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China's property bubble: Can Xi make it stop? (Full show)

China's property bubble: Can Xi make it stop? (Full show)

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The Evergrande Group, one of China’s top developers, owes too much money. Beijing has finally stepped in to stop their reckless borrowing, which could be a death knell for the company. China’s real estate boom involves millions of empty apartments owned by speculators, who can no longer be certain of rising property values. Beijing has adopted the maxim that “homes are for living in, not for speculation.” In China, apparently no company is “too big to fail.” Is China about to endure an economic meltdown? And what would this mean for the world economy? Rick Sanchez sets the scene. Then RT America’s Faran Fronczak explains China’s phenomenon of “ghost cities,” brand-new cities built at breakneck speed with no one to live in them. Then “Boom Bust” co-host Christy Ai shares her expertise. (04:...
Biden: China's Xi "Not My Friend" Attacks Media

Biden: China's Xi "Not My Friend" Attacks Media

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President Joe Biden wants to make sure the media knows he is no longer calling China’s president, Xi Jinping, his friend during the G7 Summit. Mr. Biden holds his post Putin summit press conference and gets annoyed with CNN's Kaitlin Collins. Did Joe admit he misled the media when he called the meeting "constructive" bring you the details. Watch all episodes on Portable.TV portable.tv/series/eatthepress #QuestionMore #RTAmerica #EatThePress #biden #media #china #us #g7summit #cnn Get exclusive content and watch full episodes now by downloading the Portable.TV app: https://bit.ly/DownloadPortable Telegram: https://t.me/RTAmerica Check out our other shows! NO show does it like this. It’s TIME TO DO NEWS AGAIN with Rick Sanchez News with Rick Sanchez: https://bit.ly/NRSSHOW It’s her take on ...
Breaking: US will copy China's economic model to remain competitive (Full show)

Breaking: US will copy China's economic model to remain competitive (Full show)

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China will become the world's foremost economic power by 2028, according to projections. Rick Sanchez explains how, as a desperate geopolitical "Hail Mary," the US is beginning to emulate China's economic model in its bid to remain competitive in development and trade. Specifically, the US is funding specific kinds of products and technology, such as semiconductor chips and electric vehicles. Will it work? (00:13) And how does Washington's push to catch up with Beijing complicate its criticisms of the very system has begun to adopt? Investigative journalist and "Boom Bust" co-host Ben Swann (03:42) and Prof. Richard Wolff, host of "Economic Update" help illuminate the question. (07:37) Then RT America's Trinity Chavez looks into the irrefutable evidence supporting the existence of "unident...