In this video, we discuss how it got to this point, why China's economy is at risk, and why the Chinese government is stuck in a difficult position. Got a Topic Suggestion? - forms.
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Hablajaja, 11 hours ago
Beijing's looking pretty tropical for a city that is thousands of kilometers from the equator
MiX3K, 11 hours ago
One thing for sure is, this will probably be bad for the citizens in the end
not for all, only for those whose parents dint save properties
Man think about being a hopeful chinese person, finally saved enough to pre-buy an apartment with 10 year mortgage for new family, now stuck with the mortgage and no new apartment.....may also need to pay existing mortgage for old apartment. Evergrande is not a small company either, I wonder how many people has been fleeced. Worst part, the people protesting probably won't get anything back.
Their citizens are already doomed from the start. If you're from china reading this, i'd like to give you a hug pal
Why are you saying one thing for sure and then proceeding to say probably
Blinded Bliss - Diana, 11 hours ago
I would actually love to see a video from someone making educated guessed as to how China will navigate this.
There is no educated option out of this.. maybe that's why I'm answering here :)
Print more money?
Titus Ardevan, 11 hours ago
What is the medium house price compared to medium salary in Cluj-Napoca, Romania?
ymir, 7 hours ago
I see that TLDR quality in animation and research is getting lower. Now they put Singapore as China capital.
Dan Haddix, 7 hours ago
You need to get this new guy a better microphone. He sounds like he's recording this in his bathroom on his iPhone
DrawnInk1, 9 hours ago
Don’t forget it’s all lease hold. The government owns all the land.
Pyriold, 12 hours ago
I think china will probably just take over that company and make it state owned. Seems like the only sensible solution.
Phillip Otey, 5 hours ago
Your audio has a lot of popping, I recommend either a high pass filter, or to eq out those pops. You could also have more advice filters but maybe just bass and mid boost for now
Mark Galura, 4 hours ago
Kinda impressive to see a government being able to pivot directions at will, especially in a country of billions. That Chinese discipline is too real.
Emiddio Esposito, 11 hours ago
The more house crisis come out, the more I think housing shouldn't be an investment, and house values should not be allowed to grow more than inflation.
Voulty, 9 hours ago (edited)
Force the company to split into smaller ones and create a new law on limitations of debt leveraging for large companies.
tribal que, 10 hours ago (edited)
I've been hearing about China's collapse for 15 years. None of it seems to come true.
NeonBunnies, 9 hours ago
It really sounds like the narrator has sore throat
Waylon McCann, 8 hours ago
Great video, the sound had a bit too much reverb, hanging a blanket on the wall behind where you're recording would help get rid of it. Keep up the great work!
idraote, 9 hours ago
The screenshot at 6.00 is a clear explanation of how unsustainable in the long term our current economic policies are. An economy cannot grow indefinitely.
William A., 12 hours ago
The first picture of Beijing is actually Singapore ;)
RUSSIAN DRIVERS, 10 hours ago
When I was in China I saw entire tower blocks of empty apartments and they were building more all over the place.
Phillip Otey, 5 hours ago
A good thing to test would be breaking up the conglomerate into maybe 10 or so smaller companies, then bailing them out. Some will fail some will stabilize resulting in lower debt and pushing the problem to later.
David Murphy, 12 hours ago
The sound is very tinny. You need softer surfaces around you when recording, maybe a better mic and try normalising the audio in an editor.
Des Bowman, 4 hours ago
China’s large deposits on mortgages may be their saving grace here, unlike NINJA loans in the US there is real value behind speculative investment. A nose dive in speculative markets has a measurable floor, about 30%
I'm bringing dabsy back, 10 hours ago
I've been excpecting the Chinese housing market to crash for ten years and so far nothing is happening
Paul Gibbons, 11 hours ago
Country's like to deflect from ecconic collapse by going to war an stealing wealth. So let's hope not.
GoblinKing 98000, 10 hours ago
The audio quality is dropping by the day
D Solis, 8 hours ago
As far as I understand there is a participation of the state on every private company in China. How much is that on Evergrande?
pathfinder, 3 hours ago
Can you please cover Australia's draconian covid measures, with quarentine camps, face recognition and random messages where they need to disclose their location?
K Tyler, 10 hours ago
You get a crippled economy, you get a crippled economy, EVERYONE HAS A CRIPPLED ECONOMY!!!
RoboJules, 4 hours ago
When Lehman Brothers collapsed, it had a 44:1 leverage. Evergrande has a 360:1 leverage. Making matters worse, they're by no means the only Chinese company facing this issue. China has, in both relative and historical terms, the single most over leveraged economy ever. It's not going to be a simple economic collapse that they trigger, but a financial black hole that sucks up anything that comes too close.
Lisa Yuan, 7 hours ago
Investing in Crypto now is very cool now especially with the current rise in the market now
MusicProductionAndSheet, 11 hours ago
China seems a country that is built on a house of cards
CreativeNickname, 3 hours ago
I've been told that China's economy is going to collapse for a decade now.
Wig, 12 hours ago
yooooooo i caught this REAL early huh