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Annual General Meeting 26 April 2018

NTCC Annual General Meeting 2018 - Please block your diaries for the evening of Thursday 26 April for our yearly AGM and Networking Event, which will start at 18.00 hrs. in The Westin Grande Sukhumvit Hotel. After the discussions and election of the new Board of Directors (all candidates will present themselve in a short pitch), there will be an opportunity to expand your business network at the informal networking event, which will follow the AGM.







McKinsey&Company new regional trends in the ASEAN countries

Management consulting firm McKinsey&Company analyses macroeconomic trends, financial markets and government and policy in the ASEAN countries. External trade volumes in ASEAN maintained a strongExternal trade volumes in ASEAN maintained a strongperformance last year, with many countries recordingdouble-digit export growth. Exports surged by 17.6 percent year on year in January, while imports spiked by 24.3 percent.The growth in exports was the fastest in more than five years, asglobal demand remained robust. See the full report for in-dept analyses.



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ASEAN Insights: Regional Trends - December 2017

A concise overview of economic trends in ASEAN; including economic data, consumer trends, per-country summaries. Click below for the full report.

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Note on a country-by-country view on shifting geopolitics in the region.

With the recent APEC, ASEAN and East Asia Summits along with President Trump’s first major trip to Southeast Asia, Vriens & Partners has prepared the attached note to provide a country-by-country view on shifting geopolitics in the region. Please click the button for the full report.



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Joint Chambers Luncheon: “2018 Prospects for Thailand Tourism"

On Wednesday 15 November “2018 Prospects for Thailand Tourism and Tourism Ministry's Plan", a Business Luncheon with special guest speaker H.E. Ms. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Minister of Tourism and Sports Thailand was hosted. 
Khun Kobkarn gave an update on the future direction of Thailand Tourism and the Tourism Ministry’s plans for 2018, as well as the extent to which it will affect business in Thailand both in public and private sectors. Presentation slides can be found below.



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