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Biz Asia reporter Haidi Lun

11-17-2011 11:33 BJT

Haidi Lun is an anchor and reporter for BizAsia. She presents the nightly market segment, connecting with analysts, market players and correspondents from the major financial centers of the world. Based in Beijing, Haidi brings together exclusive interviews, in-depth analysis and insights from Hong Kong to New York.

Haidi Lun

Haidi also reports on the world of finance and investment, as well as the latest economic and consumer news in China. Her reporting at BizAsia has encompassed interviews with leading global CEOs and business leaders, from Starbucks founder Howard Schultz to British financier Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild. Haidi specializes in reporting in China's rapidly-evolving retail space, as well as the country's investment environment.

Prior to joining CCTV-News, Haidi was a commercial lawyer in Australia. She graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts, majoring in History and Political Science. She is also a published writer and photographer.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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