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This video will probably be banned in China—here's why

Video Credit: Fast Company
Published on November 1, 2019 - Duration: 05:55s

This video will probably be banned in China—here's why

The US-China trade war is reshaping business globally.

American airline companies, fashion brands, and most recently the NBA are self-censoring for fear of upsetting the Chinese Communist Party.

Large US corporations fear taking a side on the Hong Kong protests or on its territories—Taiwan, Tibet and Tiananmen—due to the possibility of losing out on such a profitable market.

By doing so, are these companies promoting Chinese propaganda?

And what should be done about it?

There isn't a clear-cut answer.

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