The first issue for 2018 of the joint Norway-Asia Business Review was released on Monday, 12 February 2018. This issue focuses on women in leadership but also contain interesting articles on a number of developments in contain a number of issues including developing stories on marine garbage, the Thai canal as well as interesting developments within digitalisation. Finally we take a look at the tourism potential in southern Myanmar.
Several Norwegian Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations in South and Southeast Asia jointly issue the Norway-Asia Business Review. The magazine reaches Norwegian-related business executives and decision makers throughout the region, including the diplomatic missions as well as government ministries in Norway and Norwegian sector-based organisations, e.g. Innovation Norway and NHO. Business Review is a business magazine and the contents reflects this. The magazine focuses on Norwegian-related stories from the region and issues that have impact or interest for Norwegian related businesses. Moreover, Business Review is available in print as well as digital form through Issuu and Pressreader.
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About the Magazine
Norway-Asia Business Review is the official magazine of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce. The quarterly magazine has been in print as Thai-Norwegian Business Review since 2006 and is distributed to members, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Thailand and Myanmar, sister organisations throughout Asia and to ministries and interest organisations in Norway. The magazine is a business magazine and the contents reflects this. Each magazine has a main theme and the articles are centred around this theme.
From February 2016, Norwegian Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations in Southeast Asia jointly issue an expanded and upgraded Norway-Asia Business Review which has replaced the Thai-Norwegian Business Review. The new magazine offers advertising possibilities for regional as well as national companies throughout South and Southeast Asia.
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