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Here at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Julie Stackhouse: Good evening, everyone. Welcome to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis I'm a senior vice president. Louis. I hope that doesn't happen. I am Julie Stackhouse. We try to be very good about that and hopefully we'll be right on time at 8, which means we may end up cutting off some questions. I hope each of you has a chance to ask questions that are on your mind. So it is 6:30. Louis for 13 years. I'll just kind of go on that for another day I guess but it's a great job. It's been a real privilege to be here at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. I run the banking supervision, the discount window, and some other stuff. But let me first introduce myself. We're right on time.
After a poor display in the second game of the series at home, the Bruins bounced back on the road and completely outplayed the Blues. They took 24 shots and won six faceoffs more than the Blues (30-24). The Boston Bruins (63-28-11) thrashed off the Blues 7-2 in Game 3 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final to take a 2-1 lead in the series while sending a strong message to their rivals. They stormed the front to win the 1st period 3-0, and after a 5-1 lead at the end of the 2nd period, it was clear the Bruins will grab a victory. The Bruins converted all their four power-play opportunities and are just one goal away from tying their franchise record with 24 power-play goals in the postseason.
But fortunately, China has already finished that stage. If that labor's not there you cannot hope to finish that process. OK, so China has to find a way to overcome that. That means China has to upgrade its technology faster than it normally would be. China's in the state of second industrial revolution, so therefore China should be able to find a way to address that problem. And when you are in the process of industrialization, especially in the first, second phase, you rely on cheap labor to produce labor-intensive goods.
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OK, now look at U.S. And around 1820 to 1860, you know, around the year of the Civil War, U.S. Before 1820, even before United States became a unified nation, U.S. has finished first Industrial Revolution and also finished second Industrial Revolution, U.K. adopted universal suffrage. finished first Industrial Revolution. has already started, had already started proto-industrialization. By 1928, long after U.K. OK, and during that time, lots of tiny small firms and the long-distance trade were set up in the rural areas, not in the commercial cities, not in Boston, not in Philadelphia, OK?
OK, so natural resources seems not to be the necessary condition. And during the Republic of China was full-fledged private-property rights, OK. So Communism took power around 1949. So, but on the other hand, many other nations are very rich in natural resources. During Communism yes, there was no free market. Capitalism is not the way to go because capitalism generated all the poverty in China, inequality. Even though China is very poor in terms of natural endowment, but that's not the reason. So that's the year of 1978, after the death of Mao, and Deng Xiaoping took power. So why did China fail in previous three attempts at industrialization? But it was the lack of democracy under Communism, yes, but not during the era of the Republic of China. But not true during the late Qing dynasty and during the Republic of China. And because China remained in poverty after almost 100 years of two attempts, failed attempts, at industrialization, the Communism took power, said, "It's my turn. But again 30 years later China still remained very poor. Private property rights during the Qing dynasty was even better than it was in Europe, OK. We have to do something else in order to industrialize China. Well, is it the lack of free market? A few people or the elite class get rich. But the majority people still live in poverty." So the Communists say that's not the way to go. Historians have consent on that. You have all done things wrong. There are many nations successfully industrialized without very much natural resources, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan, OK. And so it's not the lack of free market per se or private property rights. They could not industrialize, such as Middle East countries or even Latin American countries. And it's also not lack of natural resources.
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Today, it seems the one-child policy is no longer binding so that means even if you relax it, no more people don't want to have a second child because of the cost of raising children is already so high. No. Now there are several questions. China, I think two days ago, just had adopted a new policy, relaxed the constraint, the restriction from one child to two children. 1, was the one-child policy necessary? And many international news medias was to welcome that change. With respect to the one-child policy, is a lot of conflicting views.
OK, for example, the Flanders and the Belgian, they had equally flourishing proto-industries but they failed industrialization because they did not have a strong government to guide them to create a market for them. Look at what happened in Libya and in Afghanistan. 1, is that you look at the European industrial powers since the Renaissance, since the 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th century, look at U.S. or Japan. had the so-called Glorious Revolution, which gives the parliament the monarchy, government took all the power. On the other hand what we do not pay attention to is that the freedom is insured by a huge amount or high degree of government regulation. How can they control 1.3 billion population? Very powerful British government and that's precisely why this level of state of capacity. we see lots of freedom, very high degree of freedom. You go to China, police may have no gun. is most highly regulated nation in the world. No. So on one hand, in the U.S. They all more or less went through a period, as I mentioned earlier, of a strong government. But U.K., the first nation to start Industrial Revolution, not other nations. Even if U.K. But having one mafia is better than having multiple mafias. But that does not mean the combined government has really the power. And U.S. And so you have in order to ensure that you have freedom you must have the capacity, what people call state capacity, to ensure you can reduce or mitigate those evil forces. Yi Wen: Yeah, I think the way China's government manages their economy is indeed on one hand kind of unfitting to today's world style. Otherwise, mafias are going to run the show. OK, although many government they were originally the mafia. And so during the development stages, you need to have a strong government. But I want to make two points, OK, on that. And the government, look at our police force is semi-militarized. government has been very powerful in history, even today. U.S.
Well take them, Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said. The St. The Cardinals are 22-16, not including Fridays game, and are just 1.5 games behind the first place Cubs. Michael Wacha improved to 3-0, giving up 4 runs in 5.2 innings. They pounded out 16 hits but surprisingly, given the amount of runs they scored, none of them were home runs. But when were at our best is when were doing damage in a lot of different ways and using all our skills and playing the game based on situations. They blasted the Pirates 17-4 and jumped all over Pirates starter Joe Musgrave early. That was [evidenced] tonight. Dexter Fowler and Paul Goldschmidt each went 2 for 5 with 3 RBIs while Kolten Wong went 2 for 5 with 2 RBIs. Yadier Molina went 3 for 4 with 2 RBIs, while Marcell Ozuna went 1 for 4 with 4 RBIs. Homers are nice. Louis Cardinals had their best offensive output of the 2019 season Thursday against the Pirates.
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I'm not going to judge whether that's morally right or wrong. I have to emphasize that, all costs. First of all, the first attempt China did it in a very humble, gradualist, experimental approach, because China or the Chinese leader thought we could no longer afford not to succeed this time. So maintain political stability at all costs. So what has China done differently this time, the fourth attempt at industrialization? And Russia collapsed. OK, based on that we can throw some theory. So this time we're going to take the existing political institutions as given. OK, if any nation want to come to China to do regime change, no way, OK. And China said "No, don't come here. We have had enough revolutions so now they lost two industrializations. OK, we'll manipulate it our own way." So first important feature for that, for China's fourth attempt, is to maintain political stability. So they said, "It's enough. Well, before I give you a synthesized theory, let me just describe some basic facts. OK, we have to succeed and we have failed three times before. Russia accepted a bunch of MIT, Harvard economists, you know, the hyper economists, and to guide them, to tell them how to reform. I'm just describing the fact, OK? So that's essentially at all cost. And so no more revolutions. So they want to approach gradually and they wisely refused all the lectures and theories from the West, unlike Russia.
For example, the gun powder, the compass, the paper-making technology and printing technology, all of that were essential for the rise of the West and for Western civilization, OK? And therefore it's only a matter of time for China to reclaim its historical glory. We all know that China had been one of the richest nations in the world and one of the greatest civilizations. China has had many great inventions in the ancient time, we all know. And whenever China wakes up China will become strong, like what Napoleon once said. So therefore in that view, China will rise for sure. And on the other side, on the other polar, there's the other view which essentially sees China's rise simply as a natural or destined return to its historical position. It's just a matter of time.
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And they're like, well India probably was preeminent, and I saw your graph when you were doing the early parts. And in terms of the ...but I'm tempted to think it is. So that's one, sort of in a larger landscape, that's one thing. You mentioned Japan was very stable over the centuries and so were other places. The empires rose, empires declined, you know. I mean there is something that is durable in today's, in the free market capitalism that we have today, with boundaries of course. And then, you know, there were empires from the time of Buddha, 600 B.C. And so what is unique about today's capitalism that we seem to think that this is going to be stable, irreversible rise? Now but it fell. and all. India was a very, very rich country. And so what was it? India has the largest share of the world GDP. Subhayu Bandyopadhyay: Well, when I was hearing Yi's presentation, you know, we talk a lot about American exceptionalism. And one thing that I was thinking is kind of the British exceptionalism and starting it all. In fact, when you think about India I know India's history reasonably well.
Being without Morrissey would be a bummer. St. Vince Dunn has progressed into a top defenseman for the Blues; captain Alex Pietrangelo didn't have his best season. Defense: The Jets are a tall, physical team and their defensemen exemplify that. Byfuglien is healthy and once again imposing his strength on anyone who gets in his way (perhaps he'll be a gif star again this spring?). Louis' other blueliners are capable, but not special.
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to study in the '80s, it's like this was heaven. But nowadays I travel back to China as if I'm going from Third World country to First World country. decided not to join that, and I think that the U.S. has come through second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century and finished it in the early 20th century. So how can the U.S. Maybe China. Who can finance that? infrastructure by 2020 is about 3.6 trillion. infrastructure for the 21st century. You know, ports, roads, bridges, rails, subways, host of other kind of infrastructures. infrastructure definitely need upgrade. Estimated investment needed to upgrade U.S. is very old. So U.S. When I came to the U.S. can channel fund to build, to upgrade U.S. So most of the infrastructure built in U.S. finance it? That's a lot of money. OK, reason that China set up Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank precisely to channel money to build infrastructure in Asia and also in other parts of the world. China has lots of savings and monies. And also, you know, the U.S. By estimate we put all the resources together the gap is still about 1.6 trillion. China was so backwards, so poor. And unfortunately, the U.S. should have joined that so U.S.
Aho has eight goals and 12 points in nine career games against the Black and Gold and is coming off 30 goals and 83 points this season in a breakout campaign. The Bs top line finished with four goals and 10 points in three games against Carolina this season, so there should be plenty of opportunities for them to do damage again. The Hurricanes certainly have some high points among their forwards. Teuvo Teravainen has six goals in 11 games in the playoffs and Jordan Staal and Warren Foegele both have had strong postseasons, too. The Bs also hold the depth advantage with a much stronger fourth line, and greater quality through their second and third lines despite Canes' Brock McGinn and Williams stepping up in the playoffs. But those kinds of numbers are customary for each member of the Perfection Line with Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak on a stardom level that nobody on the Hurricanes can approach. Then theres Sebastian Aho, a certified Bruins killer after torching them the past couple of seasons.
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