We are an innovative matchmaking platform that represent the common interest of Latin American and Southeast Asian business in promoting bilateral trade, investments and collaboration between the regions.

LatAmCham is a non-profit and non-governmental organization registered in Singapore under the Ministry of Home Affairs.

  • MATCHMAKING
    We bring together a network of companies and individuals, in order to develop business opportunities.

  • INFORM
    We see business as part of a holistic framework where business opportunities are connected with economic and socio-political knowledge of the region.

  • ADVOCACY
    We promote the interests of Latin American business people in Singapore and the region by means of advocacy and collaboration.

  • COOPERATE
    We work together with key public and private institutions in Singapore and Latin America. We multiply results.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Latam Networking Luncheon
Vamos and join our monthly networking luncheon
Date: Friday 31st August 2018
Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Venue: Coming soon
RSVP

LATAMCHAM GALA BALL “I’M LATINO”

Price: $300 Members / $350 Non-Members / Table 10pax $3,000
Date: Saturday 29th September
Time: 7pm – 1am
Venue: Regent Hotel
RSVP at info@latamcham.org

More coming up @ LatAmCham

Flight to Fantastico!! at Paragon Shopping Mall, an introduction to Latin America

Invest Ecuador and visit of Minister of Foreign Trade & Investment of Ecuador

Ecuador Exquisito

NEWSLETTER

May 2018 – READ MORE HERE

Singapore, Brazil ink avoidance of double taxation pact

Singapore commodities companies head to South America

Coloplast will construct a modern plant in Costa Rica

Can Cuba’s Miguel Diaz-Canel complete Raul Castro’s economic revolution?

April 2018

China and South Korea seek trade agreements with Mercosurina and South Korea seek trade agreements with Mercosur

Pacific Alliance Slated to Begin Welcoming Associate Member Nations in July

Chilean Economy Minister Says Chile “Open for Business” (Bloomberg)

US Commerce Secretary: Trade with Latin America Could Grow

March 2018

11 nations say CPTPP strong signal against protectionism after signing revamped trade deal without US

Trump to make first visit as president to Latin America

Google brings free WiFi to Mexico, first stop in Latin America

Brazil central bank stimulates banking sector

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