Qian Chen is a Singapore-based TV reporter with CNBC. Qian provides daily market updates for CNBC's Mandarin content, including CNBC Business Daily, which airs on China's CCTV. She also contributes to CNBC.com, covering Chinese markets and other China-related issues.
Prior to joining CNBC, Qian worked as a TV reporter and anchor for Wall Street Multimedia, based at the New York Stock Exchange.
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