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Thailand Company Registration: Capitalization and Requirements

What type of business entities can be incorporated in Thailand?

Businesses can be incorporated as sole proprietorships, limited and unlimited partnerships, private limited companies, public limited companies, and branch, representatives, and regional offices.

How much capital is required to assemble a company in Thailand?

The minimum capitalization for a Thai company is 100,000 baht however this is generally the lowest amount of capitalization required. An international company with foreign shareholders normally requires a registered capital of 2,000,000 baht, in order to support a visa and work permit for a single non-Thai national. However, in order to obtain a license for certain business activities, normally a greater capitalization amount may be required.

How long does it normally take to incorporate a company?

The amount of time required for incorporation in Thailand depends on the type of company that is incorporated and whether the company is incorporated under the treaty of Amity or the BOI. A basic company can be incorporated in as few as 2-3 days.

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