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คุณอาจเคยได้ยินเกี่ยวกับ Evergrande Group (恒大集團) เมื่อเร็วๆ นี้ นี่คือบริษัทที่แผ่กิ่งก้านสาขาซึ่งมีหนี้สินหลายพันล้านดอลลาร์ ประสบปัญหาทางการเงินเล็กน้อย และกำลังมองหาทางออก ใครจะไปรู้ว่าจะเกิดอะไรขึ้น. ทุก ๆ อย่างอยู่ในอากาศและเราได้ยินสิ่งใหม่ทุกวัน แต่เรื่องราวทั้งหมดทำให้ฉันสนใจว่าบริษัทอสังหาริมทรัพย์สามารถเติบโตได้ไกลและรวดเร็วเพียงใด นั่นคือสิ่งที่เราจะพูดถึงในวันนี้ ในวิดีโอนี้ เรามาดูการขึ้นและลงของกลุ่มบริษัทอสังหาริมทรัพย์ที่ใหญ่ที่สุดของจีนในอดีต บริษัทที่ตอนนี้มีหนี้สิน 300,000 ล้านดอลลาร์ Errata: 26:20 – ส่วนลด 22% ไม่ใช่ส่วนลด 78% ข้อผิดพลาดของ Google แปลภาษา ลิงค์: – จดหมายข่าว Asianometry: – Patreon: – The Podcast:

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The Rise and Fall of China's Evergrande Group
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  1. ktktktktktktkt

    18:54 Net debt ratio, I assume refers to net debt to ebitda ratio because otherwise, it doesn't make sense. I took a quick look and their net income doubled from 2016 to 2017 while borrowings only increased 37%. I'm too lazy to calculate ebitda but it sounds feasible to me that their net debt to ebitda ratio improved. At the same time, financial statements only mean so much. I'm a CPA and I'm going to tell you, there is a good amount of leeway in the numbers and ratio analysis is quite subjective.

  2. The little quips and sarcasm are a nice touch, they keep the video conversational and help to sustain attention

  3. Dody Potter

    The 🇺🇸 Zionist lie about evergrande is obviously trying to promote war which is so profitable for them.

  4. Dennis Salisbury

    Fundamentally, no one is living in Evergrand's millions of apartment units, aka Ghost Towns; so, there is no real demand for these apartments other than speculation. Until these apartments become occupied by owners or renters Evergrand has no viable business model to go forward.

  5. From Far East

    Evergrande spring failed because they invited Jackie Chan to branding the product.

  6. lakeguy65616

    liabilities are hard dollars, assets like land are hard to value and are easily carried at inflated prices on financial statements. Evergrande is toast. Its over, the only real question is who is assigned the losses and how much.

  7. BS Evergrande was into shipping container business before real estate. Get your fact right Evergrande was trafficking human.

  8. Lynndon Harnell

    Chinese building code is non-existant. In other words – crap and falling apart.

  9. I burst out laughing when you mentioned his first project – Jinbi Gardens – built on an old pesticide plant, in the middle of an industrial area. What could possibly go wrong?

  10. Doug InOrlando

    What is broken in China is the same thing that was broken on Wall Street in 2008 …. Corrupt accounting. In 2008 Warren Buffet’s Moodys was paid to rate liar loan toxic debt as AAA. This caused risk uncertainty in which froze lending. Nobody knew who was insolvent because the books were unreliable. Effectively, Warren Buffet had been paid by con artists to package their worthless paper into counterfeit AAA assets.
    The same has happened in China real estate, but this time Price Waterhouse Cooper was paid $40 million for external audit of Evergrande’s books and found nothing wrong. PWC got the accounting job because Evergrande knew they were willing to sucker punch all who trusted their reputation. PWC is responsible for $20 billion of Evergrande debt held by foreigners. In the coming months western financial markets will discover a pattern of malfeasance AGAIN. This is because instead of rotting in prison, Warren Buffet proved you can get away with it.

  11. Doug Taylor

    CCP, quickly ask your uncle Joe to mint you several gazillion dollar coins and pay your debt. Scribble out an IOU on a cocktail napkin. You’re golden.

  12. Its so nice to hear and see an impartial voice that covers the facts and doesnt foam at the mouth when it comes to China existing

  13. Norman Braslow

    Just how is all this consistent with Marxist-Leninist thought? Mao is spinning in his grave in a dance with Marx, Lenin, Stalin and Trotsky.

  14. Michael Martin

    The inevitable outcome of socialism communism whatever you want to call it eventually it runs out of other people's money and then everything goes to hell in a handbag. You see history really does repeat itself you're seeing it now every communist country that's ever been has fallen apart economically socially and in every way

  15. Shawn Elliott

    It's hard to understand how it all went so wrong. Who knew that plowing all your profits into leverage to acquire more debt could backfire?

  16. C Ramkisson

    Rumors of China demise is greatly exaggerated. The troubles of Evergrande was planned by the Chinese authorities.
    Always believe the opposite of what the mainstream news media is telling you.

  17. David Morales

    Is amazing to hear this whole video in English, sorry Australian producers I know they do their best

  18. Everything sounded good up until Cheng Yu Tung and hand gestures…….I assure you. Cheng Yu Tung understands more than half of conversational mandarin. Translators are in abundance haha. It’s now a prerequisite in most HK firms to be fluent in mandarin.

  19. Horace Lim

    In China, it's People First is NOT socialism for Wall Street: "Remember the Crash of 2008, when the U.S. housing bubble popped? How Bush, then Obama, bailed out the speculators, while 7+ million families lost their homes? And how trillions of dollars of bailouts went to the speculators, driving inflation and increasing unsustainable debt, while credit to productive industry was choked off, to the present day??? Now, check out what China is doing in the Evergrande case — forcing speculators to take a giant haircut, a "pre-emptive bubble popping", while protecting the homeowners, and continuing to direct money to physical production. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UodMHGRqn_Y China is putting people first, while the Federal Reserve is engaged in "socialism" for bankers and speculative swindlers, under the theme of protecting those "Too Big to Fail"!"

  20. Victorio Flores

    When a xompany like a real estate and developer start buying or diversifying into business not related to the main one, that is a Red Flag. Buying a soccer l team, building a School solely for soccer if I am not mistaken and building a stadium for soccer. It seems investors miss these Red Flags in their greed even foreigners. They do not have the acumen is the right word or vision what is happening with their loan which I might say is a no no for Warren Buffett. Probably took their investment out at once or stipulate that their loans are solely for this purpose. Probably they knew that employees of said company are buying company wealth. Guess it is all visible in the newspaper and did not recognize for some reason.

  21. Koo Kid Vato HUH

    Meaning the inventory picked up over this last year will not be back on the market anytime soon, so no worries about there being too much inventory out there or people under cutting one another to sell a home .
    GGWP

  22. Koo Kid Vato HUH

    JP Morgan has 1.47 trillion assets 700 billion in debt. U said they had 50 billion not true per yahoo finance

  23. JBirmingham

    16:23 yeah that state seal is notoriously controversial. Massachusetts and connecticut are both named after local native american tribes, so having a native american on the seal isnt necessarily a problem… the problem is why he was put on there in the first place, which is a long story

  24. Gravity Issues

    2:22 "I have no people. I have gifted gifted people I am special special people I refined." Say again? Is this Google translate, or is this actually what it says on that steel company's webpage?

  25. humbleforest

    Do not spoil the image of own country, China when dealing business outside through corrupt means as well as money laundering outside China. If that is the case your looking for trouble. Also no demand of bribery for or by any foreign country politicians and leaders, or your project will collapse.

  26. This is the very company that the Chinese descendants in my country used to justif their argument for political reasons. In the end everywhere is the same. Lol

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