The Economist 'Where Do You Stand?' by AMV BBDO

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The Economist has launched three new executions for its 'Where Do You Stand?' poster ad campaign

Three double posters ask if trying to slash immigration is a good or a bad idea, whether or not Britain should give up trying to be a global power, and if China is a threat or friend to the West.

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Released: 16 June 2011

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Credits

Client
Caroline Marrows, The Economist

Creative Agency
AMV BBDO

Copywriter
The Economist

Creative Team
Colin Jones and Clive Pickering.

Planner
Magali Barreyat-Baron

Media Agency
PHD

Exposure
Outdoor

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