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Mar
28

Advocacy Update: Newly Elected Automotive Working Group Chairman

EABC would like to congratulate a new chairman of Automotive Working Group, Mr. Michael Grewe, President&CEO of Mercedes-Benz )Thailand Ltd. Appreciation towards hard work and grateful contribution in past 2 years for the EABC Automotive Working Group are expressed to our previous chairman, Mr. Peter Wolf, who will terminate his […]

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Mar
18

EABC President’s Exclusive Interview with the Nation

EABC President, Mr.Rolf-Dieter Daniel (Staedtler Thailand) gave The Nation an exclusive interview on Thailand’s political situation and how it effects the on-going Thai-EU FTA negotiations:

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Feb
28

Calling for Interests on new EABC Advocacy Working Group/Sub-Working Groups

EABC Working Groups serve as a forum for discussing common issues as well as for taking initiative and action with the aim “to interact as […]

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Feb
04

EABC President featured on POST TV by Post Today

On 18 January, the POSTTV by Post Today, recognising EABC as a representative of European businesses in Thailand, interviewed President Rolf-Dieter Daniel on the Thailand […]

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Jan
23

Calling for Industry Feedback on the Proposed Commission Communication “Strengthening the Role of the Private Sector in Achieving Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries

The EU Commissioner for Development Mr Andris Pielbalgs has started the preparation for the Communication on “Strengthening the Role of the Private Sector in Achieving Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries” to be adopted in the first semester of 2014.

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Jan
23

Calling for Industry Feedback on the Proposed Commission Communication “Strengthening the Role of the Private Sector in Achieving Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries

The EU Commissioner for Development Mr Andris Pielbalgs has started the preparation for the Communication on “Strengthening the Role of the Private Sector in Achieving Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries” to be adopted in the first semester of 2014.

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