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The AFG looks at start-ups

The very active Automotive Focus Group (AFG) held their latest meeting in the Holiday Inn’s auditorium in their ‘workshop’ area with the post-event in...

AFG completes a successful year

The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) held their AGM during January 2016, recording another very successful year, despite downturns in some sections of the auto...

AFG mesmerized by Voranai Vanijaka

The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) celebrated their events year with an address by noted columnist Voranai Vanijaka, one of the most straightforward and straight...

AFG debates the future

The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) showed last weekend that it is truly a forward looking organization, with a panel debate on pressing subjects affecting...

Continental Automotive speaks to the Automotive Focus Group

The very active Automotive Focus Group (AFG) invited Thomas Chambers, MD Continental Automotive Thailand to address the group’s May meeting, held at the Nova...

AFG looks at Business Process Improvement

The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) appears to be growing almost as fast as the automotive industry itself, with new members every meeting. The...

Australian Automotive Envoy visits Eastern Seaboard

John Conomos, the Australian Automotive Industry Envoy, came to Thailand for the Australian Auto Week, visiting many companies on the Eastern Seaboard, and addressing...

AFG paints itself green

The September discussion in the Automotive Focus Group (AFG) was opened by the president, James Beeson, who introduced the speaker Uli Kaiser of...

AFG looks at coping with the technical workforce shortage

The very active Automotive Focus Group (AFG) on the Eastern Seaboard which is now over 100 members, held their monthly meeting at the Shibuya...

AFG goes motor racing

The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) on the Eastern Seaboard had a very different networking evening at the end of April.  Being a ‘stand-alone’...

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