Here is a preview of the selected, scheduled events the Bloomberg Photo Service will be covering during the coming week. Bloomberg will also be covering several exclusives and any breaking news that may happen, as well as a full slate of additional assignments, all of which will be available over the wire and in the Bloomberg Photo archive.
Monday, June 2
Monday is a public holiday in Hong Kong. In Hanoi, Bloomberg will provide exclusive coverage of an interview with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung. Bloomberg will also provide coverage of key speakers at the EURELECTRIC Annual Convention in London and the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. From Los Angeles, Bloomberg will provide images from inside a BMW dealership ahead of motor vehicle sales figures.
Tuesday, June 3
Bloomberg will begin its coverage of Inside Computex 2014 in Taipei. Bloomberg will provide images from Tokyo or pollution as greenhouse gas emissions rise across Japan. Bloomberg will move images from Hamburg inside a job center as German unemployment unexpectedly rises. Bloomberg will also provide coverage from Detroit as the United Auto Workers elect a new president at their constitutional convention.
Wednesday, June 4
Bloomberg will continue its coverage of Inside Computex 2014 in Taipei. Bloomberg will provide coverage of key speakers at the Japan China Management Forum in Tokyo. Bloomberg will also provide images from the rally in Hong Kong for the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Bloomberg will cover the key speakers at the Institute of International Finance’s spring meeting in London.
Thursday, June 5
Bloomberg will continue its coverage of the key speakers at the Institute of International Finance’s spring meeting in London. Bloomberg will provide images of semiconductor equipment production at ASML Holding NV in Veldhoven, Netherlands. Bloomberg will also move coverage from London as the Bank of England announces its interest rate decision.
Friday, June 7
Bloomberg will cover an interview with Charles Rangel in New York. Bloomberg will also move images of an oil and gas plant operated by NIS Gazprom Neft in Pancevo, Serbia.