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Advantages of BOI Promotion

This article gives you basic information about the advantages of BOI (Thailand Board of Investment) promotion which offers to foreigner investors the incentives to start or expand their business into Thailand. The incentives are based on chapter 3 ‘Rights and Benefits’ of the Investment Promotion Act1, where there are two main incentives, tax-based and [...]

By |2022-06-15T09:08:58+07:00June 15, 2022|Business and Commercial Law|

Introducing to Thailand Arbitration

This article introduce you basic information about Thailand Arbitration which include overview, jurisdiction, governing law, Languages and Document and arbitration representative. Arbitration is often used to resolve commercial disputes, particularly those involving international commercial transactions, that because business disputes not only needs a legal experts to deliver a judgment or decision in the case [...]

BOI Offers 5 Years Tax Exemption On Tourism Industry

Phuket is a magnet for tourism, very many attractions, the tourism industry in Phuket are always hot and BOI (Thailand's Board of Investment) promotion of Tourism business are always mutually beneficial to investments.  This article provides addition information to BOI's website, contains all types of Tour business Phuket-based (Thailand-based) which applicable for BOI promotion. [...]

Mortgage in Thai Law

This article provides you with essential information about Mortgage which is one type of collateral or security for debt repayment, whether it is a land, a house, a condominium, a factory, a warehouse or other buildings. On one hand, it is a stable guarantee because the creditor is still entitled to be paid although [...]

By |2022-05-15T07:05:17+07:00March 30, 2022|Business and Commercial Law|

Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) 2022

From the 1st January 2022, Thai financial institutions will be required to collect and share financial account and tax information with the Thai Revenue Department in order to comply with the automatic exchange of information (AEOI) requirements set by the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (MAAC). In 03rd June 2020 in [...]

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