In this week's episode, CNBC's Christin Tan speaks to Emirsyah Satar, President and CEO of Garuda Indonesia, who is widely regarded for saving the airline from bankruptcy nine years ago.» Read More
With Indonesia's banking sector facing slower loan growth and tightening liquidity, CNBC's Christine Tan speaks to Budi Gunadi Sadikin, CEO of Bank Mandiri, to find out how he is managing the headwinds for the country's biggest player by assets.
Indonesia's rising energy consumption is driving record profits at Pertamina, but the state-owned oil-and-gas giant is facing many challenges. In this week's Managing Asia, CNBC's Christine Tan speaks exclusively to one of Asia's most powerful woman, Karen Agustiawan, President Director and CEO, Pertamina.
After India’s growth rate halved over the past few years, the worst is finally over, says ICICI Bank CEO.
CNBC's Kaori Enjoji speaks to the the CEO of Fuji Heavy Industries, Yasuyuki Yoshinaga, exclusively, about the firm's production growth.
Kent Wong, managing director of Chow Tai Fook, says people are still willing to buy jewelry despite a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
In this segment of Managing Asia, Christine Tan goes inside one of the largest public-listed companies in Singapore, ST Engineering, to talk to award winning CEO Tan Pheng Hock.
In an exclusive interview, Christine Tan asked Ratan Tata, the billionaire behind India's Tata Sons, whether Tata paid too high a price for Corus.
Tata Motors' Nano may have been a consistent flop in India, but the former chairman of parent and conglomerate Tata Group still has high hopes for the world's cheapest car.
In this segment of Managing Asia, Christine Tan speaks to one of Taiwan's best known designers, Jamei Chen.
Christine Tan speaks to JC Tsou, Chairman of China Steel, about the firm's leadership style.
This week on Managing Asia, Christine Tan speaks to a Loretta Yang and Chang Yi - the people behind Asia's first crystal glass workshop.
As Managing Asia continues its special series on Taiwan, CNBC's Christine Tan speaks to the boss of the world's largest manufacturer of bikes, Tony Lor of Giant Bicycle.
Managing Asia continues its special focus on Taiwan this week in an interview with the chairman of the island's biggest steel producer, China Steel.
Kicking off a special series from Taiwan, Christine Tan speaks to Jonney Shih, Chairman of Asus about how the firm is surviving in a sector that's struggling with razor-thin margins.
HTC is against the idea of a takeover, said Cher Wang co-founder and chairperson, which reported its first-ever quarterly loss on Friday.
How is competition between airlines impacting Taiwanese carriers? Christine Tan speaks to Austin Cheng, president of Taiwan's second-largest carrier EVAAIR.
In this segment of Managing Asia, Christine Tan speaks to Thai hospitality pioneer Chanin Donavanik, MD & CEO of Dusit International, about why he's investing heavily in human capital.
Software giant SAP has made over $12 billion from takeovers in three years but what happens once co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe steps down next year?
Famed Japanese architect Tadao Ando talks to CNBC's Christine Tan about his creative vision. He discusses how the global economy is affecting his business.
James Yau, Founder and MD at Grocorp talks to CNBC's Christine Tan about his plans to build a sustainable agriculture business.
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