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To register a company in Thailand, you’ll need to follow specific procedures, including obtaining a Thai business license, registering with the Ministry of Commerce, and meeting capital requirements. Contact us for detailed guidance.
Some industries have restrictions on foreign ownership. It’s crucial to understand Thailand’s Foreign Business Act and seek legal advice for compliance.
Businesses in Thailand are subject to corporate income tax, value-added tax (VAT), and specific business taxes. Tax rates and requirements vary. Seek professional advice for accurate guidance.
Generally, foreigners cannot own land in Thailand. However, there are legal ways to secure land use, such as long-term leases and setting up a Thai company.
The timeline varies based on the business structure and location. It can take several weeks to a few months. Contact us for a detailed timeframe based on your specific circumstances.