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it was around the world to talk about how to unclog how congested cities with the china's new silk road will help. and good facilities it's their business u.s. officials are still waiting to see boeing's fix for the automated systems blamed in the max a crashes aviation administration says it'll take as long as it takes to get it right international regulators a meeting of the united states american carriers look ready to get the jack jet back in the skies changeling flights for august. the boeing 737 max will remain on the tarmac until the regulator is convinced the aircraft is safe the 737 max was grounded following the ethiopian airlines crash in march just months after a similar liner disaster in indonesia in all 346 people were killed. the f.a.a. is meeting over 30 international air regulators including china the e.u. brazil and canada to discuss a software fix
a new pilot training. both crashes were blamed on faulty technology boeing says it has upgraded the software to make it safe the f.a.a. is still waiting for boeing to formally submit the patch for approval. financial pressure on boeing is growing global airlines who bought the fuel efficient long range aircraft had to cancel flights and scramble to find replacements on routes flown by the 737 max air china and other carriers are demanding substantial compensation. ellen humphrey is standing by for us in our washington studios following this story helena how's the pressure from china being such a huge market scene there way you up. i think the reality of the situation ben is that the f.a.a. and boeing might not like it but that is the reality of the situation china is the walls largest aviation market despite the fact that at the moment it's not building
its own plane so boeing really does need to get a handle on this because china is looking to make its own airplanes in the future so if it doesn't of course then it will really risk missing out as china tries to wean itself off the likes of boeing as it tries to wean itself off the likes of us as well and of course not only have these chinese carry is sort compensation they also want compensation for the missed a livery all of these jets remember that the max jets in china comprise around a quarter of boeing's delivery wild white and also don't forget the chinese aviation authority was one of the 1st to ground this model of plane so it could be in the future that people look to china's aviation authority as well for expertise there as well so there is a lot at stake eleanor it was really interesting to see that move made by the chinese and how quick they were to do that and as a journalist watching hour by hour who was next it was actually days though until
the u.s. authorities made a move a regulator is going to get flak for that at that meeting. i think you can be pretty sure ben that that meeting today the u.s. f.a.a. will definitely be in the hot seat it's being attended by so many regulators as well as the u.n. civil aviation all thora t m a used to be a case that you know whatever the f.a.a. did other countries would now follow it no longer really appears to be the gold standard you know when this whole case also exposed some pretty worrisome self certification process as well for software from boeing and certainly the f.a.a. was castigated by lawmakers last week what i would say is you've also got to look at where the pressure is coming and from whom and these crashes certainly exposed the close relationship between the u.s. president donald trump and boeing executives here in washington d.c. it is a massive lobby here in the capital now though certainly
a more cautious tone from the f.a.a. saying it will take as long as it takes to see these planes back up in the air and when i am free thank you very much for your insight from washington. well it's a bad case of the deutsche bank blues the boss of germany's biggest lender has tried to appease him best is it today's annual general meeting promising even tougher cuts some shareholders are trying to spark a boardroom revolt which might share prices continue to fall since last year the group just doesn't make enough money legal troubles sacking the lender in their own money laundering allegations as well as its questionable ties to donald trump's business ventures i would even go to it's failed merger with comments funk which is also struggling by the way and is dealing with serious i.t. favors it monitoring payments from key customers the list goes on let's have a listen in to what investors say. i don't see that. coming up.
is always. the receipts used for that and i think. she would take a seat and step down from his position and. we actually hope that the share price is going to rise again but i just sent a what's up to my family and friends saying that we cannot do anything i'm afraid shares will continue to fall money is gone. here are some other stories making business news from around the world china has warned the u.s. must show of sincerity if trade talks are to continue the comet's ministry says beijing will not yield on its main principles goshi asians between the world's top 2 economies collapsed in march with president donald trump hiking tariffs on chinese imports. japan's panasonic plans to suspend the sale of certain components to faraway that's the chinese telecoms giant banned by the u.s.
over its alleged spying capabilities some japanese mobile operators have suspended the launch of you away smartphone apps. and boys of color is going to say it could be a year before the x. nuisance. amand goes on trial he's appeared in a japanese court for a preliminary hearing on financial misconduct charges insists he's innocent he's requested to see his wife forbidden under his belt terms. transport ministers and industry leaders from around the world of meeting in the german city of leipsic to discuss the future of mobility and looking for solutions to emerging pressures on the safe among them rapid urbanization at present just over half of us live in cities by 2050 about 2 thirds of us will that will require infrastructure to accommodate everyone and with public transport still lacking in many areas the number of cars and trucks is expected to double in 30 years they'll be 2000000000
vehicles on the roads making about environmental problem worse the transport industry accounts for a quarter of c o 2 emissions experts say policies have to change well china's new silk road could be a green solution in getting goods off roads and dogs who braille but it's also a geo political hot potato i reporter kate ferguson is at the international transport form in leipsic kate just tell us how this belton road initiative 1st of all is being viewed day. full of belgian road initiative is front and center here in life and no matter how you feel about china's growing economic dominance there's no denying that this project is going to be a major boost for the transport industry the scale it's breathtaking $65.00 countries are already involved many more are likely to cooperate in the future what we're going to see is transport corridor or spanning continents both over land and
oversee so no matter how you feel about it it's a major issue here in life and some journalists here have heard that it could be behind building a planned rail link between north and south korea. well before i tell you about my quest to find out if this is true just a tiny bit of background north and south korea did actually participate in a grant breaking ceremony last year for a rail network between the 2 countries but there's been no construction so far because of international sanctions against north korea but i wanted to find out whether it's china has any plans to be a different arctic region this so the 1st thing i did was go to the chinese exhibitors santeria there were 3 people at it sitting at a 4 person table i took the empty seats at the 3 people looked at their knees as soon as they are so many questions they told me that the chinese transport minister was going to be holding a press conference later on and i had direct my questions at him so in the meantime i went to talk to some site korean exhibitors and i asked them if they had heard
anything about china being involved in a rail network between the 2 koreas they said they hadn't heard anything about that but to quote one of the men i spoke to he said i'm not really into the idea of reunification but a rail network would be pretty awesome sideways a little while until the press conference took place chorus i was ready with my questions and they only had time for a few i had my hand off in the air and luckily i got to ask a last question and what the transport minister lee told me is that china does not have any plans at the moment to be involved in a project or rail project between north and south korea because if either of those countries ask china for help and in terms of infrastructure china would not deny them as long as they were acting within international law so a reference there to the sanctions that are in place a ferguson doing the rounds of the international transport forum like to see.
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