Thursday, 12 January 2017
CCTV News Content Coverage for 12 January 2017 - Free access for all broadcasters
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Expected coverage for 12 January 2017:
1. USA-Trump/Press Conference
New York: CCTV+ will cover the news on incoming U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference.
CCTV+ will follow up with the latest on the relations between the United State and Russia.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and Australia from January 12 to 17.
4. S Korea-Ban Ki-moon
The Former UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon will return to South Korea on January 12. CCTV+ will focus on whether he would run for president.
5. China-Tax/Annual Meeting
Beijing: Chinese Taxation Administration will hold an annual meeting on January 12.
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