Representative Office in Thailand is governed by the Foreign Business Act and may be established by foreign entities wishing to investigate business and market opportunities here.
While the scope of business of a Thai limited company is generally unlimited, a representative office provides a limited number of service to its head office, an affiliated company or a group company located aboard.
A representative office has the following characteristics:
Setting up a representative office in Thailand is possible, but the process is complicated and bureaucratic. Therefore, it is advised to engage the services of a Thai law firm to assist you with the entire process.
At Antares, our team of experienced lawyers provide consultation and guidance when considering to open a representative office in Thailand. We assist you in every step, making sure you comply with Thailand Foreign Business Law.
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