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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...

Nova Platinum hosts the BCCT

Following the current trend, the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) invited both the American Chamber (AmCham) and the Australian Chamber (AustCham) to join...

AFG celebrates its 5th birthday at the Amari

The Automotive Focus Group (AFG) celebrated its 5th birthday with a stylish party held in the Amari’s Ice Bar.  All the four past...

BCCT goes for the Pullman experience

The British Chamber of Commerce (BCCT) held their latest meeting at the Pullman Aisawan Resort on November 18.  With all the traffic jams...

New committee for the Automotive Focus Group

The dynamic Automotive Focus Group (AFG) held its annual general meeting last week at the new Hilton Pattaya, and with its very popular...

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