like to quickly come back to your question of trust and bring up one fact as an investor and part of the group of my profession with people having our own crystal balls looking into the future having a models and allies in corporations companies how to preserve wealth and purchasing power for decades ahead investors do not. only feel the same price is the new display a new gloom if you look at financial markets bond yields are very low equity valuations are very high so investors a happy company say investing at record levels banks who are recently aware sort of it don't know as. this is the reversion turning out of center turn on equity on tendency of assets so financial markets are doing well so i frankly think that a lot of this trust crisis is more of a political. phenomenon where politicians use record x. addressing their domestic. using the weapon of sanctions as more than retorts i
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does not. consider as a constant basis your path. thank. you. i'm peter lavelle i'm host of parties political discussion program cross talk and we have a very interesting panel here to discuss this issue of trust let me go to fiji period i'm a business so i wouldn't even be witness to a point of view it's clear there is no business we don't trust forest which is important in these various units it is easy to use those or asian economic reson it couldn't be cured for us we won't more integration be the european business meant more integration refuses why and when i don't get it but. i will tell you it's very fit this is seven people cents in russia seventy per cent in seoul quite well renee
seems origin it would make you an she were the president of the free and direct in bismarck to work. that's all ten percent american and the rest. and china is of the. income of investment it's not a lot because we produce it means that the european companies produce produce in russia produced in kazakhstan pretty things are you know that we have company we made it is complaining is are these companies are against of course the russians are asian good if you hundred low but we manage them and we have a program we have got to address as a result or it is of the commission of the original economic union and so so we are here and we don't want to go well it's one of the largest contributor a way they never read that in the new york times or let me go to the front row here that's completely open up everyone here. thank you peter the discussion so far seems to see has avoided the theme from
atlantic to pacific i just want to reset point yeah i want to pick up on this idea of a parallel world of business and transactions and i think that's a very valid a dear things have become different from the cold war times we don't have a classic cold war we have a confrontation between at the top level between the governments and still a lot of contacts a lot of interaction but of meetings and so on between the societies and there's a quota you fisher and it also applies to business because we have a cold war or an appearance of a color but the business still still don't well there is the issue of sanctions. which is extremely important and which actually spoils a bit the specter of a parallel world which is independent of politics i've been speaking to quite a few people in the european union and at the very top level and i say are you against sanctions or yes we are very much against sanctions so please say to the
council of the of the european union say well maybe this is due that will support them when i talk to the italians they say well if the spanish do that we will support them i say come to our sons and i say look but tell it please you i guess the sanctions against russia you have to tell your greece you can afford the orthodox unity but that's only vigils that is a group they can't say no and so medical when she decides what to do in order to keep the unity of the european union central this levy the lead wonderful renew the sanctions every six months without discussing this issue because it will be yet another issue of discord in the european union but the problem is that you know we are sort of seeing which you keep point and we didn't speak about it you say that the people are if you speak with the top political liberal guys you are right and if you speak totally right here but some people say what they see i mean look to them but you know for the business community as a top c.e.o.
of the big group what happened it's easy. in the united states they are legs this they cannot sign nothing because they are blocked and when the not even can go again due to new york or washington united states and their company and system blogs and their legal their legal opinion who does really get opinion our american friends don't want to wait or just easier ms block so we have to stop the extract or unity of zero of the law all of us in europe and i call into a party if not you are blocked that's no way to operate our liason friends or odds are going to be going to point. to sanctions you need more than one country this is their rule of their of the union. but i want to return back to their plans to the pursuing. we have we are all from
europe here and does we have to understand to be to a failed twenty five years ago when we had an opportunity to build a common space but one of the reasons why we failed was because we didn't have a common theme or common goals and now russia and other countries are proposing us a new common goal. building their way to eurasia space including japan including to eventually indonesia we are having a new opportunity we have to think differently and maybe if we go in that direction together we will build the foundation for trust and not building it of course against cheney's because i've been recently to germany i mean we will remember i mean war and some of our june friends i mean let's unite against china are no way i mean let's unite with china. two points to first point is about what you have to say many people in europe have two days of feeling what you bitch ass mentioning
said russia is moving east and less committed to your of western european orientations which would be i believe a shift of paradigm yes and it could be a development which still will be and you'll be in new wake of distinction between mr new europe see e.u. and russia and i believe said we must be very careful if we say said we have a common history set we have common values between russia invest in europe not talking so much about c.e.o. but about risks in europe especially i believe said she should be a point which drink us again since a question of trust and of confidence and you know it's for us is especially as coming from her point of view we have so much common links between russia and germany history literature says terrible valar be grateful for what you have
time for our unification and whatever so we believe said we would not like to keep this up we would like to be close to russia if a remember klaus a statement on here on the same subject five years ago he would have said oh no russia is a completely european and if you couldn't even go east for think it is now you already ambivalent about that whether i mean klaus in five years and there then we were you'll say that let's go together. because you are extremely wise yanks removed the far reaching view of through thirty to no one of the future you germans i know saying that will happen and say we know each as an hour since most in twenty five years and i and i believe really. said what i wanted to say is said we want we must have in europe together with russia
a very clear strategic aryan nation we have to go and i believe see this is even more important after see iran decisions of the united some of. the leaves where we have to lurk and where should we should have as well a new basis of confidence and we should we should bring out says doubts which we have actually about a strategy of russia very important whether. europe will pass the test of iran because everybody says let's keep the deal now america has agreed that european companies will leave iran mostly and the european union will not compensate around the losses of you know if europe is dragged into the u.s. sanctions against iran against its own will then the test will not be passed i think into an additional officers actually like they write i would say to my german friend of the week we can ask who are jumping friends we went to be sure if you go if you want to go more east and west we do everything to put them in the arms of
china and we are lucky that they are not completely in season and of china because right on the best four million year. europe when. the u.n. very ridiculous the u.s. is very easy you know it's the biggest market is a world so for a company is very many around them in the u.s. if there is sanctions when i go when i close everybody across the river to cross us of course all of us as a you see have to weigh your interests if there are more train more investment in your own but you're going to go more in the u.s. so it's very easy let's go to the front row here. well i think that so far you know. there's a very lively discussion and debate i just want to make the following point first of all i think there are. china russia economically quiet
complementary. china has a surplus of capacity in beauty infrastructure maybe well over doing that in china but china is good at doing that. aetiology aside i think china sees that at the precondition for economic development secondly china is taking. protection now extremely seriously because we're overlook that for so many years we are paying the price so russia has competitive advantage of that front. i think central asia is extremely important i don't want to d. and present that but i think central asian hisself won't move the needle when you look at pacific we're looking at europe saw economically i do see the rationale for china russia and germany not to form
a lines but to create more synergy economically this is the chinese leaders perspective precisely because these two french gentleman have been arguing against each other chinese leaders nothing they only take germany seriously your. hate to see this but i believe germany has a strong interest very strong in the west who say to gauge you to drag you through history you do a lot of. set we should come back to a leadership role in europe russia. western orientation we have no interest at all said russia is moving east this is not in our interest but you has it's not have not shows that yes you have to choose yes you can. go we had to make absolute matters ot like nation ukraine that life is not black and white i believe we'll i think there's a man in the white house yes well yes but for. charlie but i believe said we have
to make sure said we are doing a lot of efforts as europeans is specially scenes see the united states irrelevant said we are doing everything to bring says sanction stalin and show you know is my opinion about you because to arizona i think the litmus test is going to be your energy policy b.s. you know what europe's energy is how she's been made in washington d.c. right now yes and. to make that relish as well since it's not black and white you will see said we will find a solution for. alex three to into next couple of weeks i didn't know he said to american serial here guys you hear and knowing say it's an american thrill not to lie gate and say it's a deal so they look for us or ways and means to bring disagreed make between see tonight it states. and you so i believe c.c.c.
is what we have to be aware of but i'm sure said that we have as well as judgments are very strong the looking to see united states said we see that say something changing if it comes to see over all let me say excellent relationship which we always had between germany europe and the united states iran is a critical point yeah a very critical point and you said the united states would take the addition decision against not without but against a european very clear orientation will be sweet somehow fossett makes fauci better future all right we've run out of time i hope you've enjoyed our panel here from the atlantic to the pacific creating a space for trust here at the st petersburg international economic forum thank you for being.
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headlining right now the show doing for donald trump and kim jong un's highly anticipated u.s. north korea summit is revealed as the need to spend time seeing singapore add to the crunch talks on tuesday. as teams from around the world write for the people world cup some news outlets are continuing to push stereo. types within russian football and society two australian filmmakers have been here to try and find some of the hooligans being well documented on t.v. . i could go there and look at the wrong one. hundred nine year old girl is placed in rehab for her addiction to an online game after her parents found distressing changes in her behavior a former hacker under psychologist take you don't. think video games of coke for
now i think in future games have been around for a long long time our children are losing a little bit of the site as to what's real and what's maybe virtual all. this is r.c. international money is called amber a woman to you this monday evening it's now seven pm here in moscow it's midnight in singapore which is where the world's focus is right now as details of what to expect from tuesday's historic summit between the u.s. and north korean leaders are revealed by the white house nine hours from now donald trump and kim jong un will hold a one to one meeting accompanied by only their translators delegations from the two countries will then convene for talks on the working lunch it's hoped the discussions will lay the groundwork for peace on the korean peninsula and as far as washington is concerned it's all going well so far. they are in fact moving quite
rapidly and we anticipate they will come to their logical conclusion even more quickly than we had intercepted for we get but i'm very optimistic that we will have a successful outcome from tomorrow's meeting between these two leaders it's the case in each of those two countries there are only two people that can make decisions of this magnitude in those two people are going to be sitting in a room together tomorrow and it'll be the first ever meeting between a sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader and singapore is stumping up an estimated fifteen million dollars for hosting the one day event and intercepting explains what else makes this so significant. when it comes to the on off summits between the u.s. president and north korean leader it appears trump has a track record of making impromptu decisions and this historic meeting may fall on another swift judgement along will it take to figure out whether or not this as i said maybe in the first minute trumps a level of seriousness is hard to measure so far we've seen insults and threats of
a nuclear war which have suggested anything but progress in the past were career best nor are they getting more interest of the united states. they will be met with far your theory. like the world has never seen a frightened dog barks louder i will surely definitely tame the mentally deranged us daughter and with fire now the stage is set the capella hotel on sentosa island sentosa meaning peace and tranquility perhaps at least the name will rub off on the fire related is when it comes to negotiations is set they shouldn't even enter the meeting room fly the same door this is to avoid perceptions that one into first and is waiting for the other it will all be choreographed through with the president and mr kim each side will try to add some stops to get advantage the question that hold this many decisions is what will choose the menus what will they drink if
trumps a teetotal and then there's the touchy subject of who pays for what during the pay on chang and lympics the south korean government set aside two point six million dollars for hotel meal and transportation expenses for north korea although north korea wouldn't bring cheerleaders this time without question a top priority for both sides the security with the host country measures more stop and search house for place an increase in surveillance cameras and even restricted air space although this probably won't stop the two leaders having their own. curity entourage. will. pull. some three thousand janessa are expected to cover the historic summits in singapore it will be a neutral environment for the two leaders to play nicely by diplomatic protocol if
trump gives it the time something good is going to happen it will happen i think within the first minute i'm not going to waste my time i don't want to waste is to all the leaders have already spent the day in singapore enjoying a bit of down time before the summit gets going kim jong un's been on a late night city tour large crowds turned out to catch a glimpse of the secretive north korean leader who was accompanied by his team of bodyguards they were also joined by singapore's foreign minister and he even took a selfie with the north korean leader of the city's famous gardens by the bay for normal trumbo it's all about the catering prime minister lee hsien long surprise the u.s. president with a cake on monday and his seventy second birthday this coming thursday and it's not just the leaders making the most of it the look alike sort of the bring it up to. wouldn't tell me i'm still looking for the. starving musician somebody like.
me. who says it's going to take on twitter facebook going to join looks like two weeks ago my first job. was to lead. her to be. free. citizen. i. think. if any were all that simple well despite all the positivity surrounding the summit the negotiations ahead could still take several more rounds before they produce any
concrete results here's a reminder of what the two sides hope to gain from tuesday's meeting washington says it wants the complete permanent and verifiable denuclearization of north korea and exchange for that pyongyang is asking that the toughest sanctions imposed on east as well as going to some security guarantees from the korea policy institute thinks a deal will only be reached if the united states is willing to make concessions. there's too many people in washington who see an agreement with north korea as something to be avoided and they prefer to maintain a hostile atmosphere. more than once through. there will be no economic sanctions relief and after north korea have fully denuclearized i think that the total nonstarter kind of approaching the capitulation model again where there's not going to be much offer to north korea but every think expected on that from the north koreans so i'm hoping that the united states is going to take
a more realistic position and realize that if it wants to get. north korean to go but really it's going to have to offer a step by step approach and really really factions as it goes along. national teams from all across the globe arriving in russia for the fifa world cup among the latest arrivals team brazil has touched down in the southern city of sochi and serbia in the western most part of russia kaliningrad both nations get that tournament underway on june the seventeenth brazil will play switzerland in rostov on don and serbia against costa rica will take place in somalia for some though it seems that this world cup is not just about the beautiful game in the run up some media outlets have been focusing on those notorious russian football hooligans and the threat they might pose to anyone coming to russia in the dow follows two australian film makers next as they try and separate fact from fiction brush this time it's going to. tax or
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