The Economist provided sympathetic coverage of a Chinese tech giant widely considered a national security risk without disclosing the publication's lucrative business relationship with the firm that spanned nearly a decade.
"The Economist provided sympathetic coverage of a Chinese tech giant widely considered a national security risk without disclosing the publication's lucrative business relationship with the firm that spanned nearly a decade," via
I remember this absolutely hilarious special issue of the Economist when they said the way that the United States should respond to China's technological rise was to prepare to handover the keys to the world.