The US-Thai Treaty of Amity allows American citizens and businesses to maintain majority ownership in their Thai companies, without needing a Foreign Business License. It also enables them to engage in activities that would otherwise be restricted by the Foreign Business Act. Companies registered under the treaty can take advantage of Thailand’s regional trade agreements. […]

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A Representative Office is the ideal business entity for a foreign company that’s exploring the market in Thailand. It can be 100 percent foreign-owned and is not taxable under the Foreign Business Act. However, it is only allowed to perform non-revenue-generating activities and cannot accept purchase orders or offer sales, or negotiate for carrying out […]

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Thai Limited Company Registration is a key step in establishing your business. This process involves filing a Memorandum of Association, holding a statutory meeting, and registering your company with the government for tax purposes. The MoA contains the company name, its province of registered office, its objectives and the share structure. It must be signed […]

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