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The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1996 with the aim of facilitating increased trade and investment between Thailand and Norway. It provides members with a forum to improve business conditions and opportunities as well as creating venues and channels for exchange and sharing of information. Current membership stands at around 80 premium and corporate members in addition to some 20 individuals.
The Chamber office is co-located with Innovation Norway's representative office in Bangkok's central business district and also works closely with the Royal Norwegian Embassy as part of Team Norway. Through its membership of the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand, the Chamber identifies challenges and opportunities in doing business in Thailand, seeking support in Thai Government policies
to address such issues. The Thai-Norwegian Business Review Magazine is issued four times per year. Business Review features interesting articles about business, trade and life style in both Norway, Thailand and the neighbouring countries. It is distributed free to the members and other contacts. The Chamber website www.norcham.com contains news and information about the latest Chamber activities and useful intelligence within business and trade in Thailand.

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EVENTS

21
MAR
2017

Annual General Meeting 2017

Mark your calendars! Annual General Meeting 2017 Date:...
26
JAN
2017

The Best Ever Seafood under the Stars coming up

The best ever Seafood under the Stars at the Norwegian...
23
JAN
2017

Economic Affairs Officer: Job opening at Royal Norwegian Embassy

Economic issues lie at the heart of Norway’s...

BUSINESS REVIEW

NEWS & MEMBER OFFERS

03
FEB
2017

Amendment of BOI Act and New BOI laws

The Investment Promotion Act B.E. 2520 (BOI Act) was...
01
FEB
2017

Thailand: New Law on Interest Overcharging

The first enactment of Thailand’s Interest Overcharging...
23
JAN
2017

Economic Affairs Officer: Job opening at Royal Norwegian Embassy

Economic issues lie at the heart of Norway’s...

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