Legal requirements for e-commerce businesses in Thailand

Overview of e-commerce laws and regulations in Thailand, BOI requirements, taxation. #e-commerce



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The blank share transfer agreement

Blank share transfer agreements are widely used in Thailand’s legal industry. They seem to be convenient but disrespect Thailand’s laws. They are, therefore, void when they are blank and even void after they are completed.



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International Headquarters: Tax benefits and BOI promotion

This post explains the International Headquarters and International Trading Center legislation and how to find out, whether this opportunity can be utilized for an efficient tax structuring in Southeast Asia. #ihq



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The small business acquisition in Thailand

Overview of legal issues on small business acquisitions in Thailand. The investment structure for the turnkey business. Corporate Due Diligence. Professional services to acquire a small business.



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Future-proofed foreign property acquisitions in Thailand

How to diligently acquire a villa or undeveloped land in Thailand through a Thai Co., Ltd. with a Thai majority partner.



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The Representative Office in Thailand

Effective from 09.06.17, the Ministry of Commerce issued a ministerial regulation facilitating the set-up of a representative office. #repoffice





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Seven deadly sins: The status quo of Thailand’s Foreign Business Act

FBA: The laws and regulations of Thailand’s foreigner legislation should never be underestimated. However, they can and should be carefully managed and seven deadly sins should be avoided.



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Thailand 4.0

Thailand 4.0: Value based economy with an emphasis on research and development, science and technology, creative thinking, and innovation.



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The pledge of shares

The share pledge scheme is of underestimated complexity. This post names and shames the tools and modules to quasi-protect the foreign investor by a pledge of the shares of the Thai partner.



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Preference shares in a Thai Co., Ltd.

In a foreign direct investment in Thailand a properly designed preference share structure is helpful to fulfill the requirements under the Foreign Business Act. However, ill advised reverse preference shares are harmful.



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