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CNBC-TV18 to telecast ABLA awards 2004 winner special

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MUMBAI: CNBC-TV18 will present a two-part special featuring interviews and highlights from the Asia Business Leader Awards 2004, which were held recently at Shanghai on 25 May 2004 . The theme for the awards was "Defining Success through Leadership".

Amongst the Asia awardees is Infosys CEO and MD Nandan Nilekani who bagged the prestigious Corporate Citizen of the Year award.

The business channel will be airing the awards ceremony in a two-part special. While the part one will air on Saturday, 5 June 2004 at 10:00 am and 8:30pm, part two will feature on Saturday, 12 June 2004 at 10:00am and 8:30pm.

Besides Nilekani, other winners to be featured on the programme include Philippiness Globe Telecom Inc CEO Gerardo Ablaza Jr for Asia Business leader of the year and CEOs' Choice of the year, Steve Chang of Trend Micro Incorporated, which was founded in California, headquartered in Japan for the Innovator of the Year award andDatang International Power Generation Co. Ltd CEO Zhai Ruo Yu for China CEO of the Year, says a company release.

The two-part special will provide viewers with important insights and strategic philosophies from the ABLA 2004 winners, who were selected following an intensive three-phase judging process.

The first half-hour special starts off with a look at some of the challenges in doing business in China, and how companies like Hopewell Highways and Noble Group have benefited from the boom.

Financial experts Marc Faber, Enzio von Pfeil and Puru Saxena will be sharing their insights on their definitions of leadership and a well-led company. The winners special will also explain the judging process in picking this year's winners, says the release.

The concluding episode will offer insights into business in China, from companies like Flextronics and consultants, Accenture. CNBC will also speak with TPG NV's worldwide chairman and CEO, Peter Bakker.

CNBC Asia Pacific, vice president, news programming, and member of the Awards' judging panel Cynthia Owens said: "As a business news and information channel, organising the Asia Business Leader Awards has given us unprecedented access to some very interesting stories on corporate leadership and success. I am confident that our viewers who themselves play influential roles in their companies' businesses will gain valuable insights and philosophies from this line-up of special programmes."

    

      

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