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Bloomberg
Jul 23, 2017 5:00am EDT
♪ stephen: welcome to the seaport of industrial northeast of china. the theme of the annual meeting this year is inclusive growth in the fourth industrial resolution, but geopolitics, mounting debt, and protectionism are threatening the global outlook. ♪ the summer edition of the world economic order prints -- economic forum brings together more than 2000 people from 80 countries. leaders in science, technology, and other innovative industries, searching for new ways to create meaningful jobs and sustainable development. >> geopolitical risks are on the rise, and structural challenges still exist. as long as we stand committed, we will be able to respond and prevail. stephen: so what are the biggest risks to the global economy? we put that question to the twittersphere. 46% said geoeconomic tension. 30% said rising debt burdens. 15% foresaw weak productivity growth. the deputy secretary-general of the oecd, the deputy managing director of the imf, the economics professor at george mason university, and the head of chinese equities at blackrock. >> i think the respondents hit a rea
Bloomberg
Sep 17, 2017 1:00pm EDT
"pursuits." this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ >> welcome to china, birthplace and home place of juggernaut alibaba. i'm stephen engle, and what a past 18 years it has been for not only alibaba, but china, as well and the global internet economy as a whole. and we were here for the 18th birthday bash. [applause] packed in with 40,000 employees into an outdoor stadium. and we spoke exclusively with group executive chairman jack ma.
Bloomberg
Sep 30, 2017 2:00pm EDT
centers. go to china and india and you have one apologist for 1600 patients. your chances of world-class care are literally zero. this idea, those are gold standards. it illustrates one of the principles of ai in the future. you must know who taught it and what data, and you must be transparent. in my trip to india, a woman had cancer a doctor had never seen. without watson she would have never have an idea of what the treatments are. i think you have different kinds of situations that will be in this world. this is a question -- this is why i am so positive about this world will have more tough problems solved with ai and issues. there will be issues, and they are serious. we will come back and talk about field education, but the unsolvable -- megan: when you look at ai, do you feel like we are going to little point where it will displace more jobs than it creates and we are not doing enough to create this skill, coding, programming, stem education to push forward the jobs in the future both in ibm and externally? ginni: d believe ai will be the course of this? megan: i think ai w
Bloomberg
Jul 29, 2017 2:00pm EDT
about the world's second-biggest economy, china. how does apple navigate what seem to be uncertain economic and political waters there? tim: china, for us, we make all of our decisions for the long-term. and so, we are not investing for next quarter or next year, we are thinking about many years out. and as i stand back and look at china, i see mega-trends there that make china an incredible market, and i don't mean just a market to sell in. i also mean a market for application developers. we have 1.5 million application developers in china now. probably closer to 2 million. it's an incredible marketplace for talent, and in terms of the size of the marketplace. so this -- the short-term kinds of economic moves up and down, i don't get too excited about. emily: how realistic is it to expect that double-digit growth for apple can continue in china? tim: it didn't continue last year. emily: are the days of double-digit growth over? tim: i think we will do better this quarter than we have the last several. that doesn't mean that we are growing double-digit or will grow, but it means it
Bloomberg
Aug 6, 2017 1:00pm EDT
. ♪ ♪ stephen: welcome to the seaport of industrial northeast of china. the theme of the annual meeting this year is inclusive growth in the fourth industrial resolution, but geopolitics, mounting debt, and protectionism are threatening the global outlook. ♪ stephen: the summer edition of the world economic forum brings together more than 2000 people from 80 countries. leaders in science, technology, and other innovative industries, searching for new ways to create meaningful jobs and sustainable
Bloomberg
Sep 30, 2017 11:30pm EDT
kuwait market capital authority. china's central bank unveils a targeted lending plan to -- preserve
Bloomberg
Mar 15, 2014 10:00am EDT
to build other factories around the world. >> right now, four other factories in china are being built up according to the design of our plant here. on the factory side and the product side, we really try to push forward. the commitment until 2018 that will reduce our energy by 25% on all factories. we are convinced that we have to take care of our blue planet. it is really executing responsibility, we feel. ♪ >> we are finding it, we are testing it, we are there as they build it. we are on a quest to show you the most cutting-edge companies on the brink of the future. tonight, we dedicate the entire episode to a brand-new city, built green from the ground up. >> right in the heart of the most oil-rich region in the world. >> who knows energy more than us? >> we will take you inside masdar, a multibillion-dollar experiment in the future of energy. >> it's 300 football fields of solar panels. >> "bloomberg brink." companies that break the mold, conventions, boundaries, and the future of technology, design and industry. ♪ >> rachel, we often sit here and talk about innovative c
Bloomberg
Jul 29, 2017 4:00am EDT
see china? joe: china -- the chinese way is typically sit down and smile. francine: and behind closed doors? joe: and look what happens. today, with the western world, we've not yet fully straightened out what we mean what we say. china says, if they are nervous -- if there is no western lead in global trade anymore, things like that, why don't we do this job for them? we have 1.6 billion people, so we are more than europe and the united states together anyways. why bother? just a couple months ago, i was at the one belt, one road summit and president xi was the keynote speaker. it was his summit. we're going to build a silk road. 65 nations signed up, 100 state leaders. there might be more than the 65, but they are going to bring about $200 billion in finances to build this. he said, you know, the silk road in ancient times has brought peace and trade and all that good stuff, so why not build it again? if you take this one step are there, think about it. 65-100 nations and the rest of the world doesn't know how to deal with global trade and things like that. they are going to
Bloomberg
Mar 30, 2014 8:00am EDT
now. ♪ >> welcome to a "bloomberg west" special, "the baidu billionaire: inside the google of china." i am emily chang. i sit down with the baidu cofounder, robin li, for a rare, exclusive, live interview. we will talk about how he built baidu into china's largest search engine, and the challenges of running a business in a country with censorship. his relationship with tech icons like mark zuckerberg. and what he thinks of apple. but first, here is an introduction to the booming business that is baidu. china is one of the fastest- growing economies and tech indu
Bloomberg
Dec 14, 2013 10:00am EST
the number of sales in china. we will grow in the u.s. we are growing in the u.s. by 30%. we have a large base. we promised the board that cadillac would become a real source of revenue growth and profit generation. >> a major part of the equation to boost cadillac's revenue is a modernized look. i will speak with the company's interior design chief to see how the new look is evolving. >> what is your role? >> i'm the design manager for cadillac. >> you design the things that are inside this car? >> yes, and outside. all of the colors and the material. >> what have you done in the design department that makes this more than my grandfather's cadillac? >> i think a lot of it revolves around color selection and material selection. the quality of the material is far beyond what they have been in the past in terms of really feeling like furniture quality leather. >> why were you not allowed to do that before? >> i do not think it was a matter of not being allowed to. i think it is more like working with the buying base to develop material to the standard. where we feel that luxury qualit
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