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CCTV President Jiao Li Meets with the President of CNBC

07-08-2010 14:36 BJT

On June 17,CCTV President Jiao Li met with President of CNBC Mark Hoffmann.

Jiao Li introduced CCTV Finance Channel and expected the programs jointly made by CCTV Finance Channel and CNBC to be well-received, and wished the two channels to conduct more in-depth communication and cooperation in various fields.

Hoffmann thought that the establishment of CCTV Finance Channel reflected that Chinese society is paying more attention to financial markets, and the cooperation between CNBC and CCTV Finance Channel is a great start. He indicated that CNBC is willing to conduct more extensive cooperation with CCTV.

CCTV Finance Channel has reached an agreement with CNBC (Asia-Pacific) to jointly produce the program “Daily Financial News” targeting the Asia-Pacific market. The program is to be broadcast on June 24.

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