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fax, thoughts of cold leaving major clients like china's scrambling for supplies. we'll discuss the impact the world's biggest consumer electronics fair is back. we're in las vegas for a c. s. in the shadow of a pandemic. and your status in term, or we're here about the anger surrounding any you law. effectively bands many inks . this is date of your business on robots in berlin. welcome to the program. is the world's biggest exporter of thermo coal. but indonesia kicked off the year by announcing it was stopping supplies to overseas. the aim is to protect its own dwindling coal stockpile. indonesia, exported to some 400000000 tons. in 2020, it was the biggest overseas supply to china's powerhouse economy. now, 80 percent of the cold, indonesia exported last year. it went to just 5 countries. china actually accounted for almost half of it. india, philippines, malaysia,
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south korea made up the rest. but now and denise, his president, jekka with dodo says, coal mines are coal mines. as well as liquefied natural gas produces and need to prioritize, domestic supply and ensure that energy security at home is in place before exporting. the band was set to reviewed on wednesday, but what has the impact been on china? well that's a question i put to our corresponds in taipei, so tongue ha, or china is increasingly reliant on indonesian thermal cold due to its ongoing trade dispute with australia. in the 1st 11 month last year. it imports increased 54 percent compare with the same period in 2020, and accounted for 74 percent of china's total imports. so we see china's call future surge on the 4th with the countries benchmark power co futures rising as much as 7.8 percent in the 1st trading day and not just the economy for many people in china. the situation reminds them off, the co shortage facing the country. last summer,
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people were unable to work normally, water and electricity were cut off in small areas. elevators was not running, which is the worst for many people. so the worries and fear come back again to wants the government in beijing doing to mitigate those worries. while chinese officials have said that indonesia, coal ban is manageable by urgent domestic minors to boost the production. they believe it will only have a short term impact as electricity consumption is expected to drop significantly during the week alone. chinese new year holiday, which is set to begin on january 31st. but if the been last longer and there is a potential production holt in the lead out to the winter olympics to curb pollution, china's own coal production might not be able to ensure winter energy supplies and could finally lead to a power crisis. it's not just china though, is it indonesia is of course a major regional exposure of thermal coal. so what's been the impact for other
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countries measure of the export ban, endangers asia, economic power houses. china, as we mentioned, india, japan and south korea, which together received 73 percent of indonesian coal export last year. so we see prices for coal in these countries have climbed when it's priced us in. every major market has hit record highs in 2021. and now they expect the band would have limited short term impact when they have their own coal inventory and coal shipments from other countries, including australia and way to see if indonesia will lift the band soon. ok, so some hahn in taipei for us. thank you. now tens of thousands of visitors are expected at c. s 2022 in las vegas as the world's biggest consumer tech show returns the exhibition hall. not everyone on board though. some key companies have decided not to attend to made high corona virus cases in the u. s,
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but organizers say it was crucial to get the event up and running again. the developers built a tiny ventilation system into the air. tight massey fan is operated by a small rechargeable battery. one of the inventors explains to trade visitors. he claims the mosque with its filters, protect against almost all viral and bacterial agents, especially nano and micro particles. it costs $340.00. it's a fantastic tool to fight against the covered crisis. because with this mask, you won't need to do for the vaccination if the, if the 6, depending on all the variance of the virus and all the new viruses that will arrive in the future will be a trade fare in the middle of the micron wave health professionals was that c s could become a super spreader event. the organizers have taken extra measures to prevent this
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putting on a lot of stuff to avoid long lines at reception. visitors must be vaccinated. in addition, everyone has tested the pathways a wider the exhibit is a further apart. yet, despite these measures, many big names are missing. bmw, w, microsoft, t mobile and many others aren't here or have reduced their presence. there are 2200 exhibitors. about half as many as the last c s, which was open to the public video window. but those who are here have made a conscious choice, like rim coffee and bring from the netherlands to transforms glass besides into video streams. video screen. i think there's thought is thought it, it takes a lot of guts anyway. i had a great job. i quit the job. busy i saw so there's a lot of uncertainty and this is on the ground. one of the hey, maybe it's an opportunity. so. busy yeah, and then stop. it will never stop optimism that the industry in the 2nd year of the
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corona virus crisis, can really use well as cross to correspondence at c. s 2022. stephan fema stefan is great. that you could join us on the program. it's taking place into some weird circumstances this year is near with the, the pandemic. what is the atmosphere like they're in las vegas? absolutely. you nailed it. as you can see here, las vegas boulevard, or the so called strip right behind me. or if from the looks of it, nothing ever changes in las vegas on of course everything has changed in las vegas and everything has changed for the c. s. the 1st time since 2020 that this conference is back for tech geeks and tech wizards are, but it is very different. a lot of companies have pulled our big names, microsoft, google, amazon is cetera, but around 2 and a half 100-2300 smaller companies, they're still there. and few big names to like sony and panasonic. and all of those
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are bought the diff, the, the atmosphere is, is quite different to everybody is well aware of the corona virus or a micron threat. here there's a mandatory mask or wearing in, in the c s. in the convention center, there is testing to self tests per day, and of course you have to be absolutely vaccinated to attempt one way or another. so very different circumstances. another unusual context to this because their global supply problems that we're having, particularly the supply of semiconductor chips, is that having an impact on the exhibitors this year? yeah, if you look at it at 1st sight. no, but of course it does. why? because this e. s is all about i o t internet of things is all about computing power because the new things companies present, they need more computing power and that is done with what our viewers know. it, you know, it, i know it's semiconductors and they are a rare, they are in short supply and that is also something people tell us here at the c s
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or they are not only aware of what they have to deal with every day. it's a nightmare for them. it's a nightmare for big companies. small companies specifically. um, but still you have her name's here and video for example, who present new gaming a chips and cart graphic carts and they need conductor so they must have gone into somewhere. otherwise, i wouldn't present a new product. as you mentioned, a lot of big names are filled out is here, like say, amazon, microsoft a matter of facebook's owner? but what can we expect for c s 2022. um, what were the big thing is as i mentioned i o t it's e v the e v crace the electric electric vehicle and this self driving electric vehicle krazer there will or the, the seo of g m will hold the opening address or speech. so to speak,
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to actually start c s off officially in a few hours from now. so it's all about this is all about gaming, of course, is all about new experiences for gamers, for it's augmented reality and virtual reality on a new level or an a higher level. this is what the c s is all about. and of course, this all with a grain of salt to actually keep people safe because there are people out there will say like this is and we'll end up as a super spread event. and of course, organize us. wanna avoid this stuff and siemens in las vegas forest. thank you. a tattoo artists across the european union. say that in crisis or wednesday, an e u wide law kicked in effectively banning many of their most popular ranks. to say it's like taking the flour from a bakery, it's an art that's been practiced for thousands of years in its modern form. tattooing has been around for more than a century. these days,
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brightly colored body art has become almost mainstream. it's estimated that some 12 percent of europeans are inked. europe's tattoo artists are saying that there are, we'll lose a lot of it's vibrancy after today. when the new you rules kick in thousands of chemicals in the coloring, ink will no longer be permitted. that means that most of the inks currently in use and currently on the shelves of tattoo parlors will be prohibited. it's like to to, to take of the florida, the flower to her, to a bakery is the stupidest that generally, if we don't have any, any callers or any work with what we're going to work with. all the european commission claims people's health will be better protected and certain chemicals contained in the through in can both veins or for the human health. so the commission has adopted friction a 3rd and dangerous chemicals which are contained in mixture of the 2 in the european commission said manufacturers and artists have had
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a year since the rules were adopted to prepare for the changes and that alternative new inks exist. but tattoo artists say that because of the corona virus pandemic, the new inks are not widely available. that's a blow to an industry already struggling after repeated locked downs. not knowing who the sub as far as the manufacturers and suppliers are concerned, all of the testing laboratories were slowed down because of the health crisis and all that the labs had to do for the cove at 19 situation, which was of course, the priority. i just wanted, so is sick. we came 2nd, so that the new approved inks are only going to come out of only in the months to come. meanwhile, artists are stuck with stocks of inks that they are no longer allowed to use. many tattoo parlors say that to remain in business, they have no choice but to defy the new laws. and they have their customers firmly
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on their side. just time for a reminder of the top business story we're following for you this our indonesia has been coal exports step to protect its own supply according to president widow. but it threatens the economies that those countries who have been buying it in large quantities, mostly china and india, not so from in the business. same here in berlin from all from us to head over to our website, d, w dot com slash business. there's also plenty of mo, data we, you business content on the data, we use youtube channel and on facebook, if you search for database dr. business to find us that until next time, ah ah, with
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