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Is a global debt crisis coming? | CNBC Explains
Total worldwide debt is expected to continue growing over the coming months, despite having just climbed to a fresh all-time high. Given the three previous waves of global debt accumulation have all ended with financial crises, CNBC’s Sam Meredith takes a look at the risks associated with the latest build-up.
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www.cnbc.com/2020/01/14/global-debt-hits-all-time-high-of-nearly-253-dollars--iif-says.html
www.worldbank.org/en/research/publication/waves-of-debt
www.iif.com/Research/Capital-Flows-and-Debt/Global-Debt-Monitor
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Is a global debt crisis coming? | CNBC Explains
Views 159K2 days ago
Total worldwide debt is expected to continue growing over the coming months, despite having just climbed to a fresh all-time high. Given the three previous waves of global debt accumulation have all ended with financial crises, CNBC’s Sam Meredith takes a look at the risks associated with the latest build-up. Read more: www.cnbc.com/2020/01/14/global-debt-hits-all-time-high-of-nearly-253-dollar...
What it really means to be ‘Made in China’ | CNBC Reports
Views 166K5 days ago
What does it mean to be ‘Made in China?’ As supply chains grow increasingly global, the answer is rarely simple. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi reports from the world’s two largest economies. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational F...
What is a pandemic? | CNBC Explains
Views 287K16 days ago
The novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19, was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020. It is the sixth pandemic named in about a century. So when does a disease become a pandemic, and what does the designation mean for governments and markets? CNBC’s Tom Chitty explains. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page:...
What the coronavirus means for business | CNBC Reports
Views 144K23 days ago
The novel coronavirus that originated in Asia, and has now spread to the Europe, the Americas and beyond, is impacting businesses around the world. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar and Timothyna Duncan report on how industries are responding to the outbreak. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternat...
She borrowed her mom’s savings to build a multimillion-dollar fashion empire | Make It International
Views 49K26 days ago
32-year-old Rachel Lim’s multimillion-dollar women’s clothing line Love, Bonito is using technology to reinvent retail. CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist met with the formidable fashionista to hear how she bet her mom’s savings on her big dream. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternatio...
Why 26.2 miles isn't enough for these ultra-runners | CNBC Sports
Views 111KMonth ago
Ultramarathons are races of more than 26 miles, and they’re becoming hugely popular, especially in Asia. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi visits Hong Kong’s annual Hong Kong 100 Ultramarathon to meet the athletes putting themselves through the ultimate test of human endurance. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: faceb...
What does the coronavirus mean for China's economy? | CNBC Explains
Views 889KMonth ago
An outbreak of a novel coronavirus originating from Wuhan, China has gripped the world, as the death toll and infection count grow by the day. So, what happens when a completely unforeseen event shocks the world’s second largest economy? CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explains some of the early economic impact. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/...
Are eco-friendly flights impossible? | CNBC Explains
Views 45KMonth ago
Eco-friendly travel is more than just abolishing plastic waste on flights or choosing to offset your carbon footprint. From innovations in fuel efficiency to electric planes, green travel is a booming business. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar explains ‘eco-travel’ in the air industry and what it means to be on an eco-friendly flight. #cnbc #ecotravel #sustainability Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM...
Apps have changed the way we date | CNBC Reports
Views 77KMonth ago
The online dating industry is projected to be worth $9 billion by 2025 and according to eHarmony, most people will find a partner via an app or website by 2035. Tinder is one of the most popular swiping apps with more than 5 million subscribers and it’s launched a whole new language of love. CNBC’s Lucy Handley reports. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International T...
Who is Carlos Ghosn? | CNBC Explains
Views 262KMonth ago
Carlos Ghosn was a businessman with a cult-like following. Credited with turning around the fortunes of several major auto companies, he was showered with awards, flattering profiles and even appeared on a Lebanese stamp. However, Ghosn is now in the limelight for a different reason - as a fugitive. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar walks us through what has happened so far. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/...
He quit banking to build Southeast Asia’s next big thing | Make It International
Views 187KMonth ago
Chang Wen Lai’s express delivery service, Ninja Van, is tipped to be one of Southeast Asia’s next $1 billion unicorns. CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist met the 32-year-old CEO in Singapore to hear about his bold bet to go from trading floor to entrepreneur. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: c...
Dark kitchens: Where does your food delivery really come from? | CNBC Reports
Views 357KMonth ago
The global online food delivery market is projected to generate revenues of nearly $165 billion by 2024, and companies like Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Grubhub are all trying to get a slice of the multi-billion dollar pie. To keep up with consumer demand, 'dark' or 'ghost' kitchens are on the rise. CNBC's Tom Chitty uncovers the new ecosystem of food preparation and delivery that is disrupting the...
How climate change took over Davos | CNBC Reports
Views 64K2 months ago
U.S. President Donald Trump and climate activist Greta Thunberg gave two of the highest profile addresses at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos this year. There has been a lot of buzz around the two personalities, not least because of their contrasting views on climate change. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan reports from Switzerland. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe t...
Is capitalism dying? | CNBC Explains
Views 219K2 months ago
Capitalism has been embraced in the West for generations, transforming how societies worked and lived in the process. However its time may be running out, as business and political leaders alike question its relevance in the world we live in today. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan explains from the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Sub...
Deepfake technology will make you question what's real | CNBC Reports
Views 172K2 months ago
As the United States enters a presidential election year, experts have named deepfakes as one of the biggest cybersecurity risks of 2020. Deepfakes, which are fake videos and images created using computers and machine learning, can be maliciously used to spread disinformation. Good deepfakes can be difficult to detect, posing a risk to companies, employees and consumers alike. CNBC’s Grace Shao...
What Hong Kong’s protests mean for business | CNBC Reports
Views 376K2 months ago
Hong Kong has fallen into a technical recession for the first time since the global financial crisis a decade ago. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi reports on how the unrest has impacted the global financial hub’s economy, both on a large and small scale, as the special administrative region of China becomes increasingly divided. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV o...
Why is India’s growth slowing? | CNBC Explains
Views 1.6M2 months ago
India is one of the world’s fastest growing large economies, sometimes being touted as a potential economic and geopolitical counterweight to China. Recently, however, its growth fell to its slowest pace in six years. So what’s causing this slowdown, and how can it be reversed? CNBC’s Tom Chitty explains. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cn...
She founded a unicorn by 30. Now she's taking on the tech giants | Make It International
Views 250K2 months ago
Melanie Perkins’ $3.2 billion design platform, Canva, is one of the world’s most valuable female-led start-ups. CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist met with the 32-year-old Australian entrepreneur in Sydney to find out how she’s taking on tech giants Microsoft and Adobe. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: fac...
Why real estate investors are flocking to Singapore | CNBC Reports
Views 199K2 months ago
Singapore has emerged as the top investment prospect for property in Asia Pacific, according to a new report from PwC and the Urban Land Institute. This is no mean feat for the land-scarce country, which has experienced several subpar years, ranking as low as 21 in 2017. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar visits the city-state's high-rise offices, opulent bungalows and snazzy condos, to learn how one of the sm...
CNBC International's 2019 Bloopers | CNBC International
Views 15K3 months ago
When no one's watching, CNBC journalists can really move... 🕺🏻💃🏻 Enjoy some of our biggest bloopers from 2019! Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us on Twitter: CNBCi #CNBC #Bloopers
Why is Brexit so complicated? | CNBC Explains
Views 115K3 months ago
It has been more than three years since U.K. voters said they wanted to leave the European Union. Yet despite being scheduled to depart from the EU in March 2019, Brexit has now been postponed several times. So, what is the hold up? CNBC’s Silvia Amaro explains why the process is taking so long. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGyt...
What it takes to get a Michelin star | CNBC Reports
Views 355K3 months ago
A single Michelin star can take a restaurant from a riverside favorite to a must visit, but getting one takes a lot of work. CNBC's Timothyna Duncan finds out more on what it takes to get the coveted prize. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: instagra...
Inside China’s luxury hotel boom | CNBC Reports
Views 310K3 months ago
From Shanghai to Beijing, China’s luxury travel market is booming. As disposable income in China continues to rise in tandem with its growing middle class, the country has seen an increase in five-star accommodations catering to the affluent traveler, domestic and foreign alike. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explores some of the latest designs and experiences on offer. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2...
How do UK elections work? | CNBC Explains
Views 90K3 months ago
The U.K.’s upcoming general election could decide both the fate of the country’s departure from the European Union and the future of the world’s fifth-largest economy. As voters prepare to cast their ballots, CNBC's Sam Meredith takes a look at Britain’s voting system. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: ...
How this Harvard dropout founded South Korea's most valuable start-up | Make It International
Views 719K3 months ago
Bom Kim made history as the founder of Korea’s most valuable start-up and the country’s newest billionaire. CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist met with the Coupang CEO in Seoul to hear how he went from a Harvard Business School dropout to the founder of Korea’s answer to Amazon. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook ...
Who is leading in renewable energy? | CNBC Explains
Views 466K4 months ago
Around the world, governments are tapping into renewable sources to fuel the growing demand for energy. But as the conversation steers away from the costs of clean energy to the best practices, CNBC's Nessa Anwar evaluates which countries are having the most success and the challenges that still lie ahead. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: c...
Why is Paris so expensive? | CNBC Explains
Views 370K4 months ago
Paris is famous for its elegant shops and historic sites. It’s also been ranked one of the world’s most expensive cities. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan reports on what makes this city so costly. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternat...
Drones are growing into a $100 billion industry | CNBC Reports
Views 156K4 months ago
Unmanned flying vehicles are growing in popularity all over the world. The technology is developing quickly with drones able to fly further and carry ever heavier payloads. But will the skies above our heads be safe? CNBC’s David Reid investigates. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinte...
How economists make predictions | CNBC Reports
Views 99K4 months ago
The IMF’s World Economic Outlook is one of the most closely-watched set of forecasts in the world. How do economists get to the predictions in it? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze gets an inside look at the process from Washington. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on In...
Why are Japan and Korea in a trade war? | CNBC Explains
Views 539K4 months ago
Amid an escalating trade dispute between Japan and Korea, many people are asking why the two Asian powerhouses are fighting. CNBC’s Grace Shao explains the reasons behind the feud and how it affects you. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: instagram.c...
How automation is changing flying | CNBC Reports
Views 97K4 months ago
There are only a handful of jobs done in the sky and only one that involves flying hundreds of people around at 37,000 feet. CNBC's Tom Chitty finds out what it takes to become a commercial pilot. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbc...
The rise of the love hotel - Korea’s latest $1 billion business | Make It International
Views 281K4 months ago
Love hotel bookings app Yanolja has just become South Korea’s latest $1 billion start-up. But what has everyone so hot for love hotels? CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist heads to Seoul to find out. 🏩 Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbc...
Is Argentina heading toward economic crisis - again? | CNBC Explains
Views 188K4 months ago
A century ago, Argentina was one of the 10 richest countries in the world. Since then, however, a long series of economic crises have made it the only nation in modern history to regress to developing country status. CNBC's Sam Meredith explains what is behind its boom and bust cycle. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our...
How China is changing Hollywood | CNBC Reports
Views 169K4 months ago
With China expected to become the world’s largest film market by 2020, it’s no wonder Hollywood is catering to an entirely new demographic. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explores how the movie industry is changing. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: instagram....
Can electric vehicles go mainstream? | CNBC Reports
Views 142K5 months ago
There are currently over 5.1 million electric cars on the roads globally, or 0.6% of the passenger car stock worldwide. The International Energy Agency aims to increase the share of electric vehicles globally to 30% by 2030. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar goes on the road to find out the challenges and opportunities in the electric vehicle space. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC ...
Inside one man's $49 million car collection | CNBC Reports
Views 20K5 months ago
The classic car industry is worth more than $20 billion and attracts wealthy enthusiasts around the world. So why are these cars so expensive, and are they good investments? CNBC's Timothyna Duncan reports on what happens inside this exclusive community. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cn...
Why is inequality worse for young people? | CNBC Explains
Views 71K5 months ago
Income inequality is affecting a younger generation of workers more than anyone else. So why are young people especially vulnerable? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us on T...
Could this be Southeast Asia’s next $1 billion start-up? | CNBC Make It
Views 277K5 months ago
CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist explores how three 30-somethings are using Artificial Intelligence to fuel the rapid growth of their online marketplace, Carousell. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us on Twitte...
Why is the Amazon burning? | CNBC Explains
Views 56K5 months ago
The Amazon rainforest, often referred to as the “lungs of the world,” has been ravaged by a record number of fires this year, sparking global outrage over Brazil’s environmental policies. CNBC’s Sam Meredith explains what is behind the fires. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternatio...
Alibaba’s keyless and cashless hotel is straight out of the future | CNBC Reports
Views 1.4M5 months ago
Imagine skipping hotel check-in and walking straight to your room with a scan of your face. This could soon become a reality at many hotels in China and around the world. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi experiences what the hotel of the future may look like and Alibaba’s ambitious plans for the sector. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Li...
What is a recession? | CNBC Explains
Views 511K6 months ago
There are concerns the next global recession may be just around the corner, so what exactly is a recession? CNBC's Tom Chitty explains. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us on Twitter: CNBCi
Why physical books still outsell e-books | CNBC Reports
Views 455K6 months ago
E-book or physical book? You may be surprised to hear that for most, old school print on paper still wins. CNBC's Lucy Handley reports. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us on Twitter: CNBCi
Why is Louis Vuitton so expensive? | CNBC Explains
Views 1.6M6 months ago
Louis Vuitton has held the title for world's most valuable luxury brand for more than a decade. CNBC's Timothyna Duncan explains how the French fashion house gets away with charging so much. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcintern...
We went inside Alibaba’s global headquarters | CNBC Reports
Views 897K6 months ago
From facial recognition security to unmanned vehicles, Alibaba’s corporate campus is the office of the future. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi gets a rare look inside the company’s headquarters in Hangzhou, China, where more than 20,000 employees are based. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinterna...
How Xiaomi broke out of China to go global | CNBC Reports
Views 846K6 months ago
Chinese technology company Xiaomi went from start-up to one of the world’s biggest companies in less than a decade. One year after its initial public offering, the electronics firm is the youngest member of the Fortune Global 500. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi visits its Beijing headquarters to understand how Xiaomi’s success in markets like India helped turn it into a major global player. Subscribe to u...
Retirees are going back to work - as Airbnb hosts | CNBC Reports
Views 132K7 months ago
One in six people are estimated to be over the age of 65 by 2050. As the world’s aging population battles boredom and loneliness, some retirees are finding second careers to keep occupied. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi met one couple in South Korea going back to work as Airbnb hosts. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook p...
Should central banks be independent? | CNBC Explains
Views 74K7 months ago
Donald Trump isn't the only leader complaining about central bank policies. Italy, India, Turkey and Argentina are just a few of the countries seeing leaders pushing back against central bank independence - and some are succeeding. CNBC’s Silvia Amaro walks us through the events that led to central banks gaining their independence and whether that autonomy could be at risk. Subscribe to us on T...
A 24-year-old entrepreneur was bored in science class - so she started a company | CNBC Make It
Views 28K7 months ago
30-year-old CEO Komal Dadlani has a new formula for teaching science - and all it takes is the phone in your pocket. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze finds out how Komal is pitching science as a game. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinte...
Why does Thailand have so many coups? | CNBC Explains
Views 294K7 months ago
Thailand is known as the land of smiles, but it has undergone decades of political turmoil, including 12 military coups. CNBC's Tom Chitty examines why the country is prone to military takeovers. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbci...
Esports is growing into a $1 billion industry | CNBC Sports
Views 100K7 months ago
The electronic sports sector has grown massively in recent years and is expected to turn into a billion-dollar industry by the end of 2019. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi visits an annual gaming festival in Hong Kong where tens of thousands of excited fans eagerly watch players compete for the ultimate title. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2N...
What is a digital tax? | CNBC Explains
Views 113K8 months ago
Countries around the world are pushing for a digital tax on tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. How would a digital tax work? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Foll...
What is Deutsche Bank? | CNBC Explains
Views 652K8 months ago
Deutsche Bank is undergoing one of the most dramatic banking overhauls we have seen since the 2007-2008 financial crisis. So why is the lender, which was once touted as Europe’s answer to Wall Street’s titans, cutting back? CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan breaks down the bank’s history and its strategies to rebuild. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip:...
What is Hong Kong’s relationship with China? | CNBC Explains
Views 310K8 months ago
Hong Kong is a special administrative region in China, which means it has the highest degree of autonomy within the country. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explains how this relationship has come to be and what the future holds. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagra...
This invention changed flying forever | CNBC Reports
Views 198K8 months ago
Just over 100 years ago, the first flight demonstration of autopilot took place in Paris, an innovation that changed the aviation world forever. CNBC's Tom Chitty reports. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us ...
How TikTok took the world by storm | CNBC Reports
Views 219K8 months ago
In less than three years, TikTok has become one of the most popular social media apps on the planet. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan reports on the app’s success and its challenges. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow u...
Microsoft just opened its first physical store in Europe | CNBC Reports
Views 71K8 months ago
Microsoft just opened a 21,932 square-foot flagship store in the heart of London, which is also its first in Europe. But why would Microsoft open a physical store in the first place? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC International TV on TVclip: cnb.cx/2NGytpz Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram...
Fortune 500 CEOs swear by this training to prevent burnout | CNBC Make It
Views 38K8 months ago
Burnout has been grabbing headlines again after the World Health Organization officially recognized it as an ‘occupational phenomenon.’ CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist went to check out one training academy that claims to have the solution. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us o...
Why is U.S. life expectancy declining? | CNBC Explains
Views 64K8 months ago
For several consecutive years, there’s been a slight decline in life expectancy for both Americans and residents of other high-income countries. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explains some of the factors that are believed to be driving the trend. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on I...
Advertisers want in on your next binge-watching session | CNBC Reports
Views 46K9 months ago
The pervasiveness of streaming services such as Netflix, TVclip and Hulu have turned binge-watching into a cultural phenomenon. Now advertisers and traditional broadcasters like Disney and NBC are trying to get in on the action. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan reports from the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Disclosure: NBC is part of NBCUniversal, the parent company of CNBC. Subscri...
The electric flight era is closer than you think | CNBC Reports
Views 214K9 months ago
Electric planes have been talked about as a possibility for many years, but now they're on the tarmac and even up in the air. So can the world's jet-setters start preparing to actually fly electric? CNBC's Tom Chitty reports. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: i...
Why do airlines overbook flights? | CNBC Explains
Views 274K9 months ago
Airlines have been deliberately overbooking flights for decades and though the practice infuriates passengers, industry experts argue it also benefits them. CNBC's Tom Chitty explains. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: cnbcinternational Follow us...
Inside Samsung’s global headquarters in South Korea | CNBC Reports
Views 1.2M9 months ago
You may know Samsung for its smartphones and household appliances, but how about its insurance arm or holiday resorts? CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi gets a rare look inside the headquarters of one of the world’s largest companies. Subscribe to us on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on TVclip: cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: instag...
More freedom, less privacy: The digital economy is changing the way we work | CNBC Reports
Views 55K9 months ago
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No tech, no talking: Can I survive a three-day digital detox? | CNBC Reports
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Why even the Premier League should worry about Brexit | CNBC Sports
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Take a tour inside Tesla’s first Gigafactory | CNBC Reports
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Why do we have the penny? | CNBC Explains
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Why contactless cards haven’t caught on in the U.S. | CNBC Reports
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Britain's immigration landscape is already changing | CNBC Reports
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The big business behind sports betting | CNBC Sports
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Comments

  • Mario Sauceda
    Mario Sauceda 5 hours ago

    After the gold Standard ? More Monopoly money it's how you play the game? How the rich get tested 1st or the elite. You know when I mean jelly bean then you die🤔

  • malav shah
    malav shah 5 hours ago

    China has given "The World" a deadly Virus aka "China Virus" we should not buy a thing that is made in China things to break their economy as they are doing with ours PS: We support President Trump in this Trade War

  • downhilltwofour00
    downhilltwofour00 5 hours ago

    Absolutely.

  • Maria Franco
    Maria Franco 5 hours ago

    I think we need a global reset and just wipe out all debt and start from scratch.

  • Musyabbir Haqim
    Musyabbir Haqim 5 hours ago

    In my country there is traditional game called "galah panjang" (English: long pole) which the rule nearly the same as kabaddi just with more section on play field and no need to chant the word

  • RustyNuts
    RustyNuts 5 hours ago

    Money doesnt exist! Human labour gives value to this valueless paper! Our enslavement is ensured by land access denyal

  • SandboxArrow
    SandboxArrow 5 hours ago

    Hopefully.

  • Adarsh Vijayan
    Adarsh Vijayan 5 hours ago

    Like the corona virus

  • Ladh 70
    Ladh 70 5 hours ago

    this stupid video would make that clown and con man Peter Schiff proud

  • Gordon Welch
    Gordon Welch 5 hours ago

    Nothing, we confiscated all back after Wuhan Virus. Now they owe us for technology theft.

  • Yash Wardhan
    Yash Wardhan 5 hours ago

    Reason for higher price in mainland China to decrease or reduce sell of American products

  • Cosmoevents21st
    Cosmoevents21st 5 hours ago

    Is it coming? It's already here!

  • Jack Crouch
    Jack Crouch 5 hours ago

    ********* SO F-IN DOOMED *************

  • Derek Holyfield
    Derek Holyfield 5 hours ago

    China can help pay our debts now.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 6 hours ago

    This is a stupid opinion piece. There is individual debt but no such thing as a global debt. It is a man conceived idea that holds no water.

  • Vinay Kumar
    Vinay Kumar 6 hours ago

    I dont mind paying more for a quality product, that is made in Germany or Japan.

  • ChocolateAddict
    ChocolateAddict 6 hours ago

    Short the dollar

  • Redhot Scorcher
    Redhot Scorcher 6 hours ago

    Famine coming. Food to become unaffordable. Violence and mob rule ahead. Worst International Stock Market collapse in Modern World History. DEPRESSION.

  • Blind Visionary
    Blind Visionary 6 hours ago

    This is being engineered to its logical conclusion. Worldwide Socialism. Remember Star Trek? Nobody on the Enterprise recieved a paycheck. Everyone made his or her contribution to the "Federation". You were being groomed for this your whole life.

  • Thanos
    Thanos 6 hours ago

    Can’t we let bill gates, W buffet and musk take care of the debt and let those 3 have free access to anywhere and anything in the world.

  • Chosen One Syndrome
    Chosen One Syndrome 6 hours ago

    This video is kinda like internet explorer. Everything has started and now they are doing news about it.

  • Kashif Amanat
    Kashif Amanat 6 hours ago

    ok, so it says that every single individual among world's 7.5B people in the world owe 33k$............... who do they owe to if everyone is in debt.. :(

  • Benjamin Martins
    Benjamin Martins 6 hours ago

    JESUS CHRIST

  • himanshu gupta
    himanshu gupta 6 hours ago

    covid-19 proudly made in China

  • Aditya Sankhla
    Aditya Sankhla 6 hours ago

    If everyone is borrowing where are they borrowing from ?

  • dks g
    dks g 6 hours ago

    한국짱

  • Rice Cake
    Rice Cake 6 hours ago

    Seems like a copy off Economics Explained

  • Shah Nawaz Hossenally

    Who is the debt owed to?

  • Mint Mark SI
    Mint Mark SI 6 hours ago

    So what happens next? Let me take a stab in the dark.. Hmmm 🤔 More debt? 🤑

  • Anantha Padmanabhan
    Anantha Padmanabhan 6 hours ago

    Really an autonomous car or does it follow a route map? I mean that it's an automatic "guided" vehicle. Right? By the way, do you know what ADV used to mean? It's ANIMAL DRAWN VEHICLE.

  • Griffin Brumley
    Griffin Brumley 7 hours ago

    Good video! Very insightful and nice host

  • TC Ang
    TC Ang 7 hours ago

    US and Europe are the biggest culprit. Spend at other people’s expense. It’s time you reduce the debt and repay.

  • Olivia P
    Olivia P 7 hours ago

    Special Drawing Rights

  • Cydex
    Cydex 7 hours ago

    Made in China means,its a fake product for me

  • Unboxing9food universe

    Most of all apple products are made in china

  • alef fush
    alef fush 7 hours ago

    LOL Bruce's daughter tho

  • Richard Morley
    Richard Morley 7 hours ago

    Print money in there own country give it to there banks all around the world buy companies not to be trusted

  • Jay Abrams
    Jay Abrams 7 hours ago

    the US does not default on debt, we print baby. PRINT BABY PRINT. MONEY PRINT GO BRRRRRR

  • ALVIN RODGERS
    ALVIN RODGERS 7 hours ago

    Ben Bernanke was interviewed on CNBC this week. He said interest rates are so low because the world saves too much money. He said that’s why interest rates have plummeted since 1980. I’m not sure why he wasn’t asked about the opposite trajectory of the Fed balance sheet. Any thoughts?

  • B K Lau
    B K Lau 7 hours ago

    Overseas products would normally be more expensive ... Isn't that a norm anywhere? Mostly, pricing goes with local needs and affordability, set by the brand. Production is cheaper in China, doesn't mean pricing is always lower. Just look at Apple products.

  • The_Crypto_Jew
    The_Crypto_Jew 7 hours ago

    How was this video just made with countries being completely shutdown and with the recommendations of social distancing? there was a lot of people walking around in public..

  • Aquafishsoup
    Aquafishsoup 7 hours ago

    The less there is of something the more valuable it is. But let's add 2 trillion dollars into the economy.

  • topopops
    topopops 7 hours ago

    The new world one bank will clear the debt for your soul and slavery!

  • Big X
    Big X 7 hours ago

    I am an electronic engineer. Once in a while I ordered a circuit board to be made from China. I uploaded a company an electronic file, then Chinese company made and shipped to the US. The same circuit board to be made in the US, it would cost me 10x as much. The reason is because of environmental policies in the US make it so prohibitively expensive to disposal of used toxic chemical.

  • The Jonny-A Show!
    The Jonny-A Show! 7 hours ago

    True freedom is total apocalypses!

  • alef fush
    alef fush 7 hours ago

    sooo we're paying all these debts to...?

  • Financial Shinanigan

    Debt makes the world go round

  • Douglas Wayne
    Douglas Wayne 7 hours ago

    Could robotics and artificial intelligence pay off a big chunk if not all of this debt? After all, economic output is what earns the money to pay off debt. So if machines could abundantly and efficiently churn out products 24/7/365, could they stem the tide of debt? If so, the country who owns the most robots/AI will be the one to pay off their debt.

  • Nqobani Nhlengethwa
    Nqobani Nhlengethwa 7 hours ago

    They make everything these ones, even ruined our 2020

  • a friedrich
    a friedrich 8 hours ago

    Debt is an artificial construct and has nothing to do with the real world unless you drink the Kool Aide. Money does not create wealth, it just redistributes it.

  • hi_ho
    hi_ho 8 hours ago

    yes

  • Glen Last
    Glen Last 8 hours ago

    Much cheaper to default. Problem solved!

  • Rakesh Dasan
    Rakesh Dasan 8 hours ago

    Debt , who gives ????? God.

  • Vicky Piero
    Vicky Piero 8 hours ago

    Maybe u should look at the specific countries with huge debts?

  • Peter Cheng
    Peter Cheng 8 hours ago

    Stop buying things assembled from China

  • Mark Gurry
    Mark Gurry 8 hours ago

    House of cards.

  • Pothugunta dilip kumar

    Please see stupid china did to the world tvclip.biz/video/U0u-lU1-63U/video.html

  • Dan K
    Dan K 8 hours ago

    Is that a serious question?

  • Monk Amani
    Monk Amani 8 hours ago

    "The percentage you're paying is too high a price. While you're living beyond all your means. And the man in the suit has just bought a new car. From the profit he's made on your dreams." Y'all knows the rest. Hindsight 2020

  • Piton Priscal
    Piton Priscal 8 hours ago

    Hi! I'm Vietnamese

  • Marcus M.
    Marcus M. 8 hours ago

    DO NOT PARTAKE IN THE FUNNY MONEY SCHEME If you have no change you shouldn’t exchange, the idea of debt is so deranged.

  • Andy McRae
    Andy McRae 8 hours ago

    Stolen technology

  • G.NARAYANA REDDY
    G.NARAYANA REDDY 9 hours ago

    made in china means we are paying china to make world unrest

  • darko vaterpolista
    darko vaterpolista 9 hours ago

    DEBT RELIEF!

  • Kate100294764
    Kate100294764 9 hours ago

    Here is Australia we cannot wear masks or use hand sanitizer because in January, while China was downplaying the severity of the virus, many huge Chinese government-backed companies were buying p all the face masks, hazmat suits and hand sanitizer and shipping it off to China

  • Supreme Grand Master

    Are people watching this in 2020?

  • Supreme Grand Master

    LOL

  • Emeralds
    Emeralds 9 hours ago

    Good video. Every note printed or coin minted is a debt. Our currency today is backed by nothing of value. We only have to look at what happened to currencies in the past. Historically no paper only currency has survived due to purchasing power reducing to 0. Inflation, demographics and overspending over GDP are big factor’s. Debt will be our downfall. Invest to save your hard earned money in Gold, Silver and land, and you will have a hedge against such big crisis when they come around. Currency sitting in a bank is worth less and less each year just sitting there.

  • Suwandi Handoyo
    Suwandi Handoyo 9 hours ago

    Very god .....

  • TS34M
    TS34M 9 hours ago

    Does anybody owe money to America?

  • Eric Le Roy
    Eric Le Roy 9 hours ago

    Tax the billionaires. Expropriate offshore bank accounts in tax havens. Cut politicians and CEO salaries. Stop subsidising polluting industries. There's plenty of money out there...

  • KenJohn
    KenJohn 9 hours ago

    Awesome video, very informative.

  • chris soto
    chris soto 9 hours ago

    World is to greedy!! The material things people want to have but cannot afford!!

  • RizzY Vlogs
    RizzY Vlogs 9 hours ago

    Reset the debt back to 0. Lets start again from fresh.

  • PRSer
    PRSer 9 hours ago

    I read a comment once. Made me actually think. Who does the world owe money to?!?! The Decepticons?

  • Ralph Clark
    Ralph Clark 9 hours ago

    It is absolutely pointless looking at history to predict where the global economy is going to go next - the key word being “global” - as the world has increasingly opened its borders and trading barriers the more meaningless fiat (money) has become - unwinding the present situation is much much more complicated than even the experts can work out and predict

  • Thomas Livingstone
    Thomas Livingstone 9 hours ago

    He did that thumb in the fist thing with a jab down. So stupid

  • Issie wizzie
    Issie wizzie 9 hours ago

    I remember made in Japan ... then cheaper alternative - made in Taiwan then made in china

  • Katrina Toinks
    Katrina Toinks 10 hours ago

    I can't wait to eat buffets 😋😋😋😋😋 Korean cuisine it issssss 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

  • I Hate Google
    I Hate Google 10 hours ago

    5G is weaponized technology in disguise

  • m7md games
    m7md games 10 hours ago

    INTEREST IS THE CANCER, FIAT IS THE CANCER, we live in greed and illusion!

  • jay williams
    jay williams 10 hours ago

    A messy plot by foren Powers money and America selling property to foren people who don't own it

  • RMA Gaming & Stuff
    RMA Gaming & Stuff 10 hours ago

    even corona virus is made in china lol

  • Peizxcv
    Peizxcv 10 hours ago

    China is the world’s manufacturing hub for most of its history.

  • MsTaly99
    MsTaly99 10 hours ago

    If the world as a whole owes a "total sum" of debt; the question should be asked! Who's the ultimate creditor! People of the world are about to find out about the "Beast" system REAL-Quick!

  • Zara R
    Zara R 10 hours ago

    5G radiation was used by the military and is not safe for human health

  • Sammy Hamawi
    Sammy Hamawi 10 hours ago

    The atlantis report on youtube

  • White Wolf
    White Wolf 10 hours ago

    Yes,global crime rates will also skyrocket.

  • Ilham Ardianz
    Ilham Ardianz 10 hours ago

    ASEAN Uninity in Diversity 😍

  • Regan Parenton
    Regan Parenton 10 hours ago

    Yes this is the conclusion I've already arrived to which I discuss on my channel!

  • rock smith
    rock smith 10 hours ago

    the international bankster plandemic!!

  • EYES IN UR EYES
    EYES IN UR EYES 10 hours ago

    Debt is nothing ..if done in control manner ......inflation will happen only if money is given to all .....

  • Adrian Brand
    Adrian Brand 10 hours ago

    Coming? It smashed us in the face last September when the repo market seized up.

  • Lucky Luke
    Lucky Luke 10 hours ago

    Aren’t you supposed to calm ppl down, CNBC? Wtf are you doing??

  • Larry Lang
    Larry Lang 10 hours ago

    Who in the world would believe anything coming from NBC?

  • Carl Dupnt
    Carl Dupnt 10 hours ago

    Well that was sobering!

  • gudgen2004
    gudgen2004 10 hours ago

    That idea there's no such thing as free money I believe in working for what I get I work in healthcare I'm still making money I don't need anymore I'm surviving on my own barely but you don't see me asking for anything and I don't want anything just to keep my job

  • Anthony Williams
    Anthony Williams 10 hours ago

    It was set up this way intentionally so who should be worry...

  • Ordinary Man
    Ordinary Man 10 hours ago

    debt will be covered with debt. just print money and give it to corporate giants and people. problem solved.

  • joe 90
    joe 90 10 hours ago

    China owes countries Trillions and Trillions in compensation. A convid tax On all Chinese products