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CNBC

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With CNBC in the U.S., CNBC in Asia Pacific, CNBC in Europe, Middle East and Africa, CNBC World and CNBC HD, CNBC is the recognized world leader in business news and provides real-time financial market coverage and business information to approximately 385 million homes worldwide, including more than 95 million households in the United States and Canada. CNBC also provides daily business updates to 400 million households across China. The network's 15 live hours a day of business programming in North America (weekdays from 4:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. ET) is produced at CNBC's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., and includes reports from CNBC News bureaus worldwide. CNBC at night features a mix of new reality programming, CNBC's highly successful series produced exclusively for CNBC and a number of distinctive in-house documentaries.

CNBC also has a vast portfolio of digital products which deliver real-time financial market news and information across a variety of platforms including: CNBC.com; CNBC PRO, the premium, integrated desktop/mobile service that provides live access to CNBC programming, exclusive video content and global market data and analysis; a suite of CNBC mobile products including the CNBC Apps for iOS, Android and Windows devices; and additional products such as the CNBC App for the Apple Watch and Apple TV.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Why Some Chinese Like Donald Trump

Qian Chen
CNBC
There's a range of reasons, from his history as a reality-television star to admiring his daughter's appearance.

Why China's Tech Players Are Set to Dominate

Geoff Cutmore and Saheli Roy Choudhury
CNBC
Data from International Data Corporation (IDC) showed that Huawei, Xiaomi and Lenovo were among the top five global smartphone makers.

China Banks Face Credit Risks from Ties to Wealth Management Products

Leslie Shaffer
CNBC
While WMPs offer high interest rates, it isn't always clear what assets the funds are buying to finance those payouts.

China Banks Face Credit Risks from Ties to Wealth Management Products

Leslie Shaffer
CNBC
Chinese banks are creating a web of risk through their WMPs, raising concerns about the health of the financial system.

China Exports, Imports Fall Sharply in February

CNBC
China's exports fell 25.4 percent on-year in February, while imports declined 13.8 percent, clocking far bigger slides than expected.

How Japan Sees China’s Island Building Problem

Everett Rosenfeld
CNBC
Japanese deputy foreign minister said Tokyo views Beijing's seizures and buildup on islands and reefs in the South China Sea as a "problem."

Can China and Russia Co-operate in Central Asia?

Nyshka Chandran
CNBC
Moscow has traditionally been skeptical of Beijing's expanding influence in an area that it considers its own backyard.

How China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Is Hurting Growth

Katy Barnato
CNBC
Chinese authorities' anti-corruption campaign has knocked between 1 percent and 1.5 percent off the country's gross domestic product (GDP).

Chinese Ministry Says China Has 17M Road Rage Case In 2015, As Viral Videos Attest

Huileng Tan
CNBC
China is the world's largest vehicle market, and possibly one of the world's most dangerous, if the latest figures are any indication.

Morgan Stanley: Here's What We Like in China

Leslie Shaffer
CNBC
China's economic slowdown isn't spooking Morgan Stanley, which has its eye on the mainland's "new economy."

China Is Losing Interest in Learning English

Huileng Tan
CNBC
China is losing interest in learning English, sending its proficiency in the global language of business falling ten places in a worldwide ranking.

Ailing Europe Looking for 'Chinese Medicine'

Michael Ivanovitch
CNBC
The Chinese have never seen so many European leaders beating their path to Beijing.

How Hungry Is China for the World's Food?

John W. Schoen
CNBC
China's transformation from an agrarian economy remains a work in progress.

China and Europe May Team Up to Snub TPP

Nyshka Chandran
CNBC
The world's largest trade deal in recent decades may wind up creating high school-esque cliques on the international stage.

Jack Ma to US: Quit Worrying So Much About China

Everett Rosenfeld
CNBC
"You American people worry too much about the China economy," Ma said at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting.