ASEAN “The Legacy Award” conferred on KBZ’s Chairman

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U Aung Ko Win (2nd from Right) accepts the Legacy Award presented by President of the Philippines Mr Duterte. Photo: Supplied

U Aung Ko Win, who founded the Kanbawza (KBZ) Group of Companies in 1994, one of the largest privately owned diversified group of companies in Myanmar, was awarded with the ASEAN’s The Legacy Award conferred on by the ASEAN Business Advisory Council-ABAC.
He, along with eight other renowned business leaders from ASEAN members states, was recognized at the 10th ASEAN Business Awards-ABA for their enterprises’s contribution to the region on Wednesday in Manila, the Philippines, by Mr Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Philippines.
Legacy Awardees were given distinctions for their commitment to growth, genuine development, and excellence in their national economies which significantly contributes to the ASEAN Community.
The award also marks the 50th anniversary of ASEAN.
More than 900 guests attended the ABA Gala Night and 400 delegates mainly from the ASEAN region.—Thura Lwin-Eco

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