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Why British workers went on strike? | Davos 2023 | Ridding, John (Financial Times CEO)

 

"With Brexit, many foreign workers have left the UK. Because of this, prices in the UK have soared much higher than in other major countries." John Reading, CEO of the Financial Times (FT), who met with Jang Dae-Whan, chairman of Maegyeong Media Group, at the World Economic Forum (WEF·Davos Forum) in 2023, stressed that Brexit is becoming an obstacle to the British economy. Representative Reading was pessimistic, saying, "I think it will take time for the British government to control inflation." CEO Reading has served as CEO of the newspaper since 2006 after serving as correspondents in Korea and Japan. #Brexit #UK #Strike 0:00 Opening 0:29 After Brexit 1:06 A British strike 2:02 The problem of inflation in the UK 3:52 China's invasion of Taiwan 4:34 UK vs China ☆ WKF | http://www.wkforum.org/WKF/2021/kr/ ☆ Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/worldknowledgeforum/ ☆ Youtube│https://www.youtube.com/wkforum ✻ World Knowledge Forum's lecture contents are copyrighted by Maekyung Media Group. Acts such as illegal downloading, re-uploading, and re-processing are prohibited.

 

 

 

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