If you’re in the business of selling to large organizations or governments, you know exactly how difficult and time-consuming it can be to work your way through the bureaucracy and reach the right decision-makers. The task is even more challenging if you’re targeting foreign governments. How…

The Investment Cooperation Program (INC) provides support to Canadian businesses making responsible investments in developing countries. In 2011-12, it contributed $3.9 million toward the cost of feasibility studies, technology transfers, and the planning and implementation of human resources and environmental plans related to such investments….

Businesses, like explorers, know that there are many paths through the jungle to success. But there are also many traps along the way that can jeopardize any international business venture.

By Yuen Pau Woo and Erin Williams During June 2011, Canada held its annual dialogue with the ten-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), a process for which Thailand is serving as the main liaison. The Canada-ASEAN Dialogue is a chance for all the dialogue…

CANADA cannot afford to ignore ASEAN and will need to relay on the Canadian business community in Thailand to play an integral part of Canada’s overall engagement, H.E. Mackenzie Clugston, Ambassador to ASEAN, says. ASEAN integration has been proceeding at a steady and sustained pace…

By: Logan St. John-Smith Last fall, the Embassy of Canada in Bangkok, in partnership with the TCCC, lead a trade and investment delegation to Laos. This mission deepened the growing presence of Canadian firms in a market that, while full of potential, is one of…

On Saturday September 3, three vans, full of TCCC members and friends, left Mechai Viravaidya’s PDA complex on Sukhumvit Soi 12 to plant trees in the village of Baan Nong Phai located in Buriram’s Baan Nong Phai district. Being a Canadian road trip, the first…