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ANP was established to promote and advance the knowledge and skill level of the newspaper industry professionals in South East Asia (SEA) and was formed on 28th April 2010. It was incorporated in Singapore.

The group was formed for the people and by the people of the newspaper industry, and relies on the dedication, commitment, time and support of the newspaper industry community.

There were twenty five publishing companies that had participated as corporate members from the seven ASEAN nations – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, in the past annual conferences that had been organized. We hope to continue to grow this family.

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ANP Committee Board Meeting 2019

11 Jan 2019 – To kickstart our new year, the ANP committee had its first board meeting at the potential venue for this years’ conference, Intercontinental Hotel Bangkok. This is followed with a dinner meeting with Thai newspaper printers and publisher fraternity.

ANPC 2018 Transport Information

Greetings from Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur. Kindly be informed that another options of Airport transportation for your kind perusal. ERL Express Train All ERL will head to final stop “Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station”. Hotel is located opposite of “Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station” which is

NEW CHAIRMAN FOR ANP AS BUDIMAN TAKES TV ROLE

Goh Yew Soong has succeeded Andy Budiman as chairman of ASEAN Newspaper Printers following the group’s conference in September. Yew Soong, who is engineering vice president at Singapore Press Holdings, takes over after Abdy Budiman’s two-year term and follows his move from

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InterContinental Bangkok
973 Phloen Chit Road, Lumpini , Pathum Wan : Bangkok ,10330, Thailand
T:+66-2-6560444

intercon@ihgbangkok.com

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