China responds to Pelosi's Taiwan visit with new sanctions

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Published 2022-08-05
CNBC's Eunice Yoon joins 'Squawk Box' to break down the latest sanctions China is taking against the U.S. for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent visit to Taiwan. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: cnb.cx/2NGeIvi

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All Comments (21)
  • Correction: The missiles landed in Japan's EEZ and not Japan's water territories. And that part of Japan's EEZ is still under international water.
  • Purple Blue
    When Kitana isn't competing in Mortal Kombat, she works a day job as a CNBC journalist.
  • OrbitOnceAround
    Thank you, Kitana. Coming up, meteorologist Hanzo Hasashi will be back with the report on the nationwide heatwave after these messages.
  • Laynie
    Don't worry: whatever sanctions she receives she and her husband will make back from all the stock tips she received from this trip.
  • Kingfisher
    They playing with Japan as well , even if they are ranked higher that’s a fight that china doesn’t want. If everyone keeps flinching at eachother eventually someone is gonna throw the first blow. I hate to see all this happening especially when it’s the people who will suffer the most not the government.
  • Miguel Robb
    Kitana defeated Shao Khan and said “screw it” and decided to be a part time reporter afterwards.
  • Ask Imee
    My heart goes to the ordinary people. Sad.
  • A Little Wheiser
    Does ANYONE even know why she went there? She’s either there to make herself rich with some insider trading OR she is literally trying to start WW3.
  • Michael Ha
    I'm actually interested in what the cutoff in talks regarding drug trafficking will look like. Does that mean there is no more co-operation and China will look the other way when it comes to illicit fentanyl from China to US?
  • weichengcn
    What do you expect? You are directly challenging a major power's core interest.
  • omi3000
    Do more business with countries south of the border. Doing that makes the continent stronger and tackles immigration at the same time...
  • “To be America’s enemy is dangerous but to be it’s friend is deadly.” - Henry Kissinger

    I’m sure Europe knows.
  • tony 47
    Those cut off “talks” is hilarious. As if both sides gave each other 100% information before 😂
  • Def Blinders
    Just as she ended her live report, a Tarkatan tried to sneak up from behind and attack her so Kitana instantly drew her fan and cut his head off. Flawless Victory. FATALITY.
  • Matt G
    It's about time we begin to bring back manufacturing to the US. Allowing the Chinese to have control over us via products, pharmaceuticals, etc is very foolish.
  • Chris Lucas
    The fact is the missiles didn't land in Japanese water, it is an area only Japan claims as an economic zone, but it isn't recolonized by others countries.
  • Cinnamon
    Never thought I'd see Kitana reporting the news. Interesting times we live in
  • M D
    Americans' confidence in two facets of the news media -- newspapers and television news -- has fallen to all-time low points. Just 16% of U.S. adults now say they have "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in newspapers and 11% in television news. Both readings are down five percentage points since last year.
  • steve chi
    I honestly wonder why she thought it was a good idea to do something others in her postion have avoided for 25 years. . it's one thing to be controversial in domestic...but on international front dealing with governments......it's literally none of your business...besides that, it's literally asking for trouble, for all citizens involved both sides