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Important news for important people
www.dedicatedpress.com Volume 3214 Saturday June 16, 2018
International Business Sports
France and Italy on Friday called on Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of Roger Federer edged closer to dis- Cabo San Lucas
the European Union to set up asylum blood-testing startup Theranos and a placing Rafael Nadal at the top of Sunny
processing centres in Africa to pre- onetime Silicon Valley star, has been the world rankings as he hammered Sunrise: 6:34 AM
vent “voyages of death” by migrants hit with criminal charges accusing her Guido Pella 6-4, 6-4 on Friday at the Sunset: 8:06 PM
across the Mediterranean... P.2 of defrauding investors and... P.3 Stuttgart Cup... P.5 Humidity: 90% 72-76 F

“We have some of the highest detention standards in the world for children” Report
Nearly 2,000 minors split from parents at border in six weeks: US European IS fighters traded
back to terror group
Nearly 2,000 minors were separated Texas, and the government is erect- progressive group Center for Ameri- Western-backed forces in Syria have
from their parents or adult guardians ing tent structures near the border to can Progress, told AFP. released Europeans captured alleged-
who illegally crossed into the United house the increasing number of mi- Hours after Trump’s comments, ly fighting for the Islamic State group
States over a recent six-week period, grant children, including unaccompa- the White House issued a statement back to the jihadists under secret
officials said Friday, as debate raged nied minors, in custody. saying the president had misspoken. deals, according to a British newspa-
over how to end the deeply contro- With the crackdown in full swing, “The president fully supports both per report Friday.
versial practice. the detained parents are “in jail set- the Goodlatte bill and the House The Syrian Democratic Forces
President Donald Trump, facing tings,” the official said, awaiting ad- leadership bill,” according to White (SDF) -- a Kurdish-Arab alliance
mounting anger over his administra- judication and possible prosecution House spokesman Raj Shah. supported by the US -- returned fight-
tion’s “zero tolerance” border secu- for crossing the border. The process The compromise House Republi- ers including French and German cit-
rity policy, repeated he is incensed can take several weeks. can bill reportedly would provide $25 izens in several agreed exchanges so
about the family separations but con- “This administration has made it billion for a border wall, and detail a far this year, according to The Daily
tinued to blame opposition Demo- clear that we are not going to ignore process giving young undocumented Telegraph.
crats for the crisis, which critics say the law any longer,” the official said. immigrants permanent residency and In return, IS has returned an equal
is one of his own making. Meanwhile, congressional Repub- a pathway to citizenship. number of Kurdish prisoners.
And the president signalled the licans have struggled to craft a viable On Twitter, Trump addressed what The SDF has captured numerous
drama could drag on. immigration plan. he specifically wants in new legisla- foreign IS members in recent months
After Trump initially seemed to The Republican-led House of Rep- tion including “full funding for the in Syria, particularly since it captured
say he was not keen on a Republi- resentatives may vote next week on Wall;” an end to a diversity visa lot- the northern city of Raqa from the ji-
can compromise bill that includes two immigration measures -- a hard- tery and certain categories of family- hadists late last year.
a fix to the separation issue as well line bill drafted by House Judiciary based migration; and a shift toward But it has complained that West-
as DACA protections for young mi- chairman Bob Goodlatte, and a com- “merit based immigration” for skilled ern countries are refusing to take re-
grants who arrived illegally as chil- promise measure that limits legal im- workers. sponsibility for the fighters, and that
dren, the White House walked back migration while also ending the fam- He also accused Democrats of it does not have the capacity to hold
his remarks. ily separations. “forcing the breakup of families at them indefinitely.
According to a Department of “I’m looking at both of them,” the border” because they are pushing The Kurdish coalition struck three
Homeland Security spokesman, be- Trump told Fox News. their own “cruel” uncompromising agreements with IS to exchange mili-
tween April 19 and May 31, 1,995 “I certainly wouldn’t sign the more legislative agenda. tants and their families with its own
children were separated from 1,940 moderate one.” Democrats went on the counterat- captured fighters, The Telegraph
adults who were being held by US Trump’s opposition would deal a tack, with top House Democrat Nan- said, citing people with knowledge
border patrol. body blow to efforts to tamp down cy Pelosi calling the Republican pro- of the negotiations and relatives of
Amid an outcry over the deten- the border crisis, which has raised posal “simply unworthy of America.” those detained. The first trade was
tions, the DHS official insisted the alarm among evangelical leaders who Family separation “is an immoral, made in February involving around
minors were held in decent condi- backed Trump’s campaign. horrific policy,” added Senator Di- 200 mostly Chechen and Arab fight-
tions. “The administration shows no sign anne Feinstein, who has introduced ers, but also a number of French and
“We have some of the highest de- of backing down from its policy of legislation to keep immigrant fami- at least one German, it added.
tention standards in the world for separating children from their parents lies together. They were sent by bus from SDF-
children,” he said. despite powerful new condemnation Trump stressed he opposes the sep- run detention centres to areas still
Some 1,500 boys are being held from faith leaders,” Tom Jawetz, vice arations. “I hate the children being held by IS in eastern Syria.
in a former Walmart supermarket in president for immigration policy at taken away,” he said. In April, another 15 fighters and 40
women and children, including Mo-
“Now we don’t believe that they won’t bite us” roccans, as well as French, Belgians
and Dutch, were also exchanged.
Snake-handlers of West Virginia test faith with poison A final swap comprising wives of
The tiny community of Squire, West es into a box and pulls out a three- drinking poison and applying flames IS jihadists then occurred earlier this
Virginia, near a coal mine in the Ap- foot long timber rattlesnake, a test of to themselves is something they are month.
palachian mountains is made up of a faith. commanded to do. However four of the 15 media-
few scattered houses, a car wash, and Swinging the snake over his shoul- They take their scriptural mandate tors involved were later assassinated,
one of the few remaining Pentecostal der he proclaims that God is present, from the Bible’s Gospel of Mark 16: causing the remaining negotiators to
Signs churches. and allows the snake to move around 17-18 ( In my name they will drive pull out of further talks, according
With old fashioned apostolic gos- in his hands, before laying it across out demons; they will speak in new to the report. The SDF are believed
pel music echoing through the small the lap of another worshipper playing tongues; they will pick up snakes to be holding three British prisoners
wooden building, members of the the guitar. with their hands; and when they drink in their territory but they are not be-
congregation dance and spin in a Serpent-handling Christians be- deadly poison, it will not hurt them lieved to have been involved in the
trance as Pastor Chris Wolford reach- lieve taking up snakes, as well as at all). exchanges.

International
Page 2 Saturday June 16, 2018
Under the EU’s Dublin Agreement, which is currently up for review, migrants must apply for asylum in the first EU country they enter
France, Italy push for migrant processing centres in Africa


France and Italy on Friday called on Seehofer, including turning back un-
the European Union to set up asylum documented migrants at the border
processing centres in Africa to pre- and deporting failed asylum seek-
vent “voyages of death” by migrants ers faster. The Aquarius rescue ship
across the Mediterranean, in a crisis at the centre of this week’s row and
that has divided Europe. its accompanying vessels is nearing
At a meeting in Paris President Spain, which agreed to take in the mi-
Emmanuel Macron and Italy’s new grants after Italy and Malta refused it
premier Giuseppe Conte also called permission to dock.
for “profound” changes to the EU’s Italy’s hardline new interior minis-
asylum rules, which put the migrant ter Matteo Salvini said he hoped the
burden on their port of entry to Eu- boat would get “a rousing welcome”
rope -- mainly Italy and Greece. in Spain and called for more “men and
The two leaders were at pains to money” to defend the EU’s frontiers.
put on a united front after a bitter row “We have had enough of being pushed
this week between Macron and the around by others,” said Salvini, who
new populist government in Rome has joined forces with the German
over Italy’s rejection of a rescue boat and Austrian foreign ministers in an
with hundreds of migrants on board. “axis of the willing” against illegal
The clash underscores deep splits immigration. Prime Minister Pedro
in Europe over how to handle the Sanchez of Spain, where the Aquarius
massive influx of migrants from French President Emmanuel Macron welcomes new Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is expected to arrive on Sunday, called
across the Mediterranean in recent ings in flimsy boats. His comments come up with “new initiatives” to re- on Twitter for “a new Europe where
years. In Germany, Chancellor An- were echoed by Macron, who said EU solve the crisis. national egoism does not prevail”.
gela Merkel is embroiled in a show- members should send immigration of- There have been few signs that Under the EU’s Dublin Agreement,
down with the right wing of her gov- ficials “to the other side” of the Medi- European leaders are ready to coordi- which is currently up for review, mi-
erning coalition, which is demanding terranean. The French leader, who nate their policies despite a looming grants must apply for asylum in the
that she immediately ditch her liberal sparked fury in Rome this week by end-of-June deadline to change the first EU country they enter.
migration policy and tighten border accusing Italy of “cynicism and irre- EU’s current asylum rules. The surge in arrivals in the past
controls. sponsibility” for leaving 629 migrants In Berlin, Merkel was fighting three years has fuelled the rise of anti-
Conte called for “European pro- drifting at sea, also called for tighter Friday to save her government, with immigration parties -- like Salvini’s
tection centres” to process asylum controls of the EU’s external borders. her interior minister Horst Seehofer League party -- and split Merkel’s
claims in migrants’ countries of ori- “We cannot take in everybody,” he openly defying her moderate line on ruling conservatives.
gin -- currently mainly Africa -- “be- said, repeating his view that those not migration. Italy’s new government this week
fore their arrival in Europe”. fleeing war should be sent home. An opinion poll by Infratest Di- hit out at Macron for giving “hypo-
“We must prevent these voyages of He said France and Italy should map suggests 62 percent of Germans critical lessons” on migrants and
death,” he said of the perilous cross- team up with Spain and Germany to back the tougher stance favoured by summoned the French ambassador.

“It’s About Time” “We have a country without FARC, which is building peace”
Disco titans Chic boogie all FARC peace deal in limbo as right closes on Colombia presidency
night in return Colombians vote for a new president who will step down in August, said he has the backing of Uribe’s Demo-
ahead of the poll. Making peace with
cratic Center machine, which swept
on Sunday in a milestone election,
Disco-era titans Chic are returning the first since a peace agreement with FARC brought him the Nobel Peace legislative elections in March.
with their first album in more than 25 FARC rebels, which the conservative Prize, though he is leaving office Vehemently opposed to the peace
years, with its songwriter, the produc- frontrunner wants to overhaul. with record unpopularity in a coun- deal, Duque says he would revise it
er extraordinaire Nile Rodgers, set to Forty-one year old Ivan Duque try of 49 million people. Duque is in order to sentence guerrilla leaders
draw an all-star cast. comfortably won the first round with ready to step into the breach, riding guilty of serious crimes to “propor-
The group, now formally called nearly 40 percent of the vote, having on the coat-tails of his popular men- tional penalties.” And he wants to cut
Nile Rodgers & Chic, announced campaigned on a pledge to rewrite the tor, former president and now senator off their access to Congress, enshrined
that it is readying an album appro- 2016 peace agreement signed by out- Alvaro Uribe, whose two-term presi- in the agreement. He has pledged to
priately called “It’s About Time,” going President Juan Manuel Santos. dency from 2002-2010 was marked revive Colombia’s sluggish economy
with a cover featuring two models Gustavo Petro, Duque’s 58-year- by all-out war on the FARC. with business-friendly policies and
that mirrors the original “Chic” al- old opponent in what has come to The latest polls show Duque, a has championed family values. In the
bum from 1977. resemble a referendum on the peace candidate for Uribe’s Democratic campaign’s home stretch, both candi-
“Not only is the cover a reboot of deal, wants to fully implement it. Center party, would beat Petro by be- dates have concentrated on forming
the beginning of Chic, this period “Whoever becomes president, the tween six and 15 points on Sunday. the alliances seen as critical to victory.
feels like a reboot of my life. Mu- biggest challenge will be to adopt a A first-term senator, he has drawn Supporters of centrist ex-Medellin
sic is the most powerful force in my clear position on the peace agreement together a broad coalition of support mayor Sergio Fajardo, who narrowly
life,” the 65-year-old Rodgers wrote because, for the moment, we are in on the right, including conservatives, missed out to Petro in the first round
on Facebook. limbo,” Fabian Acuna, professor of Christian parties, evangelical groups with nearly 24 percent of the vote, will
The group did not immediately re- political science at Colombia’s Jave- and the ultra right. More significantly, weigh heavily on the outcome.
veal a release date or tracklist but of- riana University, told AFP.
fered a preview by performing a first The world’s leading producer of
song, “Boogie All Night,” this week cocaine, the country continues to bat-
on BBC television. tle armed groups vying for control of
Centered on Rodgers’ guitar riffs lucrative narco-trafficking routes in
with a synthesized woodwind coun- areas FARC once dominated.
ter-melody running through it, the Petro, a former guerrilla, is the first
song is driven by an infectious retro leftist to reach a presidential runoff in
funk beat but brings in a fresh cast Colombia, and believes his presence
of contributors -- British soul singer shows the South American country
Nao and Mura Masa, who has been has shed its suspicions of the left,
winning critical acclaim as an elec- tainted by 50 years of conflict.
tronic musician but plays guitar on “We have a country without FARC,
the track. which is building peace,” Santos,

Business
Page 3 Saturday June 16, 2018
“Ms Holmes remains with the company as founder and chair of the board” Wall Street Indexes
Former Theranos biotech star indicted on fraud charges Dow Jones 25,090.48 - 0.34%
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Nasdaq
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S&P 2,779.42 - 0.11%
International Stock Indexes
Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of lead to prison terms up to 20 years executive. A statement by the board Australia 6,094.029 + 1.29%
blood-testing startup Theranos and a and fines up to $250,000 if they are of the California startup said only Frankfurt 13,010.55 - 0.74%
onetime Silicon Valley star, has been convicted. that Holmes “has stepped down Italy 22,190.45 - 1.32%
hit with criminal charges accusing The indictment says the fraud as chief executive officer” and London 7,633.91 - 1.70%
her of defrauding investors and oth- caused hundreds of patients or their that David Taylor, the company’s Madrid 9,851.00 - 1.07%
ers, prosecutors announced Friday. insurers to pay for blood tests and test general counsel, has been appointed Paris 5,501.88 - 0.48%
The Justice Department said a fed- results, sometimes following refer- CEO. Tokyo 22,851.75 + 0.50%
eral grand jury in California indicted rals from their defrauded doctors. “Ms Holmes remains with the Toronto 16,314.42 - 0.09%
Holmes, 34, and Ramesh “Sunny” “In addition, the defendants deliv- company as founder and chair of the Latin-American Stock Indexes
Balwani, 53, who had been president ered to doctors and patients blood re- board,” the statement said. Bogota 1,541.23 - 0.63%
and chief operating officer. sults that were inaccurate, unreliable Holmes was seen for a time as a Buenos Aires 30,207.58 + 0.31%
The indictment claims that Holmes and improperly validated,” according rising star in Silicon Valley, appear- Lima 20,727.58 - 1.44%
and Balwani falsely claimed that they to a statement from Tse’s office. ing at events like the Women In Tech- Mexico 46,938.82 - 0.55%
had developed revolutionary tech- Theranos was founded in 2003 nology and Politics dinner hosted by Panama 477.26 - 0.80%
nology that could quickly provide a by Holmes when she was only 19. Glamour and Facebook, the Vanity Santiago 5,470.32 - 0.98%
range of clinical tests from a small She became a media darling, attract- Fair New Establishment Summit and Sao Paulo 70,757.73 - 0.93%
drop of blood. ing millions of dollars in investment events hosted by the Wall Street Jour- Venezuela 53,459.430 + 8.19%
“Today’s indictment alleges that based on claims of innovative tech- nal and TechCrunch. Most Active Stocks
through their company, Theranos, nology. She and Balwani pitched a tale in 3D Systems Corp 14.29 - 1.24%
CEO Elizabeth Holmes and COO But Theranos came under scrutiny investor presentations, product dem- 3M Co 204.97 + 0.66%
Sunny Balwani not only defrauded after The Wall Street Journal pub- onstrations and media articles about Alcoa 45.34 - 5.23%
investors, but also consumers who lished articles questioning its claims. the startup’s key product -- a portable Amex 98.52 - 1.24%
trusted and relied upon their alleged- In March, US securities regulators blood analyzer -- which they claimed AT&T 33.15 + 1.94%
ly-revolutionary blood-testing tech- accused the youthful entrepreneur of could revolutionize the industry by B. of America 29.28 - 0.75%
nology,” acting US Attorney Alex an “elaborate, years-long fraud.” inexpensively conducting compre- Boeing 357.88 - 1.25%
Tse said in a statement. The wire Theranos said separately that hensive tests from drops of blood Caterpillar 150.02 - 2.04%
fraud and conspiracy charges could Holmes has been replaced as chief from fingers. Chevron 124.04 - 1.95%
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The reshuffle was announced after Dujovne held a crisis meeting with Macri
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fidence back into its beleaguered cur- government would aim to restore sta- to finance the budget and “the other H.P. 23.59 - 0.88%
rency and calm markets on Friday bility on the foreign exchange mar- $7.5 billion will go to strengthen the Home Depot 200.54 + 0.44%
after the peso plunged more than 6.0 kets with some of the first tranche of reserves of the Central Bank,” Dujo- IBM 145.39 + 0.13%
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“We must start off with urgent measures to rule out the threats and consolidate the building”
Glimmer of hope for Romania’s faded architectural gems
In a spa town nestled near Romania’s official apathy and unhappy privati- According to local legend, a tired tivists accuse of having made huge
border with Bulgaria and Serbia, sation. Hercules, the Roman hero, once profits by pulling them down and
Oana Chirila puts on her hard hat and “We must start off with urgent came to the valley, where he enjoyed building glass and steel high-rises in-
gets down to work with a dozen other measures to rule out the threats and a bathe and a rest, hence the resort’s stead, often with the approval of local
young architects to try to save their consolidate the building,” says stu- name. A big bronze statue of him authorities.
country’s heritage. dent architect Chirila, who hopes stands in the centre. “It’s a tactic of real estate develop-
Some of the precious architectural local authorities will help raise the Neglected during the communist ers -- let monuments go to rack and
gems they are striving to restore bore 100,000 euros ($118,000) required era, thousands of architectural gems ruin in order to intervene afterwards,”
witness to centuries of Romanian for the first tranche of restoration. all over Romania have fallen prey to Maria Berza, an expert in cultural
history and the crowned heads who Described by the Austrian Emper- real estate developers, who local ac- policy, said.
ruled it through the ages. or Franz Joseph I as “Europe’s most
Yet their sheer longevity has left beautiful spa resort”, Herculane was
many needing more than just a little already a favourite spot of the Ro- Foreign Exchange
tender loving care, which Chirila and mans, who were fans of the “miracu-
her team have resolved to supply as lous” benefits of its thermal mineral EURO USA CAN UK AUS SWISS H.KONG JAP
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“We will immediately launch tax measures of equal scale and equal strength” Featuring futuristic
China imposes equal tariffs on US imports in retaliation Casino designed by Zaha
China Friday swiftly retaliated by nounced tariffs of 25 percent on $50 people’s interests,” it said. Trump’s Hadid opens in Macau
imposing “equal” tariffs on US prod- billion of Chinese imports, making announcement capped months of
ucts following a decision by Donald good on a pledge to punish the alleged sometimes fraught shuttle diplomacy A flamboyant new casino designed
Trump to slap duties on $50 billion of theft of US intellectual property. between Washington and Beijing, in by Zaha Hadid opened its doors in
Chinese products. In a statement, he warned of “ad- which Chinese offers failed to as- Macau on Friday, featuring futuristic
“We will immediately launch tax ditional tariffs” should China hit back suage Trump’s grievances over the curves and skeletal steel structures
measures of equal scale and equal with tit-for-tat duties on American soaring US-China trade imbalance. characteristic of the acclaimed late
strength,” the commerce ministry goods and services exports. US Trade Representative Robert architect.
said in a statement on its website “Launching a trade war does not Lighthizer said Friday the United States Rows of exposed elevators glide up
which also called on other countries accord with global interests,” the would begin collecting duties on 818 and down the imposing lobby inside
to “take collective action” against this Chinese commerce ministry said. Chinese imports valued at $34 billion the $1.1-billion “Morpheus” resort, a
“outdated and backwards behaviour”. “China definitely does not want a as of July 6. A second tranche of 284 42-storey addition to Macau’s glitzy
China would also cancel agree- trade war, but in the face of the US’s goods valued at $16 billion -- which skyline named after the Greek god of
ments it had reached with the US malicious, harmful and shortsighted would bring the total to $50 billion -- dreams and developed by Melco In-
during previous discussions over the conduct, China has to impose power- will undergo an additional process of ternational.
penalties, it said. The statement was ful countermeasures and resolutely review and public comment, accord- Iraqi-British Hadid, who died in
issued after the US president an- defend the national interest and the ing to the trade representative’s office. 2016, was the first woman to win the
prestigious Pritzker Prize for archi-
“And these profits should be shared with the people who make them happen” tecture. Her major works in China in-
cluded the Guangzhou Opera House
Disneyland California employees demand living wage and a mega mall in Beijing.
Disneyland workers descended on that workers should not be forced to that amounted to nothing more For her first Macau project, fin-
the entertainment giant’s US corpo- “sleep in their cars.” than “political grandstanding,” and ished posthumously, two tower
rate headquarters on Friday to hand The company has offered 9,500 of warned that such an increase would blocks were merged using curva-
over a petition with over 120,000 its 30,000 employees -- whom it says have “severe, unintended negative ceous bridges to create “voids” and
signatures demanding a living wage, already earn above the $11 minimum consequences.” allow as much light in as possible,
organizers said. hourly rate -- a phased 36 percent in- The park is supported by a coali- Viviana Muscettola of Zaha Hadid
The small delegation in Burbank, crease that would see their rate rise tion of local business, labor and Architects told AFP. Describing the
near Los Angeles, were representing to $15 by 2020. That benchmark isn’t community leaders who describe the design as a “jump into the unknown”,
“hundreds,” according to the union, due to be set as the minimum wage measure as a “job killer.” Muscettola said the exterior ribbons
who had protested a day earlier at until 2022, meaning Disneyland is The Walt Disney Company’s latest of steel hold up the building and free
the amusement park in Anaheim, 40 two years ahead of the law. quarterly results showed an on-year up space inside by minimising the
miles (65 kilometers) southeast. Union activists argue that leap in profits of 23 percent, thanks in need for vertical columns.
“Disney’s profits do not magically most Disneyland employees struggle large part to the good financial health Melco’s chairman Lawrence Ho
appear -- they’re gained by the em- from paycheck to paycheck, and have of its amusement parks. told AFP he had “wanted to find the
ployees who work hard to ensure that persuaded city councillors to con- A study published by Los Angeles- most iconic architect that can do
visitors have a joyful experience,” the sider placing a pay increase on the based liberal arts school Occidental something just insane” before the
petition reads. November mid-term election ballot. College earlier this year stated that project started in 2013.
“And these profits should be shared The measure would require Dis- one in 10 Disneyland employees Semi-autonomous Macau is the
with the people who make them hap- neyland and other Anaheim com- were homeless and that most could only place in China where gambling
pen.” panies benefiting from local gov- not afford three meals a day. is legal, bringing in revenue that eas-
The petition says Disney is get- ernment subsidies to pay workers Disneyland dismisses the survey as ily dwarves Las Vegas.
ting a $1.5 billion a year windfall at least $15 an hour by January 1, unscientific, inaccurate and political- The resort’s opening comes as the
from Republican President Donald rising to $18 by 2022. Disneyland ly motivated, saying only 16 percent enclave is undergoing something of
Trump’s tax cuts and complains called the demand a “blatant stunt” of the workforce responded. a renaissance, with gaming revenues
bouncing back after being hard hit by
“President Trump is fixated with tariffs, which he believes he can wield freely” a corruption crackdown launched by
China’s President Xi Jinping in 2012.
Boeing, others assessing impact of US-China tariffs While the big spenders have re-
US trade groups and some large com- the Trump administration for drop- ers, which have targeted China as a turned to the territory -- high-rollers
panies such as Boeing said Friday ping an earlier plan to place levies on growth market. were Macau’s biggest drivers of rev-
they were beginning to evaluate how key equipment and machinery used by Ford on Friday reported a dip in enue growth in 2017, according to
new tariffs in the US-China trade spat the industry, said China’s retaliatory May sales in China but said it had re- Bloomberg News -- analysts say the
could affect their operations. measures could harm American farm- cently implemented a price cut on im- mass market is also behind growth
“We are assessing the impact these ers and textile manufacturers and add ported Ford cars and Lincoln vehicles seen so far this month. Extravagant
tariffs and any reciprocal action costs to the industry’s supply chain. following a cut in tariffs. Ford has duplex villas with their own in-room
could have on our supply chain and “President Trump is fixated with sold 338,386 cars thus far in China in gym and massage quarters are locat-
commercial business,” said Boeing tariffs, which he believes he can 2018, about one-third the number in ed on the top floors of Morpheus for
spokesman Charles Bickers. wield freely; but there are grave con- the US. VIPs, along with a gaming area ex-
The comments came in response sequences to the use of tariffs,” said “We continue to encourage both clusively for these residents.
to news that President Donald Trump AAFA president Rick Helfenbein. governments to work together There is also a rooftop pool, while
would impose 25 percent tariffs on “Congress needs to step in now to through negotiation to resolve issues two restaurants by Alain Ducasse,
tens of billions in Chinese imports, end this dangerous obsession.” between these two important econo- one of the chefs awarded the most
sparking immediate retaliation from “The tariffs imposed on products mies,” a Ford spokesman said. Michelin stars, are part of efforts to
Beijing. imported by American businesses Friday’s announcements cap court luxury-seeking crowds.
Boeing garnered about 12.8 per- -- and the resulting retaliatory tariffs months of sometimes fraught shuttle Revenues slid after Xi declared his
cent of its 2017 revenues from China against exports made by American diplomacy between Washington and war on graft with many mainland big
and is frequently seen as among the manufacturers and farmers -- amount Beijing, in which Chinese offers to spenders staying away from Macau,
more vulnerable US multinationals to to a huge ‘Trump Tax’ on American purchase more US goods failed to which had gained a reputation as a
an all-out trade war. workers, American consumers, and assuage Trump’s grievances over centre for laundering illicit money
“We will continue to engage with the American economy,” Helfenbein the soaring trade imbalance and the out of China.
leaders in both countries to urge a said. country’s industrial development In response to the crackdown casi-
productive dialogue to resolve trade Other trade groups opposing the policies. no giants launched a slew of new me-
differences, highlighting the mutual US tariffs included the Business Eurasia Group analysts said the ga-resorts, offering everything from
economic benefits of a strong and Roundtable and the US Chamber of latest maneuvers meant there was “a theme parks to luxury spas as they
prosperous aerospace industry,” Bick- Commerce. substantial risk of escalation and a looked to attract more mass-market
ers added. The American Apparel & Among those expected to be hit more prolonged dispute” that could gamblers to compensate for the fall in
Footwear Association, while praising by bruising tariffs are US automak- last well into the fall. high-rollers.

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“I didn’t think of number one during the match today, I was focused on the task at hand”
Kyrgios stands in Federer’s path to No.1 in Stuttgart


Roger Federer edged closer to dis- “Today was fun, I played better
placing Rafael Nadal at the top of than the first match,” Kyrgios said.
the world rankings as he hammered “It will be exciting to play Roger --
Guido Pella 6-4, 6-4 on Friday at the for both of us.”
Stuttgart Cup. At the bottom of the draw, Milos
Top seed Federer needs to win on Raonic reached his second semi-
Saturday against Australian fourth final of the season to set up a clash
seed Nick Kyrgios, who put out with defending champion Lucas
2017 finalist Feliciano Lopez 6-4, Pouille.
3-6, 6-3, if the Swiss is to return to Raonic used his big-serving game
the No.1 spot for the second time to dominate a pair of tiebreakers in a
this season. 7-6 (7/2), 7-6 (7/1) defeat of Tomas
“I didn’t think of number one dur- Berdych.
ing the match today, I was focused on “I got fortunate in the tiebreak-
the task at hand,” said Federer. ers,” the 27-year-old Canadian
“But when you play for number seventh seed said after reaching his
one (next match) I’m sure it will be in first semi since Indian Wells last
the back of my head.” March.
The quarter-final victory in 55 The often-injured Raonic said that
minutes, which ended on a backhand, when he’s healthy, he likes his game;
featured two breaks of serve for the he played just six matches from the
Swiss, who executed well in his sec- Australia’s Nick Kyrgios returns the ball to Spain’s Feliciano Lopez (Photo AFP) end of Wimbledon last summer until
ond match in three months after skip- ness work was the major part of his out in an opening match a year ago to the start of 2018.
ping the clay season and last playing preparation after his absence from the close friend Tommy Haas. “I can play well when my body
in March. clay court campaign. The 36-year-old won his 19th allows. I wasn’t ready for Australia
“I was in good control through- “We used to have a shorter turn- match from 21 played this season as (last January). But now that I’m back
out,” added Federer. around from clay to grass. Now we his Wimbledon buildup continues on I’m playing well,” said the player
“I served well and didn’t give him have many weeks to get ready (three track. now coached by former great Goran
too many chances to get into my ser- weeks between the end of the French At the All England club next Ivanisevic.
vice games. Open and start of Wimbledon). month, the 20-time Grand Slam Raonic has beaten Pouille in both
“I thought I was able to stay ag- “I was lucky to be able to get a few champion will be seeking a ninth title of their previous matches, both
gressive, and cut down the length of days on the grass before here, that at the grass-court major. played in January, 2016, in Australia.
the points, which I wanted to do.” was helpful.” Kyrgios turned in a much more The French second seed overcame
Federer said that he was able to Federer is aiming for a first title relaxed performance against Spain’s a nervous second-set to reach the
train briefly on the grass court of a in Stuttgart after losing in the 2016 Lopez, admitting he even had fun on semis 6-4, 6-7 (5/7), 6-3 victory over
friend in Switzerland but said that fit- semis to Dominic Thiem and going court. Uzbek Denis Istomin.

“Oleg is starving” Ronaldo opened the scoring in the fourth minute
Ukraine official denied access to hunger-striker in Russian jail Ronaldo scores hat-trick against Spain as World Cup lifts off
Kiev protested to Moscow on Friday The two leaders then agreed that Cristiano Ronaldo scored a magnifi- keeper David de Gea failed to make
after a Ukrainian rights official was Kiev and Moscow’s ombudsmen cent hat-trick on Friday to rescue a a routine save.
barred from visiting hunger-striking would visit their two countries’ pris- point for Portugal against Spain in Both times Atletico Madrid’s Cos-
filmmaker Oleg Sentsov in a Russian oners. Ukraine’s ombudsman Lyud- the dying minutes as the World Cup ta equalised and Spain took the lead
prison amid growing concerns for his myla Denisova said she went straight in Russia caught alight. through Nacho in the 58th minute,
life. to Labytnangi because Sentsov was Ronaldo’s 51st career hat-trick in who struck the ball sweetly past Por-
The 41-year-old director has re- Kiev’s top priority due to his deterio- the 3-3 draw cancelled out two goals tugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio.
fused food since May 14 to demand rating health. But Russian prison of- from Diego Costa and a strike from Spain appeared to be in control in
Moscow release all Ukrainian politi- ficials told her she could not see the Nacho just as Spain looked like put- the closing stages but when Ronaldo
cal prisoners, timing his high-profile filmmaker, she said. ting their chaotic week behind them was awarded a free kick on the edge
protest to coincide with the month- “According to some accounts, he is with a morale-boosting win. of the area the stadium held its breath.
long World Cup in Russia. in critical condition,” Denisova said Elsewhere on day two of the tour- The Real Madrid man took his
As the football extravaganza thrust in a statement, adding that talks with nament in Russia, Egypt left out time lining up the shot before deliver-
Moscow to the forefront of global Moscow “have reached deadlock”. Mohamed Salah and suffered a gut- ing emphatically, curling the ball past
attention, calls are multiplying to let Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Pes- wrenching 1-0 defeat in the final min- the despairing dive of De Gea.
Sentsov go, with US author Stephen kov could not say Friday why the utes to Uruguay, while Iran snatched “I am very happy, it’s a nice per-
King joining in. Ukrainian official was not allowed a last-gasp win against Morocco sonal record to have, one more in my
The Ukrainian foreign ministry to visit Sentsov, but he stressed that courtesy of an own goal. career,” said Ronaldo after becom-
accused Russia of “insidious steps” the filmmaker was convicted of a But the unquestioned match of the ing only the fourth player in history
after Kiev’s top rights official arrived grave crime. A vocal Kremlin critic, day came in Sochi, where Ronaldo to score in four consecutive World
at Sentsov’s high-security prison in Sentsov was detained in Crimea in stamped his brilliance on the Group Cups. “For me the most important
the town of Labytnangi on the Arctic 2014 after Russia annexed the penin- B clash between Portugal and a Spain thing is to emphasise what the team
Yamal peninsula, but was denied ac- sula from Ukraine. side aiming to bounce back from the did against one of the favourites
cess to him. Supporters say Moscow wanted to shock sacking of coach Julen Lopete- to win this World Cup.” In the first
“Oleg is starving,” Ukrainian for- make an example of him with a 20- gui this week. match of the day Urugyuan defender
eign ministry spokeswoman Mariana year prison sentence on charges of Lopetegui’s hastily-appointed suc- Jose Gimenez headed in an 89th-
Betsa said on Twitter. “We are pro- masterminding arson attacks, which cessor, Fernando Hierro, watched minute match winner as the South
testing.” the filmmaker denies. from the sidelines as his team edged Americans defeated an Egyptian side
Last week Russian President Vlad- Moscow’s top rights official Taty- ahead 3-2 in the second half after sorely missing star player Salah in
imir Putin and Ukrainian leader Petro ana Moskalkova told the state news twice battling back from behind. Yekaterinburg. Uruguay’s last-gasp
Poroshenko discussed a possible ex- agency TASS that Denisova had vio- Ronaldo opened the scoring in the victory leaves them and Russia in
change of prisoners, raising hopes lated Russian legislation by demand- fourth minute from a penalty that he early control in Group A after the
that Sentsov and others could be re- ing access to a citizen of Russia and himself won and struck again on the hosts thrashed Saudi Arabia 5-0 in
leased during the World Cup. not Ukraine. cusp of half-time when Spain goal- the tournament opener on Thursday.
Today play: France Australia Argentina Iceland Peru Denmark Croatia Nigeria

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