Do Sanctions Deprive Ukraine of McDonald’s, Miley?

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April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote reports on McDonald’s pulling out of Crimea and how Russian sanctions may impact concerts by Miley Cyrus and Justin Timberlake in Ukraine on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.”

Recession even with the imf money in ukraine.

He has also got to deal with russia.

Stay with us for that chat.

Willy wonka into the population.

Abe -- a business update.

The donald's is suspending its operations at three restaurants in the crimean peninsula.

They say they are having technical problems.

You have got to wonder, talking about sanctions, if this has something to do with that.

Of course, crimea is very disputed territory.

The ukrainians obviously disagree.

They are saying that their employees will not be moving to any of the other 70 restaurants in ukraine.

So mcdonald's in the mix.

Also, miley cyrus, extraordinary, she is somehow in danger of running afoul of these sanctions.

She was supposed to give a gig in helsinki later this year.

The problem is that the stadium is owned by three russian billionaires with close associations with president putin who are on the sanctions list.

There is a question whether the promoter of the concert can pay the venue owner for the venue because they are lack listed.

I want to ask miley what she thinks.

Justin timberlake is supposed to play later in the year.

We will see.

It is really complex.

Tough to do business right now.

A lot of the banks and companies have to form a team.


It is really simple.

We have been talking about this the last few days.

Bank russia is on the list.

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