Susan Li is a general assignment reporter appearing during CNBC's Business Day programming and based at CNBC Global Headquarters in the United States.
Previously, Li was an anchor for CNBC International in London and earlier in Hong Kong hosting "Asia Squawkbox" and "Worldwide Exchange". She also served as host of "First Class," CNBC International's luxury travel show.
Li has interviewed some of the world's key business and political figures such as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and LVMH's Bernard Arnault. She has also reported on and covered events such as the 2012 US Election, Hurricane Sandy, and the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Prior to joining CNBC, she was with Bloomberg Television, serving as the network's main anchor in Asia as host of "First Up with Susan Li." The show won Best News Program at the 17th Asian Television Awards, at which Li was also Highly Commended as Best Anchor.
Li began her career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. She later joined China Central Television's CCTV International as an anchor based in Beijing.
Li has a Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Toronto, Canada.
CNBC's Susan Li provides a preview of McDonald's quarterly results.
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The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee says hearing the Republican Convention rallying cries to throw her in jail 'felt very sad.'