By Internationalliving.com In an increasingly digital world, the old idea of a physical office is quickly losing its status. For many, today’s office exists primarily on the cloud, accessible from anywhere that has WiFi — making any place in the world a potential office. International…

CanCham Thailand would like to extend its best wishes to Her Majesty Queen Regent Sirikit, the Queen Mother, on the occasion of her 87th birthday. Queen Mother Sirikit’s birthday is regarded as Mother’s Day in Thailand.     The Queen Mother has served the country and…

By Paulo Guedes Moreau In mid-November of 2018, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the 33rd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Singapore. This diplomatic action was viewed as a strategic move to uphold Canada’s commitment to strengthen economic ties with South East Asia…

The Fourth Industrial Revolution has made value chains are increasingly complex, and geopolitical trends combine with the new economic reality to shape a winning environment for forward-looking and trade-ready nations. While Canada and ASEAN enjoy a growing relationship – with ongoing exploratory FTA discussions adding…

By Paul Gambles It seems like every time I read the newspaper or watch the news at the moment, all I see is the latest on the China-US trade war. This story becomes particularly annoying when a non-expert journalist attempts to explain what’s happening and…

By Kiratika Poonsombudlert, Associate, Chandler MHM Limited In today’s business climate, the most time-efficient way to kick-start your company’s growth is no doubt by way of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). Until recently, Thai law did not impose any hurdles to market consolidation in most sectors. However,…