The New York Times pulled an Ad at the last minute in March of 2020. But for what reason? Today I got to speak with the client who paid for the Ad. His name is Brett Kingstone, a real estate developer from Florida. He tells me that after the entire editorial procedure and approval from the paper, it was pulled from print at the last minute before hitting major cities and publishing. The Ad was one of its kind in those days. It was one asking to hold China’s Communist Party accountable for causing the global pandemic with the spread of the novel coronavirus, the #CCPVirus.
In our second topic, we explore the reasons behind China’s top real estate developer, #Evergrande’s potential default. Meaning, they are likely to go bankrupt if the country’s state-controlled economy does not rescue this real estate giant. Will Chinese leader Xi Jinping take the damage it will cause to the housing market, which accounts for around 30% of China’s economy? And will the regime be able to sustain the social uproar and the protests from investors, homeowners due to the company’s lack of payment to them? Find out in this episode.
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NYT Pulls Ad Holding China Accountable for Virus Outbreak; China’s Evergrande Is ‘Too Big to Fail’?
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