While the company will likely see slower growth this year as China's economy cools, the quality of growth will be better, says Wang Jianlin, chairman of Dalian Wanda Group.» Read More
As the world clamors for a slice of the burgeoning Chinese market, Malaysian pewter maker Royal Selangor believes China holds the key to innovation.
CNBC's Christine Tan speaks to the fourth-generation leaders behind the world's largest pewter maker Royal Selangor about their expansion plans in the mainland.
Once the ailing part of a family business, Singapore-listed Eu Yan Sang International, is in the pink of health.
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The CEO of Australian oil and gas producer Linc Energy said the firm does not regret switching its share market listing from Sydney to Singapore.
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After years of disappointing results, Hong Kong Disneyland saw its first profit in 2012 and the key to its financial turnaround is expansion.
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Fashion label Raoul's plans to go global got a royal boost when Britain's Kate Middleton donned its pieces during her visit to Singapore in 2012.
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Two years after leaving the food and beverage industry, Singaporean Lee Meng Tat is now living a wild life – quite literally.
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While global luxury brands are stepping up the battle for Asia's shoppers, Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe prefers to keep things slow.
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Lui Che Woo, founder and chairman of Galaxy Entertainment, runs six casinos in Macau but he told CNBC that gambling isn’t really his cup of tea.
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Friday, 6 March 2015
Anchor Christine Tan
Chinese real estate billionaire Wang Jianlin has grabbed the world's attention with his headline acquisitions into cinemas, hotels and a Spanish football club. This week, Christine Tan gets up close with Dalian Wanda Group's Chairman, China's richest man, to find out more about his global entertainment ambitions, and whether he can truly create a Hollywood in China.
"Managing Asia" is the Asia Pacific region's ground-breaking interview programme featuring CEOs, entrepreneurs and other business leaders. Hosted by award-winning anchor Christine Tan, the show looks at what makes the region's corporate titans and top entrepreneurs tick.
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