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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 50 premium, corporate and individual members. The chamber office is co-located with Norway Connect’s office in Bangkok’s central business district and also works closely with the Royal Norwegian Embassy as part of Team Norway.
NEWS(See more news on news page) Yara Growth Ventures is one of five major international heavyweights that is investing NOK 170 million in the Norwegian technology company Hydrogen Mem-Tech. With the... Read More Since 2019, the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (TNCC) and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Bangkok have joined hands with Trash Hero Bangkok and Starboard, one of our premium members, to... Read More SCG joins forces with Microsoft to drive complete digital transformation, delivering customer experiences with intelligence, agility and beyond through innovations for the future. SCG, one... Read More EFTA parliamentarians keen on fostering trade with Thailand. The EFTA Parliamentary Committee (EFTA PC) undertook a four-day official visit to Thailand from 5 to 9... Read More On the occasion of the visit of the EFTA Parliamentary Committee to Bangkok from 5 to 9 September 2022, Mr Conradin Rasi, Chargé d’Affaires a.i.... Read More Thailand and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) are stepping up efforts to forge a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). A parliamentary committee of the EFTA led... Read More Tilleke & Gibbins, a corporate member of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce, has been named the winner in three categories of the Asian Legal Business (ALB)... Read More On August 26, 2022, Thailand’s National Wage Committee voted to raise the minimum wage to Baht 328 – 354 per day (USD 9.01 – 9.72)... Read More
EVENTS(See more events on events page) as well as on the Event Calendar. Seafood under the Stars is an annual event held in the garden of the Norwegian Ambassador’s residence in Bangkok. Fresh...Read More.. The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (TNCC), in collaboration with the German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC) and other foreign Chambers in...Read More.. The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (TNCC), in collaboration with the Franco-Thai Chamber of Commerce (FTCC), the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce...Read More.. The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (TNCC), in collaboration with Thai-Nordic Association (TNA), SWEA (Swedish Women’s Educational Association), Danish Women's Network and...Read More.. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 > >>
CALENDAR<<September 2022>>MTWTFSS29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 1718 19 20 2122 232425 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 24 NovSeafood under the Stars 202212 OctGTCC Multi-Chamber Training: Implementing Psychological Safety with Multi-Cultural Teams in South-East Asia11 OctSustainability for Business Forum 2022: Technology as Enabler24 SepCrayfish Party 202223 SepEEC Business Forum 2022: Showcasing BCG Model Concept within the EEC
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JOINT FOREIGN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE IN THAILAND
Through Thai-Norwegian Chambers of Commerce’s membership of the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand and Thailand’s Board of Trade, the chamber identifies challenges and opportunities in doing business in Thailand, seeking support in Thai Government policies to address such issues. This includes interaction with key stakeholders in Thailand relevant to the business community such as the Board of Trade, the Thai Customs Department, The Immigration Department, The Revenue Department and the Board of Investment as well as providing access to top officials in the Thai administration.
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