http://www.sina.com.cn 2007年03月23日 14:10
CNBC Asia is extremely pleased to be associated with China Business Network’s Managing China. This is the first Mandarin-language show on CNBC and the first foreign-language show on any of CNBC’s three English-language channels.
There is a lot of interest in China now around the world, so Managing China runs on CNBC Asia as well as on our sister channel CNBC World, which is our American channel devoted to business and financial news from around the world.
Managing China joins a family of award-winning interview shows that includes CNBC’s Managing Asia and CNBC-TV18’s Managing India. We believe these three programs give viewers in Asia an excellent look behind the board room door at how companies are run and how executives and managers run their businesses.
在我们看来，《中国经营者》俨然已经成为CNBC的访谈类获奖王牌节目大家庭中的一员，这个家庭中还包括CNBC的《亚洲经营者(Managing Asia)》和CNBC电视第18频道(CNBC-TV18)的《印度经营者(Managing India)》。我们相信这三档节目将会为全亚洲的电视观众提供一个理性而深入的视角，从而透彻剖析公司决策层的操作内幕以及管理层的商业策略。
For CNBC Asia, it is fascinating to bring Chinese executives and Chinese businesses to the rest of the region and the rest of the world. For many viewers, it is their first time to see and listen to the CEOs of leading Chinese companies. This makes the program extremely valuable for CNBC Asia and for the viewers.
The interviews often get behind the headlines to give viewers a unique look at the challenges that face corporate leaders. The quality of the guests is excellent and the companies are interesting.
One viewer from Indonesia said he watches the show every week to learn about business. Another says he has been inspired by some of the CEOs he has seen on Managing China and Managing Asia.
Managing China allows viewers to hear about how executives make rough decisions and how they success, so viewers believe the program has helped them in managing their own small businesses. We’ve received a lot of positive viewer feedback about the show and many viewers are thankful that we added a program dedicated to Chinese executives.
Managing is a challenge everywhere, but right now in China things are changing rapidly, making managing an even more challenging. Viewers believe that hearing directly from the CEOs of some of Asia’s most successful companies helps them in their work every day. One manager of corporate resources in Malaysia said the programs helped him manage the company through a difficult transformation.
Managing China is a great addition to our schedule here at CNBC Asia.