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China Daily, an English-language publication owned by the Chinese government, took out four pages of sponsored content in Sunday’s Des Moines Register highlighting the negative effects of President Trump’s trade war.
The big picture: This isn’t the first time the state-owned China Daily has bought ad space in a U.S. publication. It has frequently done so in the New York Times and Washington Post, among others, but its shrewd targeting of the Des Moines Register appeals directly to America’s heartland, which data suggests has the most to lose from from an extended trade war.
CHINA sends a message to Trump and Ambassador Branstad by taking over 4 pages of Des Moines Register.
Advertising supplement has “news” on:
—China buying soybeans from South America due to “trade row”
—Xi Jinping’s “fun days in Iowa”
—“Beijing can set an example for the world.” pic.twitter.com/axquXHyPaz
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) September 23, 2018
China Daily, an English-language publication owned by the Chinese government, took out four pages of sponsored content in Sunday’s Des Moines Register highlighting the negative effects of President Trump’s trade war. https://t.co/KW4vveIvRG
— Axios (@axios) September 23, 2018
China released an ad in the Des Moines Register making light of “a president’s folly,” and escalating its trade war over President Donald Trump’s tariffs https://t.co/aJAPwF0oOI pic.twitter.com/ef6fdyYRX7
— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) September 23, 2018
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