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"middlesex university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yes, Exactly. It sounds as though President Biden admits that systemic racism is a problem s. Oh, that's a step forward, but this executive order is saying I want to do something about it. How does he want to do something about it? You will see in and I have to be, you know, clear we as the and I'm in the Congress, not in his office. But we're still actually getting a lot of the language for both the executive orders and we will be working with him on the legislative side as members of Congress. But I can tell you his intentions are based on again. The things that he has seen the things that he has experienced and his desire to move this country forward and recognizes that when we look at everything from how people are trained, you know to how we collect data. If we don't know the information, then we're we're not measuring. Then we won't be able to really Make the changes that we want to see. And so it is his intention that we look at it through a lens. We're doing the same thing in Congress today. Democratic Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester of Delaware. Thanks so much for your time. Thank you. Bye bye. Mm. In his final Act of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared that the Chinese government is committing genocide and crimes against humanity. Pompeo was referring to policies toward ethnic leaguers and other Muslims, mainly in western China. President Biden's new national security advisor agreed with that assessment. Numerous experts as well as news reports on this program have documented the widespread use of everything from detention camps to forced birth control. NPR China correspondent John Rue Itch weighs the evidence of genocide last Friday marks seven years since Ilham Tohti was detained. OT, A weaker scholar taught at a university in Beijing before China's Xinjiang policy began to harden. His daughter, Julia, who now lives in Virginia. Welcome to the news. I really do hold the situation can go towards like the pop more positive direction in the years since her father's detention. It hasn't Rights groups say China has built a vast network of detention camps across Xinjiang. By some estimates, a million or more Uighurs and other Muslims have been detained for things like praying after meals or traveling abroad. There are accusations of forced labor to and this summer allegations of widespread systematic use of forced birth control. William Schabas, an international law professor. Middlesex University in London thinks it may not technically amount to genocide. The allegations are serious enough in China. I don't want to sound dismissive of them, but it sounds like this is an abusive use of the term, the burden of proof and genocide cases is high, according to U. N convention. And there must be no other plausible explanation for the conduct. Beijing says its facilities in Xinjiang or training centers, and the government's actions are designed to combat terrorism. What the United States government did was a political declaration. Not a legal determination. James Millward, a scene young expert at Georgetown University, agrees. This isn't really about finding a court to try these cases. China's already showed that they will simply ignore these international Findings of it doesn't like them. China has responded angrily calling Pompeo a doomsday clown. But Antony Blinken, president Joe Biden's pick for secretary of state, said this at his Senate confirmation hearings on Tuesday on the winners. I think we're very much in agreement and the Forcing men, women and Children into concentration camps. Trying to, in effect, re educate them. To be a tear in stew. The ideology the Chinese Communist Party. All of that speaks to to an effort to to commit genocide. But now what no word from Georgetown says this could give cover to other governments critical of China but fearful of its wrath. And the Biden team is keen to rekindle alliances to confront China coordinated sanctions are one possibility. This may also help amplify calls by rights groups for a boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics, which China is scheduled to host. I mean, it's going to be the next chokepoint for international opprobrium right that growing international attention Has ju are real ham optimistic? I do see one day this will end because my father used to tell me there's an end to everything in the world and there's no eternity. I believe it includes the best things and she hopes that good things will come soon. John Rue Itch. NPR NEWS THISTLES. NPR NEWS. Always hoping for good traffic NEWS, Peter Finch reporting Bay Area conditions starting with the Bay Bridge. Yeah. And over all, the news is good. It's been a good morning. No major problems. 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"middlesex university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yes, Exactly. It sounds as though President Biden admits that systemic racism is a problem s. Oh, that's a step forward, but this executive order is saying I want to do something about it. How does he want to do something about it? Well, you will in and I have to be, you know, clear. We as the and I'm in the Congress, not in his office. But we're still actually getting a lot of the language for both the executive orders and we will be working with him on the legislative side as members of Congress. But I can tell you his intentions are based on again. The things that he has seen the things that he has experienced and his desire to move this country forward and recognizes that when we look at everything from how people are trained, you know to how we collect data. If we don't know the information, then we're we're not measuring. Then we won't be able to really make the changes that we want to see. And so it is his intention that we look at it through a lens. We're doing the same thing in Congress today. Democratic Congresswoman Lisa Blunt, Rochester of Delaware. Thanks so much for your time. Thank you. Bye bye. In his final Act of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared that the Chinese government is committing genocide and crimes against humanity. Pompeo was referring to policies toward ethnic leaguers and other Muslims, mainly in western China. President Biden's new national security advisor agreed with that assessment. Numerous experts as well as news reports on this program have documented the widespread use of everything from detention camps to forced birth control. NPR China correspondent John Rue Itch weighs the evidence of genocide last Friday marks seven years since Ilham Tohti was detained. OT, A weaker scholar taught at a university in Beijing before China's Xinjiang policy began to harden. His daughter, Giorgio, who now lives in Virginia. Welcome to the news. I really do hold the situation can go towards like the pop more positive direction in the years since her father's detention. It hasn't Rights groups say China has built a vast network of detention camps across Xinjiang. By some estimates, a million or more Uighurs and other Muslims have been detained for things like praying after meals or traveling abroad. There are accusations of forced labor to and this summer allegations of widespread systematic use of forced birth control. William Schabas, an international law professor. Middlesex University in London thinks it may not technically amount to genocide. The allegations are serious enough in China. I don't want to sound dismissive of them, but it sounds like this is an abusive use of the term, the burden of proof and genocide cases is high, according to U. N convention. And there must be no other plausible explanation for the conduct. Beijing says its facilities in Xinjiang or training centers, and the government's actions are designed to combat terrorism. What the United States government did was a political declaration. Not a legal determination. James Millward, a sin young expert at Georgetown University, agrees. This isn't really about finding a court to try these cases. China's already showed that they will simply ignore these international Findings of it doesn't like them. China has responded angrily calling Pompeo a doomsday clown. But Antony Blinken, president Joe Biden's pick for secretary of state, said this at his Senate confirmation hearings on Tuesday on the winners. I think we're very much in agreement and the Forcing men, women and Children into concentration camps. Trying to, in effect, re educate them. To be a tear in stew. The ideology that China's Communist Party All of that speaks to to an effort to to commit genocide. But now what Millward from Georgetown says this could give cover to other governments critical of China but fearful of its wrath. And the Biden team is keen to rekindle alliances to confront China coordinated sanctions are one possibility. This may also help amplify calls by rights groups for a boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics, which China is scheduled to host. I mean, it's going to be the next chokepoint for international opprobrium right that growing international attention Has ju are real ham optimistic? I do see one day this will end because my father used to tell me there's an end to everything in the world, and there's no eternity at believe. It includes the bad things. And she hopes that good things will come soon. Genre, which.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"April twenty twenty podcast from on diplomatic. My name is george. Mela and my guest on this program is john bird who is an artist. Writer curator emeritus professor of art in critical theory at middlesex university and the apron edition of the paper john rights by the artist and filmmaker steve mcqueen who had a major retrospective at tate modern in london until the gallery was suddenly closed because of covid nineteen mcqueen who turned fifty last year had an immensely successful career by any measure since winning the turner prize in one. Thousand nine thousand nine for his early explorations of the moving image. He's gone on to direct four feature films the most recent widows and twenty eighteen and and twenty fourteen twelve years a slave for which he received the oscar for best picture becoming the first black recipient of that award but mcqueen has by no means abandoned the gallery for the movie theater as you'll hear and has his recent exhibition showed before we got onto that. I asked john to fill in some background about mcqueen's korea before the nine thousand nine hundred nine prize. He was an all student. He was a chelsea first of all chelsea school of art and then he went onto goldsmiths college university of london in the beginning of the nineteen nineties student at goldsmiths from ninety to ninety. Four as you know the goldsmiths is the school that is most closely say. Cat who became known as the y. b. as young british artists it produced quite of quite a few including damien. Hirst so he comes out of a background of officials practice. He became interested in photography and film and video work at school and that became his medium expression. I think for quite a lot about at that period of the early nineties late eighties and early early nineties. It wasn't just the film and video offered to some extent to come different way. Don't for a new way of working. It was a break with the more traditional pass activities of painting sculpting so. He did that. He had a brief period in new york. Where east of the university. But then he. He's interesting that he's work was picked up actually really quite early on. I mean i think not only when he was college but very soon afterwards in in the early nineties he was in a way noted as one of the most original most interesting students coming out of that that goes miss background and he started making black and white videos.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Can have all the ice baths in the world if you, but if the training plan, you know, you've got no chance. And so those are the really big rocks as you work your way up, you know, this recovery pyramid, you get to these different modalities. So as you mentioned co water merging, being one crow therapy, obviously, more popular these days, I remember as a kid watch in the eighties, watching William, the refrigerator Perry training camp for the bears donkey, his three hundred pound body in televise. He's just look. Brutal, you know, but it's something that's in all sports right in terms of using ice bath anything. Okay. Will this must reduce inflammation, right? But actually looking into this experts from Australia guys like Dr Jonathan peak. The findings are that you can reduce muscle soreness up to four days with with techniques like this, but it doesn't work the way that we think that, you know, it doesn't work the way you think it does. So his team. In the reviews that he done was that it didn't actually lower inflammation compared to actor active recovery is that was the use of ice bus cool water, Mercer. So how does it work? Well, even the best experts in the world aren't really sure does it risk redistribute things like blood flow, Israel, localized cooling effect is an analgesic effect. But, you know overall when we look at how long should do this for, you know, typically it's going to be eleven to fifteen minutes done at a temperature of about eleven to fifteen degrees celsius. So that's about sixty or fifty nine degrees Fahrenheit. But the question that you're posing here says a great question is, how does this compare cryotherapy? And of course, you know, there's recent studies that were done comparing to add on first glance, you think she's crow therapy using temperatures. I gotta stick Fahrenheit, minus one hundred seventy six minus three hundred seventy four which is, you know, little bit ridiculous, obviously, it's, it's air flowing over you for only a couple of minutes, but it's gotta feel like a long time. Even two to four minutes is gonna feel pretty pretty long at that temperature. But the really interesting thing is that if you do an ice bath at forty six degrees Fahrenheit or Krause session of minus one sixty six you know, your core temperatures being reduced by the same amount. Right. Because airs got poor thermal conductivity in so you don't get the same amount of detainees cooling as you would do. Right. As you leave one of cold water immersion, as you would with cold water immersion. Exactly with cryotherapy skins gonna come back to baseline in about sixty minutes. So the benefit of crowd, therapies, obviously, how, you know, the durations very short in terms of how long it takes. So even you know, some elite sport teams or using things like cryotherapy there's been some studies, one of them was done in, in marathoner. So in the build up to the London marathon, comparison of ice bass to cry. Oh to placebo on muscle function perception of muscle, soreness and training stress. And so this was done immediately after they finish the race. It was then repeated twenty four hours and forty eight hours afterwards. This is Laura Wilson's work at Middlesex university in the results, actually showed.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Exclusions may apply. A robot in the UK is looking to make history. The robot's name is pepper, and it talked about the future of artificial intelligence at British house of parliament, this robot is part of an international research projects funded by Japan and the EU to develop the world's first culturally aware, robots researchers at Middlesex university hope that robots like pepper can one day be integrated into more social settings. Despicable me. Will here's ten things. You may not have known about grew and his minions. Directors Pierre coffin and Christopher did the voices for most of the minions including Tim, Bob, Mark, Phil Stewart, Dave, Larry. No, no, no. Jemaine Clement of flight of the conchords provided the voices for minions Kevin and Jerry. Originally dominions we're going to be groups henchmen and be big ugly or click Bruce, the filmmakers wanted to make room more likable, and they felt the best way to do that was around him with incompetence. They looked for inspiration from willy Wonka zoo belugas and the jobless from Star Wars, the sleepy kitty story was made into an actual book, and you can buy the accent that Steve Carell choice for grows in mixed between Ricardo Montalban and Bill despicable me was originally, titled evil me minions are incredibly resilient. They can survive in outer space, which means they can resist freezing. And don't need air to breathe and apparently are made up of the same stuff down glow, sticks the filmmakers wanted to cast actors who graded improv hence casting. Steve Carell Jason Segel. Russell brand will Arnett Kristen wig. Jack mcbrayer, Ken, John. Mcbride indicating.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's typical drive on the freeways it's going to be cone zone activity. This slows you down at the moment. If you win northbound on I twenty five ramped colefax closed for repairs. You can use spears turn it. Ronald you've also got on accident off highway. That's at Holly in Florida, and that may slow things down just a little bit. The rest of your drive is going to be pretty uneventful unless your own -pinion boulevard heading out to the airport where that road work off and on slows things down. But for the most part you're gonna find speeds normal on sixty Lakewood C, four seventy four seventy good along with thirty six between here in boulder. The CBS four weather overnight low of thirty nine and expect a high tomorrow of about sixty three tomorrow night's lowest going to drop down to about forty currently. It's forty four. I'm Gary L, go on KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. From ABC news Tech Trends, a robot makes history in the UK. Pepe could you please introduce yourself. Good morning. Thank you for inviting me to give evidence today. This is what it sounded like at the British houses of parliament. When a robot named pepper showed up to talk about the future of artificial intelligence. Peppering resident real content Middlesex university. This robot is part of an international research project funded by Japan and the EU to develop the world's first culturally aware, robots really similar to me. But with a different software is tired of an international three year research project cod. Caresses hyper specific mission. The world's first culture. Aimed at assisting and caring for the researchers at Middlesex university. Hope that robots like pepper can one day be integrated into more social settings. With Tech Trends. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news. Are you worried about your mom or dad living alone in their house?.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on KOMO

"Journalist Jamal kashogi to show you what missing after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey October second. Turkish officials believe he was killed by a Saudi hit squad inside the consulate at odd series of events for first lady's last night, Hillary Clinton's secret service vehicle crashed inside a parking garage, New Jersey. She was unharmed and walked to the fundraiser a few hundred feet away this morning. First lady, Melania Trump plane forced to return to joint base Andrews after smoke was detected the plane landed safely with no injuries. Two thirds of Americans are limiting their spending. According to a new study by bankrate and breaking the study down for us is make rates chief financial analysts. Greg mcbride. Thanks for being with us this morning. Greg. Good morning, Tom. Thanks for having me. Tell us about this study on the surface seem to be like a good thing for individuals and families not necessarily for businesses. Yeah. You hit the nail on the head there. Yeah. It's two thirds of Americans limiting their spending. What's interesting about that is that it's actually up from where it had been the past few years. It's the highest it's been in four years we had seen that trending lower as the economy got better. And yet it reversed course this year. The other thing of note is you know, what are the reasons that people are holding back on that on that spending top reason once again is the need to save more money. So good to see that at least on some level. Some people are following through with good intentions with actions in efforts to boost that saving is there. A certain age group that have more of a propensity for socking away those funds for a rainy day. Yes. And you know, consistent with what we've seen in other surveys millennials led the way not only in terms of being most likely to limit their spending. But also most likely to be doing so because they need to save more money generation X was not far behind again holding back spending in doing so to save more. But it changed for baby boomers silent generation not only were they less likely to be raining in their spending. But even those that did the reasons for doing so were different the top reason was the fact that their income hadn't changed. I think that really speaks to the issue that a lot of baby boomers in particular are dealing with. And that is you know, we may be seeing broad based income gross across the economy. But a lot of baby boomers, they're not seeing it in their paychecks. You also noted there's a realization among a lot of these people that they just haven't saved enough in the past for certain things that they need to have ready and on both on emerged for emergency savings as well as retirement people are really behind. More encouraging thing is that people know it people recognize how important it is. And you know, we just need to see more people making efforts to to move the needle. I mean few about one in four actually making the conscious decision to spend less in order to save more. Ideally, you know, at the household level you'd like to see more people doing that, you know, just to safeguard their finances against the unknown that may lie add Greg as always we thank you for breaking that report down forest. Greg McBride CFA at bankrate dot com, you can get the full report and all the details at bankrate dot com. Komo news time now ten nineteen from ABC. News Tech Trends, a robot makes history in the UK Tampa. Could you please introduce yourself? Good morning. Thank you for inviting me to give evidence today. This is what it sounded. Like it the British houses of parliament. When a robot named pepper showed up to talk about the future of artificial intelligence. Peppering resident Middlesex university. This robot is part of an international research project funded by Japan and the EU to develop the world's first culturally aware robots robots similar, but with a different software is part of an international three year research project cards caresses specific mission. The world's first culture. At assisting in Jerry. Researchers at Middlesex university hope that robots like pepper one day, be integrated into more social settings. But Tech Trends, I'm Scott Goldberg. ABC news. Komo news time now ten twenty and time for the propel insurance business update. Walmart's streaming video service is in talks to possibly add subscription channels to its lineup voodoo recently announced a.

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Pepper, Middlesex University and EU discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Pepper, Middlesex University and EU discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Good morning share. Thank you for inviting me to give evidence today. This is what it sounded. Like it the British houses of parliament. When a robot named pepper showed up to talk about the future of artificial intelligence pepper resident Middlesex university. This robot is part of an international research project funded by Japan and the EU to develop the world's first culturally aware robots. Similar to me by with the different software is part of an international three year research project cards, caresses peppers specific mission being the world's first culture. Aimed at assisting in jeering, researchers

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"middlesex university" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Thank you. What are your thoughts on the situation in Australia or on the Coen revelations in the United States, tennis it an Email and send them our way to radio at economists dot com or on Twitter at a columnist radio. Finally, the trend of British universities abroad of Britain's one hundred thirty six universities there at thirty nine foreign campuses in countries. Very, does Belgium Marissa's news, Becca, STAN. State of the art university reading Malaysia campus Neji Iskender is a big Middlesex university Marissa's provides learning opportunities for students from across the world. Hello and welcome to the university of Nottingham Ningbo China. My name's Nick and along with a couple of other students, I'm going show you studying here such tastic experience. With only Australia, which has a much smaller higher education system Basting similar ratio of home to overseas campuses, say for Britain. Universities are a booming export industry to discuss this. I'm joined by Hamish bureau, the economists education correspondent. So Hamish just how popular arbiters universities and how has this grain recently were extremely popular on top of for campuses is also teach more than half million pupils at of universities where bridge universities provide for degree qualifications and sometimes also kind of broad support teaching and training of staff. It's growing extremely fast in recent years up by v overpass five to six years, and it's mainly come about because Pacino -versities kind of seemed to be among the best in world. And most this big demand for Chris education overseas and a lot of campuses are in Asia's. Correct? That is correct. Yes. So I visited Malaysia to take a look. What's going on there and five comes in Malaysia and when there's also some in China and Singapore. And so yeah, I think Asia's because it has a big growing middle class. It's an area, whereas I grabbed a month for higher education. And why specifically is a British degree perceive to be so important? And so in demand as distinct from an American degree or an Australian degree or degree from anywhere else? I think one of the reasons is simply for breaching -versities have very good. If you look at global rankings, bridge universities, tons of never told me, but then on top of that, you have a fat protein buses for fairly high degree of autonomy and civic government doesn't stop them from expanding overseas in the way to come more cautious to allow investors to do this thing. So you have kind of hide him on and countries for degree from university. And you also have absence of a strictures. Is it just well established universities for sort of oxygen Cambridge's that doing this or lots of newer universities. So Oxford Cambridge don't actually to any of this, but initially it was it was more universities who I sell up, comes as overseas in recent years. Relationship has begun to change and less prestigious universities have big growth area, but that's not so much become a side of things that's more teaching qualifications overseas at of universities and other difficult to set up a maintain fee schools. I guess there must be some culture clashes going on winner. University sets up in China role, Malaysia. Absolutely. It's not easy recently. A couple of universities have closed Marissa's. For example, I was struggling to attract students for one of a key difficulties is trying to negotiate for kind of regulation in in another country particularly when you didn't affects petits to do so. So Warrick wanted to open a campus in California but had to kind of perk abortion idea because. Was basically just couldn't deal with amount of relations to get heads around on top of that, you have fish, you've kind of Krugman. It's quite hard to build your brand overseas if you're one of the big names. And I think Bush's schools are pretty popular overseas as well. They're doing something very similar. No, absolutely. Has been a big increase in the number of schools in recent years as well. In fact, when I went to visit fee in of readiness campus in Malaysia, you, you go on main road out of town, your whole re which is a big city in the south country, and you go posters on leg aligned. Vanessa signed tomorrow recall age, which is one of the big grand British public schools. And then you kind of reach FINA Steve Reddin which is next door to new cost when Southampton as well. And in fact, British schools to and so well for now through in teaches away from Britain to extend, I kind of contributing to a shortage of teachers at thank you very much Hamish.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Is daybreak cool granny in dubai could check on your business headlines stunning by deborah he's have been mad as the uk's five main business lobby groups have told theresa may they're deeply concerned that time is running out for brexit deal that protects hundreds of thousands of british jobs writing to the prime minister over the weekend they said in the absence of clarity businesses will inevitably have to implement plans for worst case scenario which could cost the uk economy billions of pounds thousands of jobs and lead many families without a main income may is under mounting pressure to spell out britain's vision for the eu relationship she has promised a white paper on her plans before the summer recess starts on july twenty fourth i reached consensus with her squabbling cabinet and party japan airlines is considering its first bond sales since december twenty sixteen the carriers growth plan involves increasing its debt by three hundred forty five million dollars this fiscal year that's the biggest rise in borrowing since its bankruptcy in twenty ten jal and rival a are battling to boost market share as more tourists visit japan bloomberg sources say abroad group has reached agreement to sell its stake in middlesex university dubai campus to ominami holdings for about one hundred million dollars both companies declined to comment abroad has been under fire since investors including the bill and melinda gates foundation commissioned an audit to investigate the alleged mismanagement of funds and that's your bloomberg business flash thank you very much now the insurance sector while it rallied the biggest rally in almost two and a half percent yes see that's the most in two months as it came to ban on women driving came to an end the move is a key part of the crown prince's economic plan but win mean what would it mean for the king's banks and insurance that's bringing he fda financials analyst shabby a malecki joins is not great to see this morning we had our check your homes he wrote a paper it's worth ninety billion it's going to be worth more than around cope true or false i wouldn't say that it's it's something that should expect immediately the positive benefits of this but we've been saying for some time now one of the key catalyst for the saudi economy in addition to the grid is going to be women drivers that is expected to come to start driving yesterday saudi is the largest automotive market in in the in the region there are some estimates which suggest that the the expects motor sales to go by six percent this year the numbers that we've looked at they're about five five and a half million saudi women who we believe are in the right age group to drive in saudi arabia assuming let's say fifty to sixty percent of these women actually get driving licences so we're talking about another two two and a half million new drivers coming into the market there's going to placement as well because there are drivers working in saudi arabia about one million expert drivers some of those will be replaced by the women that are coming in so there is going to be some offset says okay japan here if you've got several hundred thousand or maybe even a couple of million female drivers status a sizable boost on the fiscal side if you imagine how much driving license costs but for.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Ozzy home loans the previously announced i pio of cbs global asset management unit will no longer proceed and bloomberg sources say bras group has reached an agreement to sell its stake in middlesex university dubai campus to hamanaka holdings spur about one hundred million dollars both companies declined to comment abroad has been under fire since investors including the bill and melinda gates foundation commissioned an audit to investigate the alleged mismanagement of funds and that's your bloomberg business flash very much naive officials in beijing for high level trade talks today china's vice premier and vp of european commission are exploring the promotion of globalization as well as deepening and expanding china e cooperation president trump has again address the trade is she tweeting overnight the united states is insisting that all countries that have placed artificial trade barriers and tariffs on goods going into their country remove those barriers and tariffs will be met with more than reciprocity by the usa trade must be fair and no longer a one way street that's bringing mainland tom had of asia pacific investment office at ubs wealth management she joins us from the wealth insights singapore informed great to see you again it's been a while at one of the commentators from the wto says trump is taking wrecking ball to trade is your market place is china price.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"To and it's taboo granny in dubai could check on your business headlines stunning by deborah the uk uk's five main business lobby groups have told theresa may they're deeply concerned that time is running out for brexit deal that protects hundreds of thousands of british jobs writing to the prime minister over the weekend they said in the absence of clarity businesses will inevitably have to implement plans for worst case scenario which could cost the uk economy billions of pounds thousands of jobs and lead many families without a main income may is under mounting pressure to spell out britain's vision for the relationship she has promised a white paper on her plans before the summer recess starts on july twenty fourth but must first reach consensus with her squabbling cabinet and party japan airlines is considering its first bond sales since december twenty sixteen the carriers growth plan involves increasing its debt by three hundred forty five million dollars this school year that's the biggest rise in borrowing since its bankruptcy in two thousand ten jal and rival a are battling to boost market share as more tourists visit japan plumer sources say abroad group has reached an agreement to sell it stake in middlesex university dubai campus to on on holdings for about one hundred million dollars both companies declined to comment abroad has been under fire since investors including the bill and melinda gates foundation commissioned an audit to investigate the alleged mismanagement of fines and that's your bloomberg business flash thank you very much now the insurance sector well it rallied the biggest rally and almost two an half sorry two and a half percent.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's taboo granny in dubai creek check on your business flash headlines deborah mayes tiny by deborah the uk's five main business lobby groups have told theresa may they're deeply concerned that time is running out for brexit deal that protects hundreds of thousands of british jobs writing to the prime minister over the weekend they said in the absence of clarity businesses will inevitably have to implement plans for worst case scenario which could cost the uk economy billions of pounds thousands of jobs and leave many families without a main income may is under mounting pressure to spell out britain's vision for the eu relationship she has promised a white paper on her plans before the summer recess starts on july twenty fourth but must first reach consensus with her squabbling cabinet and party japan airlines is considering its first bond sales since december twenty sixteen the carriers growth plan involves increasing its debt by three hundred forty five million dollars this fiscal year that's the biggest rise in borrowing since thank rec in two thousand ten gel and rival a n a are battling to boost market share as more tourists visit japan bloomberg sources say abroad group has reached an agreement to sell it stake in middlesex university dubai campus to ominami holdings for about one hundred million dollars both companies declined to comment abroad has been under fire since investors including the bill and melinda gates foundation commissioned an audit to investigate the alleged mismanagement of funds and that's your bloomberg business flash thank you very much for that now vidal insurance sector while it rallied the biggest rally in almost two and a half two and a half percent yes he that's the most in two months as the king to ban on women driving came to an end the move is a key part of the crown prince's economic plan but will it mean what would it mean for the king's banks and jurors bringing fda financial analyst shabby malecki joins is not great to see this morning we had our check your she wrote a paper it's going to be worth ninety billion it's going to be worth more than around chiro falls i wouldn't say that it's it's something that should expect immediately the positive benefits of this but we've been saying for some time now that one of the key catch list for the saudi economy in addition to the grid is going to be women drivers that is expected to come to you know women started driving yesterday saudi is the largest automotive market in in the in the region there are some estimates which suggest that the the expect motor sales to go up by six percent this year the numbers that we've looked at they're about five five and a half million saudi women who we believe are in the right age group to drive in saudi arabia assuming let's say fifty to sixty percent of division actually get driving licences so we're talking about another two two and a half million new drivers coming into the market now there's going to be some replacement as well because there are expect drivers working in saudi arabia about one million expert so some of those will be replaced by the women that are coming in so there is going to be some offset says okay here's japan here if you've got several hundred thousand or maybe even a couple of million female drivers status a sizable boost on the fiscal side if you imagine how much driving license costs but for the banks which is sort of your bread and butter aware is the opportunity here is it just a.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The previously announced ipo of cbs global asset management unit will no longer proceed and bloomberg sources say bras group has reached an agreement to sell its stake and middlesex university dubai campus to ominami holdings for about one hundred million dollars both companies declined to comment abroad husband under fire since investors including the bill and melinda gates foundation commissioned an audit to investigate the alleged mismanagement of funds and that's your bloomberg business flash thanks very much i officials in beijing for high level trade talks today china's vice premier and vp of european commission are exploring the promotion of globalization as well as deepening and expanding china e cooperation president trump has again address the trade is she tweeting overnight the united states is insisting that all countries that have placed artificial trade barriers and tariffs on goods going into their country remove those barriers and tariffs will be met with more than reciprocity by the usa trade must be fair and no longer a one way street let's bring in mainland tan had of asia pacific investment office at ubs wealth management she joins us from the wealth incites singapore informed man great to see you again it's been a while at one of the commentators from the wto says trump is taking a wrecking ball to trade is your mark place is china price renneberg market on the shanghai com is the market price for an escalation of trade wars good morning good morning well indeed if you look at the situation today the state of politics is in such disarray but i have to say that you will look at the pace of business innovations as well as the state of economy continues to be very conducive for asian businesses of a key risk is indeed the deteriorating escalating trade tensions of that me see we do think that we trade the united states has become very hawkish actually it's not just for china but also with its other trading allies and the the us is likely to keep up the pressure to extract concessions of but i'll do is dead a open and the trade war remains unlikely because the political efi tight group this is likely to fade once the pain on us consumers us businesses becomes more parent we put together a graphic that shows how the trade deficit can be broken down into individual sectors in the united states in the most exposed is really the 'electronic sector sock jen just came out with a note as well they say the allegations of all of this if everybody follows through on their threats the chinese economy could see a decline of one percent of gdp and the us would be less affected you agree or disagree with that we do think that for every let's say twenty five percent tariff on fifty billion of china's imports it will cut china's gdp by zero point one percent on the basis of six point six and if indeed you get four hundred fifteen billion worth of of imports attracting terrorists then.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The previously announced ipo of cbs global asset management unit will no longer proceed and bloomberg sources say our bras group has reached an agreement to sell its stake and middlesex university's dubai campus to ominami holdings for about one hundred million dollars both companies declined to comment abroad husband under fire since investors including the bill and melinda gates foundation commissioned an audit to investigate the alleged mismanagement of funds and that's your bloomberg business flash e officials in beijing for high level trade talks today china's vice premier and vp of european commission are exploring the promotion of globalization as well as deepening and expanding china e cooperation president trump has again address the trade is she tweeting overnight the united states is insisting that all countries that have placed artificial trade barriers and tariffs on goods going into their country remove those barriers and tariffs will be met with more than reciprocity by the usa trade must be fair and new longer a one way street let's bring in mainland tan had of asia pacific investment office at ubs wealth management she joins us from the wealth incites singapore informed on great to see you again it's been a at one of the commentators from the wto says trump is taking a wrecking ball to trade is your mark place is china price ni renneberg market on the shanghai com is the market price for an escalation of trade wars good morning good morning wall indeed if you look at the situation today the state of politics is in such disarray but i have to say that you will look at the pays of business innovations as well as the state of economy nicotine is to be very conducive for asian businesses of a key risk is indeed the deteriorating escalating trade tensions of let me see i'm saying that we trade the united states has become very hawkish actually it's not just the china but also with its other trading allies and the the us is likely to keep up the pressure to extract concessions of but i'll do is dead open and the trade war remains unlikely because the political appetite for this is likely to fate once the pain on us consumers in us businesses becomes more parent we put together a graphic that's shows how the trade deficit can be broken down into individual sectors in the united states in the most exposed it's really the electron ix sector suction just came out with a note as well they say the implications of all of this everybody follows through on their threats to chinese economy could see a decline of one percent of gdp and he was would be less affected you agree or disagree with that we do think that for every let's say twenty five percent tariff on fifty billion of china's imports enroll cut china's gdp by zero point one percent on the base of six point six and indeed you get four hundred fifteen billion worth of of imports attracting terrorists then the impact actually will magnify that is true that you'd be pushed through with it it's going to have that kind of impact but we don't see that as a likely scenario key issues triple or fight to see seven hundred billion yuan one hundred billion dollars go back into the system is this a one and done maneuver by the pboc are they weaponising instruments i'm talking about the one i'm talking about the bond market what do you make of the prospect of the triple are cut okay i i think it's very unlikely for the chinese government to weaponize either treasuries all the exchange rate if you think about the sequence of retaliation from chinese perspective the first thing that they will go after its boots importance the next monday will go for his services imports and i think that in terms of treasuries and the chinese van it's going to be quite far off and before they do that they probably talking us business interests in china i now we're regards to the teeth are triple are it is high it is widely anticipated and we do think that it is an important signal policy intention china is telling its own domestic investors as well as the wall that it has sufficient policy to actually manage domestically witty situation and there's plenty of room all to do on that front the triple are even after yesterday's cut it's going to be between thirteen and a half percent to fifteen and a half percent for the domestic banks and prior to two thousand six was actually the seven and a half percent.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"This is the bbc this podcast is supported by advertising outside the u k hello this is going on i'm adam rosser there are two threads to unpick tonight underworld ascendant is the dungeon crawler revisited but first there's a new kid on the sports scene with ms jonathan tilbury the executive director of the newly minted national student east boats is it lee jonathan what is it now is it just national student he sports just national students exposed and then we abbreviate to an and let's be honest abbreviations of what it's all about i remember bookstores i write books whatever bucks your pardon bucks because they organized clay pigeon shooting event i went to i was middlesex university what does this fit into the panoply of sports which are being organized and a run under the auspices of bucks out positions quite interesting obviously east sports in sport and there's a big debate there you see a lot of a lot of coverage are kind of kind of that debate a lot of people asking whether or not as sports is going to be olympics one day when you talk to the wider community and also when you when you talk to industry i think you know opposition has always been it doesn't matter the question is relevant in working with with bucks what we not doing is classifying east sport we're not trying to recognize these forces sport we are trying to or some of bucks infrastructure that they built for sport that can be used to grow east bulls so as an example of that buck's has an amazing support network has connections across higher education and they can be used to help us educate university's student unions on why why gaming is actually a big deal because that's going to start a lot of misconceptions that we always have anyone in industry has to has to fight and and these students coming up against that time after time when they're in conversations with with student unions yoko the students who a university now when people like yourself went to university of few years ago you'll the cohort that's the million with games you'll the cohort who are going to be leading the charge in basically replacing.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"When i was twenty hours when i was nineteen years old consciously made an effort to change how i spoke i was always softly spoken but i made more of an effort and the reason for this was because my umbilical was so white hate macbeth lack of i am going to fucking and it was so intense that the age of eighteen i went to middlesex university i go through clearing so i wasn't looking back i didn't think they even saw me as talented enough to go to middlesex university so i i got in through clearing and then when i was there i was like well this is i'm learning all this stuff this mazing learning about auto brek male hold these amazing people writings of two main greer season tags against interpretation john burge's ways of seeing changed me completely picking his book but i'm being doused in all this information but a lot of our course was being cut because it was under blessed government we had said few years before education education education and took it away i haven't finished mine and so i was like well i'm gonna have to leave this place middlesex halfway through the coals not stay three years i've got to go and apply to drama schools i've got to get out there and pick up the stage it was the days where the stage had like good editions the goto where it's just like opinion pieces on why of hamilton.

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"middlesex university" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"middlesex university" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Jeff julian marshall spoke to dr simon harding a criminologist at middlesex university in london and an expert on gang violence this curious julian often tracking this for the past two years and watching the rise kerr and of course this is an old crime we used to call it said the triage the the active throwing acid and back in the victorian times in evening hundreds it was a a familiar at if not to common sight on british street so seems to have returned what we know is the young men are now adopting this is part of their gang repetoire of violence so instead of perhaps carrying a knife through which they may be subject to stop and search earned on a high tariff with a knife they are it seems which into something that is easy to carry and very disguised suborned and using it as the first resort rather than lost resort and unlike seventy of the cases in which we nobody report on the worlds as from asia where the victims are usually women this is not the case more broadly in britain and certainly not in the recent london attack whoa that's correct so we were bucking the international trend appears at it's which we at men attacking men one of the interesting things with the esta the taxes it's actually used in a wide variety of criminal activity and that can be anything from a drug deal that's gone wrong business deal it's gone wrong debt that a road revenge attacks at retaliatory attacks carjackings gang crime robbery theft intimidation of court witnesses but we find that these tax serve usually targetted the victim usui knows the offender and sometimes as we saw over the weekend acid throwing can be used as a wave incapacitating somebody to a while you to then go on and committed for the crime.

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