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CSPAN
Oct 29, 2011 10:00pm EDT
in china. ford is, now that they have their domestic business straightened out, is pouring many resources into expansion in asia and elsewhere. even chrysler is looking to expand around the world. but if you don't have the assembly plants in louisville and in dallas and kansas city, you are losing sort of the real heart and soul of the cup and he. >> host: you know, you mentioned that the market share of the companies today are gaining market share for the first time in many years and they are different companies. they are different companies than they were a few years ago whether it is a much more competitive cost structure, labor cost structure, product design quality is obviously exceeding much of the competition and their winning quality and design awards. one indicator was their willingness to accept and agree to some very aggressive fuel economy standards, those were 2016 and even for 2025 which will change the type of product that rolls off an american assembly line. you might talk about what those new fuel economy standards will mean for the companies and obviously the e
CSPAN
Oct 30, 2011 9:00pm EDT
. gm is the largest auto maker in china and ford now they've got their domestic business straightened out pouring many resources in the expansion and asia and elsewhere even chrysler is looking to expand our around the world. but if you don't have the assembly plants in louisville and in dallas and kansas city you are losing the heart and soul of the company. >> host: you mention the market share are gaining the market share for the first time. they're different companies. a different companies than they were just a few years ago with her it is a much more competitive cost in the structure and labor cost structure design and quality obviously is beating much of the competition and the winning the quality and the design of words shift fundamentally different in the past. one indicator of it was the willingness to accept and agree to some very aggressive fuel economy standards both for 2016 and then threw to 2025, which will change the type of product launches off on the american assembly line. you might talk about what the new fuel economy standards will mean for the compa
CSPAN
Oct 31, 2011 12:00am EDT
are doing a tremendous amount of expansion overseas as well. gm is the largest automaker in china. ford, now that they have their domestic business straightened out is pouring many resources into expansion in asia and elsewhere and chrysler is looking to expand around the world, but if you don't have the assembly plants in louisville and in dallas and in kansas city, st. louis, you are losing sort of the real heart and soul of the company. >> host: uh-huh. you know, you mentioned that market share, the companies of today are, of course, gaining market share for the first time in years, and they are different companies. they are different companies than they were just a few years ago and whether it's a much more competitive cost structure and labor cost structure, product design and quality, obviously, is beating much of the competition, and they are winning quality and design awards, so they are fundamentally different than the past. one indicator was their willingness to accept and agree to very aggressive fuel economy standards for 2016 and then for even 2025 which was really ch
CSPAN
Nov 28, 2009 10:00pm EST
, it in defining what we came to fear the most. as new nations like china began testing atomic weapons, fear of nuclear proliferation came to dominate public discourse. following in 19793 mile island incident which coincided with the release of james bond movie the china syndrome fear of atomic things led to calls to ban nuclear power plants and also to eliminate nuclear weapons altogether. the 1980's also gave as president ronald reagan's star wars program for which the untold billions of dollars were spent and are still being spent as the emphasis shifted from eliminating nuclear weapons to defending or shielding against them in the continental united states. delay 1980's and early 1990's saw the theme of global thermonuclear war make its way from movies to video games even in the post-cold war era of the simpson's got into the act in 1995 in an episode in title, a side show barbs class-- in which an embittered former tv clown discovers a discarded nuclear weapon in the local air force base open house. the theory is this tv show has been cancelled and the threat is to detonate it unl
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2017 4:30pm EDT
look at the iphone geotracker. >> host: let's go to china because you did visit the plant where these things are made and you got in and you are one of the few people that have done that. this guy posed as a contractor. where you just sort of, there were supports opening. >> guest: i have to give the credit to my translator who is a journalist in shanghai and i think we were kind of imposing because we tried through the love board channels all day. we had been interviewing people all around. we were trying to arrange a meeting and we met a manager who manages an operation there who said they would mind taking a song that you need approval. he basically burned all day doing interviews trying to get in. >> host: it's outside. >> guest: outside the gate. >> host: there is another shot here. >> guest: there was a sidewalk outside of it in a structure that you can walk over. >> host: give us the dimensions. this is x number, it goes on forever. what did it look like and it's the size of the city. >> guest: from the outside it's deceptive. salt walled off and the wall goes on for pretty muc
CSPAN
Jul 8, 2017 10:01pm EDT
china. you did visit this plant where these things were made and you got in. you are one of the few people to have done that. this guy, mike daisy who wrote a play posed just as a contractor and there was appear opening. tell us that story. >> well, i have got to give the credit to my fixer, my translator, who is a journalist in shanghai. we were just -- i think we were kind of imposing because we had tried through the sort of above board channels all day. we had tried to get in and interviewing people at the gates and all-arou around. we even met a floor manager who manages an operation who said they would not mind taking us on butia need executive approval. we burned all day trying to do interviews to get in outside the gate >> coffee shops and noodle places >> exactly. there is sidewalks outside and a structure you can walk over. >> give us the dimensions. this is x number of football fields? >> from the outside, it is deceptive. it seems like -- it is all walled off and the wall goes on as far as you can see. there are buildings looking up over it and what happened after trying
CSPAN
Jul 16, 2017 12:08pm EDT
many steps. let's go to china. you did visit the plant with these things are made and you got in. you are one of the few people have done that. this guy mike daisy who wrote a play, he poses like a contractor where you just sort of, there was a porous opening such as was. tell us that story. >> guest: well, i've got to give the credit to my fixer, my translator who is a journalist in shanghai. we were just, i think we're kind of imposing because we tried to sort of aboveboard channeled all they did we try to get into we've been anything people at the gates, all around. we were trying just to arrange a meeting. we even met a floor manager who manages an operation is said that when my taking a somewhat unique executive approval. the security guards were not having it. we basically burnt all day doing interviews time to get in, these are interviews outside at the gate. >> guest: outside the gate. >> host: little coffee shops. >> guest: exactly. there's sidewalks outside of it. there's a structure you can walk over. >> host: gives the dimensions. how many, this is x number of footbal
CSPAN
Dec 15, 2014 12:00am EST
. as i said, china and russia have different views how they understand privacy. those are not the regimes we think should be involved in making the final determineses how the internet will be govern it but that where is the next struggle will be taking plus as we move forward trying to figure out the interests. >> for the interest0s of time we'll have to call it there. i want to thank the audience. i appreciate your questions and thank the panelists very much on both sides of me. gene, you wanted to say something. >> the book is for sale. >> if you're interested, we'll have books outside and will be there to give you the honor of our signatures,. >> and we will have question ifs you want to come up afterwards. that's fine. thank you very much. can [inaudible conversations] >> every weekend booktv offers programming focused on nonfiction authors and books. keep watching for more here on c-span 2 and watch any of our past programs online at booktv.org. >> coming up next on booktv, "after words," this week, lindsay mark lewis, the inside story about how fundraisers allowed billionair
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2016 9:53pm EDT
dad born in mainland china dodging the japanese invasion then when they wrote the older it was a communist revolution separately they manage to get out of china to go to taiwan and they met briefly and my father-in-law had taken a liking to her son spent two years in taiwan to find her they got married and had three daughters and wife is the oldest the he was ambitious and wanted to do better so he came to america for three years by himself working multiple jobs to get a start in the shipping business he was a ship's captain in taiwan's and wanted to be more than that. so for three years worked local jobs in called for the late mother-in-law and the three daughters to come over they came over on a freighter the only people other than the crew finally ended up in a small apartment in queens and he kept working they ended up with a six daughters for the went to harvard business school and a lawyer. [laughter] and built a very successful shipping business and that is the kind of story you see all across america which is another reason even when we are frustrated about our attitude s
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2016 12:23am EDT
. >> that is remarkable story. >> board and the mainland china with their real and beer were dodging the japanese invasion when they got to be older there was a communist revolution they separately managed to get out and go to a tie one and they met briefly on the mainland so he searched for two years to find her in taiwan they got married and had three daughters but he was in the ship -- a vicious city came to america for three years by himself working multiple jobs he was a ship's captain. suffered three years working multiple jobs and calling for the mother a lot to come over they came over on a freighter. and the boat commodity. they ended up with his six daughters one of those for is in business school and a lawyer. [laughter] and that'd is the kind of story uc even in moments when you are frustrated on illegal immigration with those that were brought here against their will the sons and daughters are risk takers so that manual process for those who come here with the ambition they tend to be the best americans with a pair of the best example of that. >> the live in one is john
CSPAN
Jun 4, 2016 10:00pm EDT
curtail. >> that is remarkable to her mom was born in mainland china then when they got to be a little older was a communist revolution and then they went to taiwan. they met briefly on the mainland to my father-in-law had taken a liking to her so he searched two years to find her. and got married and had three daughters that he was ambitious said was in america three years by himself he was a ship's captain in taiwan any wanted to be more than that. is over three years he worked multiple jobs and called for my late mother iman in the three daughters to come over. a cable from a freighter they were the only people other than the crude and the boat finally ended up in a small apartment in queens and ended up with six daughters and only a lawyer but he'd put a bill to very successful shipping business and that is the kind of story that you see all across america which is another reason why even when we are frustrated about our attitudes of illegal immigration brought here against our will the sons and daughters are risktakers for the people that come here illegally they tend to be
CSPAN
Jun 12, 2016 10:00am EDT
immigration in this country. >> her mom and dad born in mainland china. they were dodging the japanese in china. when they got to be a little bit older there was the communist revolution. they separately manage today get out of mainland china and go to taiwan and they had met briefly on the mainland and my father-in-law had taken to her and he searched in taiwan to find her. they got married and had three daughters. my wife is the oldest one. he came to america for three years by himself, worked multiple jobs trying to get a start in the shipping business. he had been a ship's captain in taiwan. he wanted to be more than that. he for three years worked multiple jobs to get a start, he called for my late mother, they came over on a freighter. they were the only people other than the boat and boat commodity on a big freighter. finally ended up in a small apartment in queens and he kept working and kept having kids, they ended up with six daughters, four of whom have gone to harvard business school. [laughter] >> guest: he build a very successful shipping business and, you know, that is the
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2016 1:30pm EDT
remarkable story. >> her mom and dad born inr mainland china, when they were young they were dodging the japanese invasion of china. then when they got to be a little bit older, there was the communist revolution. they separately managed to get out of mainland china and go to taiwan. they had met briefly on the mainland my father-in-law had taken a liking to her so he searched in two years in taiwan to find her. they got married, have three daughters over there, my wife elaine is the oldest but he was an ambitious young man. he wanted to do better. so he came to america three years by himself, worked multiple jobs trying to get a start in the shipping business. he had been a ship's captain in taiwan. he wanted to be more than that. so for three years he worked multiple jobs to get his start, he called for my late mother-in-law in the three daughters to come over. they didn't have enough money for an airline ticket. they came over on a freighter. they were the only people other than the crew on a big crater.ep finally ended up in a small apartment in queens and he kept working. he kep
CSPAN
Jul 5, 2016 4:00am EDT
and dad born in mainland china, the japanese invasion of china, when they got to be a little older it was the communist revolution. they go to taiwan. they met briefly on the mainland and my father-in-law searched in taiwan for two years to find her, they got married, had three daughters, my wife elaine is the oldest but he was ambitious, wanted to do better so he came to america, three years by himself, trying to get a start in the shipping business, he had been a ship's captain in taiwan, he wanted to be more than that, he got his start, called from a late mother in law, had enough money for an airline ticket, came over on a freighter, they were the only people with the bulk commodity, finally ended up in a small apartment in queens and kept working and ended up with six daughters, four had gone to harvard business school, and built a very successful -- that is the kind of story you see all across america which is another reason why even when we are frustrated by immigration, we were virtually all of us unless we were african-americans brought here against our will, the sons and dau
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2016 8:27pm EDT
house it is a very restricted society. the same as china as far as the internet is concerned. and freedom house also ranks iran in their last annual report as the bottom of the list as far as freedom of the internet is concerned. and despite all of the difficulties, the shutdown of the -- the blocking of the poplar sites and so forth, our website just last year jumped 46% percent as far as views were concerned and that was mainly thank do is the jcpoa and the nuclear deal. we are moving forward with our internet despite all of the difficulties iran is creating and i am sure it is going to continue. >> host: you have been watching the "the communicators" at the voice of america broadcasting more here in washington, d.c.. more of our tour next week. >> c-span's washington journal live every day with news and policy issues that impact you and coming up tuesday morning, jacob hacker, institutional for social and policy studies, director at yale university will join us to discuss the economic performance of the state and how historically blue and red states stack up over medium income,
CSPAN
Dec 23, 2016 8:00pm EST
story. >> guest: her mon and dad, born in mainland china, when they were young they were dodging the japanese invasion of china. then when guy dot older there was the communist revolution. they separately managed to get out of mainland china and go to taiwan, and they had met briefly on the mainland, and my father-in-law had taken a liking to her so he searched in tie -- taiwan for two years to find her. they got heard, had three daughters can my wife, elaine is is the oldest but he was an ambitious young man himself wanted to do better. so he came to america three years by himself, worked multiple jobs, trying to get start in the shipping business. he had been a ships captain. in taiwan. he wanted to by more than that. and so he -- for three years worked multiple johns to -- jobs to get a start. he called for "late more than mother in law. they came over on a freighter. finally ended up in a small paper in queens. and he kept working, and kept having kids. ended up with six daughters, four of whom have gone to harvard business school, one is a slacker, only a lawyer. and he built a
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