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Government Involvement in Thailand’s Human Resource Development

To promote the training and human resource development in certain high-value industries, BOI is giving extensive tax and non-tax incentives to qualified investors who contribute to human resource development. Find out under which conditions these can be obtained.

Government Involvement in Thailand’s Human Resource Development2019-07-25T09:26:23+00:00

Proposed Legislation to Allow the Creation of Private Trusts in Thailand

The Private Trust Bill was proposed to promote wealthy Thai families to maintain their prosperity in the country. This benefit will also be extended to any foreign private wealth or family office interested in diversifying their investment portfolio into Thailand.

Proposed Legislation to Allow the Creation of Private Trusts in Thailand2019-07-25T09:26:52+00:00

Thailand International Business Center Promotion

Thailand has introduced a new promotion: the International Business Center. We have summarized below the allowed activities and requirements those who plan to apply for this promotions should be aware of and the incentives they are entitled to receive.

Thailand International Business Center Promotion2019-07-25T09:27:18+00:00

Cannabis is Now Legal in Thailand for Medical Use and Research

Cannabis is now legal in Thailand, but under which restrictions? We have summarized below some of the considerations that those who are planning to invest in the production, distribution, and possession of cannabis in Thailand for study and medical purposes should be aware of.

Cannabis is Now Legal in Thailand for Medical Use and Research2019-07-25T09:28:15+00:00

Directors’ Duties and Liabilities

The directors of a private limited company are considered the lawful representatives of the company and, in performing their role, they are bounded by the same directors’ duties and liabilities, regardless of their nationality. We have summarized here their key duties.

Directors’ Duties and Liabilities2019-07-25T09:29:20+00:00

Softer Penalties for Work Permit Violations

Starting with 1st of July 2018, the foreign workers and their employers in Thailand that are not complying with their work authorization regulations are subject to softer penalties. We have summarized here which are these penalties.

Softer Penalties for Work Permit Violations2019-07-25T09:29:42+00:00
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