas info with bart Markel is former undersecretary to President Bush and lifelong diplomats and contributor to ops lands that's off land's end dot com but Markle is welcome back to America trends thanks Amy it's great to be back again well they finally got the deal done after about eighteen months of back and forth in a bit of **** for tat it's just phase one but it turned out to be pretty good and we just found out earlier this week that it's better than we thought it would be billions and billions and billions of dollars yeah two hundred billions of dollars it's an incredible deal and and China has committed to to buy two hundred billion dollars of goods from the United States especially agricultural goods and manufactured goods they've also committed to stop pressuring companies US companies to turn over their intellectual property this was this was probably the single biggest thorn in the relationship they used to force companies to turn over blueprints before they sold anything they had to turn over the blueprint to the Chinese who then could take it apart and make an imitation product of it and the third thing that it's done is it's a China has committed to stop manipulating their currency to make their goods artificially cheap so that American manufacturers cannot keep up with them so it's still it's it's still cost effective to buy things from American manufacturers we don't have to buy everything from China right the currency their designation as a currency manipulator will be off the next time the treasury report comes out they've been on there for several months now and you know you can't help it but no yesterday during the ceremony on Wednesday after watching the first iteration I hear America trends Wednesday president trump was there in the oval office with the designate from China introducing everyone that where the was there from the industries across America with this great news and jolly time and it was counterpoint the networks were going back and forth between that and the impeachment proceedings with Nancy Pelosi and company yeah it it's it's sad to me to look at that that line of Democrats marching from the southern part of the capital to the northern part from the house over to the Senate trying to look somber when what they really look like they're they're so excited they are about to go eat some birthday cake right they did a little March Thursday taking over officially to the Senate meaning now that it's delivered the constitutional scholars will say it's official president trump is non page doesn't mean writing thrown out of office or anything like that oh heavens no it just means the houses said okay Senate determine whether he's fit for office and the whole thing is a charade it's it's it's it's just a ridiculous farce and it's only a way to try to create news negative news where there isn't any the only thing president trump has actually done that's negative is sometimes he says things that that you know people cringe in Satan I wish you hadn't said that but when you look at what he does he is the guy who is responsible for this incredible economic growth he's a guy who has a credible a chance to reach out to black and Hispanic voters the first Republican to to have a credible chance with Hispanic voters since George W. bush and the first ever to have a chance with with black voters in my lifetime and and and because he has made people's lives better and the Democrats are coming up with this farce of an impeachment just trying to give something for the news media talk about to say he's bad and they did chime in today the news media as as Chief Justice John Roberts was sworn and then he swore and our senators and now we know get ready everybody because this coming Tuesday at one o'clock eastern standard time the impeachment trial will start and one thing people hello sorry hello hi I'm who who's gonna watch it everybody you'll watch the first hour and a half at the most and then I'll turn it off because they all know it's not going anywhere six of the seven democratic impeachment managers that are supposed to be you know looking at managing that's what look closely name them right they were against Tromp before the whistle blower even filed any complaint it is again it goes back to before he was even elected when he was nominated people are saying well if he gets in there of course will impeach him but he'll never get in there because Hillary will win for sure yeah and then when he got elected they said well we'll impeach him as soon as he's elected as soon as he's sworn in and when he was sworn in they said will impeach him before the end of the year and and you're right six of those seven have been have been clamoring for his impeachment with absolutely no reason for it long before this so called calls for it was ever brought forth that has nothing to do with Ukraine has nothing to do with Eric Ciara mela and his accusations the the the the the I. leads to whistle blower has nothing to do with any of that it just has to do with the fact that they don't like president trump and what it really has to do with Amy as they don't like us they don't like you they don't like me they don't like your viewers they don't like the voters who voted for trump and they want to crush us they want to destroy us they want to rob us of our voice of our chance to express ourselves to associate together because they are leftist and it's all leftists are only about one thing and that's power its control they want power to control us to force us to think their thoughts to say their words to express their ideas and to stop having dangerous ideas of our own that's what it's about right well there's that fancy meme going around the house president trump and it says they're not after me president trump there after you ask the voters but he's on the way and so that tells you everything you need to know and it rings so true I mean that's what these means these truisms are okay but we've got a break coming up but I want to chat with you supposedly you know you would think it Ron in the protest aren't even happening anymore it's completely fallen off the radar and now that president trump got such backing for his recent movements we're gonna talk about that after the break also the democratic debate talking about is people you know try to tune in and they tuned out.

U. S. China
"u s china" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"u s china" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And trade trade and more trade that's what you're hearing about these days on this snowy Monday morning and a couple of things one of course you just heard on Friday this is schedule don't affect yesterday obviously went out the U. S. China trade deal in it's a phase one it's just a phase one of I guess man I don't know if there's like a hundred of these things are on that but we're moving the needle in the right direction what comes to what realigning our our trade policies because for a long time America's betting in the short end of the stick we've often heard about nafta and how nafta's blood jobs to south of the border well Mexico's now on board with this thing Canadians I don't know if they were a problem but it's called the U. S. M. C. A. and it's a redo of nafta and so whether it's trade with China trade here in North America will go to the foremost expert on this how about this one he is right now the secretary of labor the United States and that say you do Scully on the queue hearing centers dot com hot one Mister secretary good morning how are you alright what yeah I think so much so let's start let's jump right in with I guess the one that probably I'm gonna guess impacts more Americans although the Chinese trade deal obviously gets more attention but let's talk about the net what let's talk about the U. S. M. C. A. which is now after two point no and how this deal came about but just how big it is for the American economy and and how it seeks to remedy what's been a problem now for well several decades yeah well look this is a really major achievement by the president who as you know ran among other things on his dissatisfaction with that nafta agreement between the US Canada and Mexico we thought it was not a fair deal for trade particularly for American workers and band so what one one of the promises he made was that he would replace it with a better deal and that's now been done and you know what's important here is that one of the principal things that the president was unhappy about with nafta was as you're suggesting it wasn't up to American workers that there was sought out to much competition from people in other countries particularly Mexico where wages are far lower and some of the other thing that we require in the workplace just one present there so he wanted a re negotiated what we've got now is a deal that could add as many as five hundred thousand new jobs to American industry and and could bring hundreds of billions in in new economic activity for the country while also bringing up stronger labor protections in Mexico which is going to benefit folks here since they're not being undercut by Mexican labor right secretary Jean Scully on the show on seven hundred W. W. secretary a secretary of labor and over the new trade deals this morning in the new one of course is the U. S. M. C. A. at blows up nafta and refines it to the point where even people like Sherrod brown in speaker Pelosi the AFL CIO in American CEOs all agree on something which I don't think it is possible and watch these days are your tickets the fact that we've got Democrats and Republicans go yeah you know what it certainly helps corporations but there there's something there for the working man and woman which I'm a big fan of so I think it's it looks like a win win all the way around but what were the fall to you mention the fall to nafta specifically what does the U. S. M. C. address those problems well on the labor front let me focus on that since that's my wheel house here there was concern that there were automobiles were being treated as if they were manufactured you know in North America and therefore subject to the special low terrace but in fact lots of the components were coming from outside North America you don't really cheap labor now they've got to have real north American content it's seventy five percent of the vehicle now to be subject to this agreement in the lower terrace has to has to be made in Mexico Canada or the US and then the labor rate about forty to forty five percent of the vehicles contents have been manufactured in a facility where the hourly rate wages sixteen dollars or higher now as you know the you know wage rates in Mexico can be much lower that was tough competition for the U. S. workers to face and and the president wanted to avoid getting on to cut so steeply and so that's another significant changes are also provisions requiring Mexico to really totally right it's labor laws to provide you protection but we've got here for a long time in the case for example of workers to choose to have a union that's going to be easier for them to do in Mexico now some of the some of the main things and yelp that discussion to put in context this president has been so focused on the economy and jobs in particular you know this trade deal came just about a week after an extraordinary job report where we learned in November we created two hundred and sixty six thousand new jobs just in November and lo and behold we had forty one thousand additional jobs we found that were created in September October so it's a very robust economy they were experiencing right now because the president's policies and now we've got now that we've got the US MCA to contribute to that yeah which is in it really is into stay because yeah both Democrats and Republicans signing off on something I I I I know I've said that once already but I can't stress enough in these difficult times especially with impeachment looming and everything else the fact that we got something big done here and I think it's been well Sir you know in on that the the speaker evidently felt that she needed to pause impeachment for a moment who to allow this vote on U. S. M. C. A. because it is so strongly bi partisan and so many of own members in addition Republican so many of our members felt that this is something important that they needed to do so that and I know that with the right wrong signal question what what a great reformer says yeah a bit but Democrats obviously still want tougher enforcement though which is interesting because Mexico I guess buried in the language maybe they didn't read the contract out no no Eugene but their top trade guys says he's coming to Washington was is Washington now because that new agreement they have a complaint that stem for a portion of it that allows your department labor department to a higher for five full time labor attache's which will be based in Mexico to monitor and to enforce these obligations under the U. S. M. C. A. and also a a labor committee that would be once every ninety days to ensure Mexico's compliant with all the stuff to the things that we talk about about labor rights and all of which I'm sure the Democrats are very happy with them yeah we should we should have referees in this game what's Mexico's before that well this agreement to put some important obligations on Mexico that's something the president wanted to see don it's been done and and as you would expect there are mechanisms to have us monitor what they're doing and also help them because the some of the labor laws that we're very custom to in this country I haven't really been in place in the same way in Mexico so all right we'll have monitoring what people there to assess and help Mexico put in place the kind of protections that we're accustomed to here in the call obviously is not to you know start regulating Mexico but it's to make sure that they follow their deal and also when most important to make sure that the American workers aren't competing against people in Mexico who are experiencing a radically different treatment on the job well we see this before you set up the rules and then the game the rule China comes to mind with that as well as other countries and so I think saying Hey you wanna greeted this thing we're gonna have some some of our people monitoring to make sure you don't you're say you're gonna do otherwise it's it's a lip service in as many wasn't finally worries all common sense of something like this yeah I I think Mexico be fine with it you know this is an agreement it's good for them to which can help their economy that can help ours as well and you this out no problem really and our having people there in Mexico to help them comply and and help make sure they're doing so that's that standard one of the other things you hear about again to Eugene Scalia he's U. S. secretary of labor on the Scotts lawn show this morning seven hundred WLW talking about these to trade deals the biggest one obviously is being the United States Mexico Canada agreements called U. S. M. C. A. which is a review of nafta in it it's it's this is stellar something that both conservatives and liberals are agreeing on for once the other one of course is the phase one of US channel give that a second but mainly this thing with some of the the world markets here because as you know Ohio we have semester plus it is a big metropolitan cities same time most the status largely world right well we have farmers and the the like listening in keep an eye on this I know they weren't happy with the trade deal but what does this do relative to American farmers in Ohio farmers in particular it opens Canada's markets your farmers there and elsewhere you know throughout the Midwest have been unhappy with some of the restrictions that exist in particular on dairy when it comes to farming and that's one of the other things that the president wanted to change it did get change with that so the beneficiaries in in the US walk it's gonna affect the economy as a whole but Gary an auto are too with the big beneficiaries I picked on Jerry it's it's it's getting access to that Canada markets and then do Mexico to and and then for auto our estimate is about seventy six thousand new jobs under US MCA just in the automotive industry and you can expect it Ohio offices to be among the beneficiaries they're given up all that up disabilities and expertise to you you have an Ohio already well what then happens with stuff like soybeans and corn in the like as far as open markets offer that'd this doesn't impact that now I I think that there too the Canadian markets going to be more open to US products in the band in the past Eugene Scully on the show this morning U. S. secretary of labor talking about these new trade deals on seven hundred WLW something has been a big issue for a long time I don't know maybe is is big here in North America and maybe this is how we segue into the the the China trade deal and that is I know Sir something in here about intellectual property digital trade in in protecting intellectual property rights how big a deal is that within North America with this agreement there is that better suited to talking about the China US trade deal well I think I think it matters in both contacts we you know we got to strike a balance here obviously what when you come to China it's just important that China respect the property rights that we have here in the US and there's been a lot of concern the part of American business that China is it it threatened that it the US in the intellectual property needs to be dealt basically signed over the Chinese at the at the at the price of entry into the into those markets that's not something that we want to work retail and that's in ongoing important discussion with China bought it under US MCA there dark intellectual property protection here are very important but but but I think the president ultimately felt we didn't want to incorporate in the US MCA everything we happen to have under US law but we're still gonna have obviously a very very robust tech industry in this country and and our our basic rights will be fully protected our USMC act yeah that's the problem right is in I wonder too because there's a domino effect here you get you SMCA done secretary it in and all of a sudden like literally within hours China is like a we got a phase one deal is that really what happened here did it because of what happened with the north American deal it is that naturally negative for China trump had a big win on on trade heading into this and and let's face it maybe the Chinese look at it okay we're gonna have to come around and and we're seeing the impacts of our trade freeze hurt the Chinese economy right now the family scream uncle well look I think what you're seeing is the president just continues to hammer away at the issues that he ran on and they're and they're coming together so it's really been an extraordinary past two weeks I mention the jobs report which you're showing you know the lowest unemployment rate since nineteen sixty nine lowest unemployment rate really ever recorded for some populations right now for African Americans Hispanics and we see wages rise in tune with the wages rising or at a faster pace for for lower paid worker so that's that's been one extremely important part of the president's agenda that's why not tax cuts were important part is white the regulation is so important and and at the same time that these trade deals are coming together I you know I couldn't tell you exactly why the Chinese decided now is the right time to see this through but obviously part of what I think is on display everybody is how committed the president really is.

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"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up a social media double standard that's what China is using using Twitter and Facebook why the crackdown on state run quote social media is drying China's higher that is next this is your business landscape is ever changing do you think that we are an all out trade ours is to softer and and doing U. S. China we have something else in common the right size the latest business where ever we are his re inventing the manufacturing process of SpaceX on Bloomberg radio Bloomberg business Bloomberg radio dot com the world is listening look at your desk not your problem trying to get the latest business news every place you have to go do you think some of the central bank to doing all that they had correction that was a problem surprise this collaboration between GM and Honda how does that affect the valuations and they're gonna be able to realize when they do try to go and sell this is radio the Bloomberg business Bloomberg radio dot com the world is listening do you have the intelligence Beijing intelligence insight into a crucial industries and today and Wednesday may be heading senior on the street intelligence radio do you see this is a correction in the markets move seismically Bloomberg surveillance when you sell something because you need to sell it I was in there and the names that share the world's markets to see professor show or video university students in the U. K. from is the reason I listen today on Bloomberg dot com the business cast JP Morgan stays is.

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"u s china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"u s china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Business lines changing do you think that we are an all out trade ours is to softer and do we U. S. China we have something else in town right size the latest business where ever we are reinventing the manufacturing process of SpaceX on Bloomberg radio Bloomberg business radio dot com the world is listening okay your desk out your problem trying to get the latest business news every place you have to go do you think some of the central banks and doing all that they had correction there was a problem surprise this collaboration between GM and Honda how does that affect evaluations and they're gonna be able to realize when they do try to sell this is radio business and Bloomberg radio dot com the world is listening do you have the intelligence Beijing crucial industries and today and Wednesday may be heading intelligence intelligence radio well the the markets opened higher initially.

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"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"u s china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Your business landscape is ever changing do you think that we are an all out trade ours is to turn a little softer and and doing U. S. China we have something else in common the right size the latest business where ever we are reinventing the manufacturing process of SpaceX on Bloomberg radio Bloomberg business Bloomberg radio dot com the world is listening look at your desk not your problem trying to get the latest business news every place you have to go do you think some of the central banks are doing all that they hadn't correction there was a problem surprise this collaboration between GM and Honda how does that affect the valuations and they're gonna be able to realize when they do try to sell this is Bloomberg radio Bloomberg business Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening do you have Beijing intelligence insight into what's crucial industries and today and Wednesday may be heading intelligence intelligence radio well the the markets opened higher.

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"u s china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"u s china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Your business landscape is ever changing do you think that we are an all out trade ours is to little softer and and doing U. S. China we have something else in common right size the latest business where ever we are his re inventing the manufacturing process of SpaceX on radio the Bloomberg business radio dot com the world is listening look at your desk your problem trying to get the latest business news every place you have to go I think some of those central banks and doing all that they had correction that was a problem hi this between GM and Honda how does that affect evaluations and they're gonna be able to realize when they do try to go and sell this is good is it yes business radio dot com the world is listening do you have the intelligence intelligence insight into a crucial industries and today and Wednesday may be heading on this street action in intelligence radio do you see this is a correction the market's move seismically Bloomberg surveillance thanks to my when you sell something because you need to sell it and the names and she's the world's marketing service professorships university city with the U. K. promises a recent surveillance listen today on Bloomberg business hours cast though about reported first half.

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"u s china" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"u s china" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"By old second bank making sense of your dollars the w. b. b. m. noon business hour continued u. s. china trade talks are heating up with president trump's visit to asia cover that in our next segment but right now the supreme court says federal courts have no role to play in policing political districts drawn for partisan gain we're joined by greg stohr supreme court reporter bloomberg news based in washington greg is this entirely unprecedented when it comes to the supreme court seating its power over voting rights issues certainly what the dissenting justices said said today the supreme court for decades sort of been trying to figure out what if role it could play in partisan gerrymandering up and come out to court had not closed the door at it left open the possibility that there could be some some tests that would work so they could say when voting map was to partisan but today the supreme court's five conservatives shut that door and said nope we're out of it it's up to the political branches i have to use one of my favorite names in american history and that is a former supreme court justice felix frankfurter who once said decades ago that he didn't want to get into the thicket of local political issues and it seems like john roberts was echoing those sentiments today very much so this is the second straight term the court considered this issue last term here's a question he after in the argument that really seem the summit up he said you know we we open the door to these claims in every case we're going to be up here siding whether the democrats win or the republicans went and that's what people are gonna think we are a political body makes decisions based on which party we like he doesn't like the court being perceived that way and he put up a shield now that will it keeps the court from having to make those sorts of decisions of this is a program that discusses business and the economy and the economy and the and the business community have tried to navigate divided divided government and politics that have seemingly become more entrenched over the past decade and this gerrymandering ruling it looks like wouldn't do much to move the goalposts as they currently exist now that's that's very right the from the standpoint of people who opposed your mannered maps the problem is you create the faith districts for each party they're not competitive and therefore you know people aren't re representatives aren't responsive to their constituents and you end up with more polarized government there are some other avenues that folks will be able to try to challenge masters state law there's a possibility in some states of setting up independent commissions to draw the maps but this this potentially very important tool to go after gerrymandering i is no longer there and there are some states that do have independent redistricting commissions up and running others have voted for them via referendum there are some state supreme courts that are studying this issue so if you least look on social media this morning a lot of the activists are both on both sides saying if you don't like this you just gotta show up vote yes that that is true and in some cases you can be voting for one of those independent commissions as well as writing you know your representative out of out of office the the problem will be that that's not available in every state states have different constitutions and some of them might permit a commission some of them won't recently the pennsylvania supreme court struck down districts in that state based on the state constitution but again that's not going to be an available remedy and in many other states thank you very much for the insights this afternoon greg stohr supreme court reporter for bloomberg news based in washington d._c. w._b._z. news time twelve oh eight traffic.

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"u s china" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"u s china" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nancy flash memory chip prices are expected to continue to fall, but stabilize in the second half, a U S China trade deal could increase sales in China as well Samson's mobile business fell forty percent again, though Samsung expects demand for display panels and its own phones to pick up in the second half lead by new models in the low end galaxy series guys to as some very very interesting with either leave a flipping camera on. One of them and the first INFINITI otas fly on a Samsung device. Yeah. They're putting a lot of interesting features in the in that low end and mid range because just like Google, they know that the high end phones have those headwinds, and they also know that phones are reaching saturation point. So with Samsung, particularly they look at their other areas. Now, we didn't get a lot about whitegoods assume that that that is a stable part of the the Samsung empire right now, our financial services or anything like that. But the troubling aspect has been the falling prices for flash memory, the the sort of inventory glut on D ram, the inventory glut on D ram is definitely going to go away and potentially that nand flash memory chip price will stabilize that seems reasonable display panels picking up they are expecting flexible displays to be used by a lot more phones later this year. I'll be curious to see about that. I do think that we will see more display panels sold in the latter. Half of the air as new phones come. Out more and more. So that's probably just seasonal thing. That would help Samsung. I know a lot of people are probably looking at this and saying, oh, it's because that Samsung galaxy fold got delayed that really wasn't expected to contribute a lot to their bottom line. Anyway..

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"u s china" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"u s china" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"It just flies by and believe me. This year is really flying by I can't get over that the years is behind us. I also can't get over the fact that the year stinks. Or at least the last two months. Are terrible with regards to the stock market. And we'll get into that today. I want you to call me, though, with any questions, you may have anything that's on your mind. I know this doesn't feel good. I know this is uncomfortable the stock market volatility. But I also know that. We'll look back and we'll say well, geez. We we've lived through that the stock market will recover folks, it will in if you don't need your money in the near future than just ride it out as long as you have a good portfolio. Good investments ride it out don't panic. Don't have any knee jerk reaction. Does volatility is just lasting a whole lot longer than we would like it to it surprises. Most on Wall Street that its lasting this long. We never thought that the U S China trade war would carry on our president tweeting every day every night every every chance he gets and it doesn't help matters. So this is where patience is a virtue in. If you have good investments you need the head that patients hanging hanging in there. The stock market will recover were officially in a correction territory with the. Dow Jones being down ten percent the S and P down eleven percent. Nasdaq down fifteen percent from its all time high. So we're in correction territory, it's officially correction territory. Anything ten percent to twenty percents called the correction anything above twenty percent is a bear market. So we've been hovering around the month of October kicked.

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"u s china" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"u s china" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"FDIC leader Bank a step ahead so an article in the Wall Street Journal the headline Is apple vulnerable in u. s. China. Trade slowdown I'm of the. Opinion. Until proven, otherwise apple isn't vulnerable to anything yeah I mean it it's easy to pile bets against them and they've just. Blown through all of. Those barriers, that they have it's it's valid point I mean it's an American. American company doing, a ton of business in China. Not only China the second biggest. Buyer of iphones they. Also produce all of them and so, two date nobody's touched the iphone as you, know something that they want. To slap tariffs on but it remains a possibility my view is even if someone even if, even if you end up with, tariffs who cares apple people pay. Whatever they want like no one looks at apple, no, one looks at the. Iphone x. and says gee that's too much money I'm just not going to buy, the people. Who say that weren't buying one anyway like me, I, wasn't like, wasn't a case where. I said oh it's like I'm. Not doing it I'm done with. Buying new phones I don't wanna do that anymore The people who are willing to show out thousand or. Twelve hundred bucks, for an iphone if it goes. Up to thirteen hundred might not. Be an issue who. Care like I think apple has so, much pricing power today that it doesn't really, matter and there aren't many. Companies that can say that I think it's it's really pretty much apple and no one else, you're you're absolutely right but there, are also very few companies that. Span the importance that apple and could be a, target, especially as far as. Global supply chains go has the potential for disruption there so all the time that, we have. For today on the financial exchange quick look at, markets, before we, wrap up Dow's in. Negative territory s and and NASDAQ. Slightly positive we'll see you tomorrow The preceding program was. A paid advertisement by. The financial exchange and..

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