INDIA-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The complex nature of the Chamber’s duties cover not only commercial but also social and cultural interests. One of the Chamber’s principal commercial activities is to help its members decide upon possible courses of investment in business and trade in Thailand. The Chamber monitors changes in government regulations affecting trade and industry and keeps its members posted with updates. The issuance of certificates of origin of goods exported by its members is another of the Chamber’s activities. Under its Articles of Association, the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is empowered to arbitrate in disputes between its members, provided the issues are brought to its attention. Read More

Events

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ABOUT US

Commerce flourished between India and Thailand long before the advent of the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce, which officially came into being in 1974, known then as the Indian Society of Trade. In 1968, an Act of parliament of the Royal Thai Government delineated the rules governing the incorporation of foreign chambers of trade in Thailand. It was this point in time of the Chamber’s history that its name was changed from the Indian Society of Trade to the India Chamber of Trade, and the body was formally registered on the 15th of January 1969.As an association committed of the furtherance of the business interests of the Thai-Indian business community, the India Chamber of Trade took on the more appropriate appellation of India-Thai Chamber of Commerce in 1944.

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The complex nature of the Chamber’s duties cover not only commercial but also social and cultural interests. One of the Chamber’s principal commercial activities is to help its members decide upon possible courses of investment in business and trade in Thailand. The Chamber monitors changes in government regulations affecting trade and industry and keeps its members posted with updates. The issuance of certificates of origin of goods exported by its members is another of the Chamber’s activities. Under its Articles of Association, the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is empowered to arbitrate in disputes between its members, provided the issues are brought to its attention.

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The complex nature of the Chamber’s duties cover not only commercial but also social and cultural interests. One of the Chamber’s principal commercial activities is to help its members decide upon possible courses of investment in business and trade in Thailand.

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It can, therefore, be truthfully stated that the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is amongst the oldest, if not actually the oldest, foreign trade chamber in the Kingdom of Thailand.The land on which the Chamber stands today was gifted by Mr. A.E. Nana, founding patron of the Nana family, and the foundation stone laying ceremony in 1960 was presided over by the Indian Ambassador to Thailand, His Excellency Sardar Naranjan Singh Gill

MESSAGES

Message from H.E. Mr. SS Phool
India’s ‘Look East’ policy is meant to improve business relations with   South-East Asian countries. Thailand, being one of the most important   South-East Asian countries with which India is having trade relations   since ages is now at the cusp of India-Thailand Free Trade Agreement   and bilateral investment treaty. A humongous growth of business   between the two nations as per the Free Trade Agreement is   imminent.Consistent efforts on the part of leaders of the two countries will provide an impetus to the business relations. India also wants Thailand to take part in the development of sectors like infrastructure, electronics, automotive, hospitality, health care and consumer goods by availing the opportunities provided by Make in India, Digital India, Skill India and other initiatives.

Amidst this developing scenario India-Thai Chamber of commerce (ITCC) is trying to culminate excellent business relations between the two countries, since its inception in 1974 ITCC has been playing a substantial role in strengthening the bilateral relations. The foundation of ITCC rests on the pillars of business growth between the two nations.

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Message from H.E. Mr. B S Bishnoi, Ambassador of India to Thailand. 
“I am happy to learn that the India-Thailand Chamber of commerce is launching a new website. ITCC Since its establishment in 1974, has played important role in supporting the development and expansion of indian companies in Thailand as well as strengthening the India-Thailand Economic and Commercial Relations. It is one of the more successful chambers of India abroad. ITCC has worked closely with the embassy of India in Bangkok and partnered with us in strengthening the Bilateral relations.”

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Message from H.E. Mr. Anil Wadhwa, Ambassador of India to Italy, former Ambassador to Thailand.
“I am glad to know that the India Thai Chamber of Commerce is launching its own website. I have interacted with the membership regularly during my tenure as Ambassador to Thailand between 2011 and 2014 and I found it always a wonderful experience. The activities of the Chamber need to be publicized so that more people can learn about the activities of the Chamber and contribute by attending the events. I wish the India Thai Chamber all success in the launch of this web site”

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Certificate of Origin

A certificate of Origin (often abbreviated ro CO) is document used in international trade.A Certificate of Origin (often abbreviated to CO) is a document used in international trade. It traditionally states from what country the shipped goods originate, but “originate” in a CO does not mean the country the goods are shipped from, but the country where there goods are actually made. This raises a definition problem in cases where less than 100% of the raw materials and processes and added value are not all from one country. An often used practice is that if more than 50% of the sales price of the goods originate from one country, that country is acceptable as the country of origin (then the “national content” is more than 50%). In various international agreements, other percentages of national content are acceptable.

BOARD, SUB COMMITTEES & STAFF

Mr. S.S. Phool
President

  • Mr. S.S. Phool
    President
  • Mr. Souvik Roy Chowdhury
    Vice President
  • Mr. Harsh V. Sethi
    Honorary Secretary
  • Mr. Jaimal Thakral
    – Honorary Treasurer
  • Mr. Davinder Singh Saluja
    Executive Director
  • Mr. Raju B. Manwani
    – Executive Director
  • Mr. Ravi Sehgal
    – Executive Director
  • Mr. Gaurav Kejriwal
    – Executive Director
  • Mr. Karan Singh
    – Executive Director
  • Mr. Amit Lal Singh
    – Executive Director
  • Mr. Ajit Mehta
    – Executive Director
  • Mr. Hiran Jain
    – Executive Director

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  • Mr. Raju B. Manwani
  • Mr. Gaurav Kejriwal
  • Mr. Amit Lal Singh
  • Mr. Jai Shankar Mukharjee
  • Mr. Samson Prakash Masih
  • Mr. Jaimal Thakral
  • Mr. Sovik Roy Chowdhary
  • Mr. Raju B Manwani
  • Mr. Ajit Mehta
  • Mr. Ravi Sehgal
  • Mr. Davinder Singh Saluja
  • Mr. Ajit Mehta
  • Mr. Sovik Roy Chowdhary
  • Mr. Raju B Manwani
  • Mr. Amit Lal Singh
  • Mr. Karan Singh
  • Mr. Sovik Roy Chowdhary
  • Mr. Ajit Mehta
  • Davinder Saluja
  • Raju B. Manwani
  • Mr. Bobby Rishi
    – Executive Manager
  • Mr. Shiv Narain Singh
    – Assistant Officer
  • Ms. Suporn Yooruanngam
    – Senior Accountant 
  • Ms. Sirapat Puttchoo
    -International Trade and Economic Analyst
  • Mr. Raveewat Wongyaovarat
    – Marketing & Online Social Media Executive

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Membership

One of the important constituents of the Chamber is to find ways to
benefit the members in their business. With a view to bringing
members together, we introduce a  “Members Card Privilege”
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CONTACT US

India Thai Chamber of Commerce

No. 13, Sathorn Soi 1, Thungmahamek Sathorn, Bangkok, Thailand, 10120

662 679 7720