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Thailand Company Registration

If you are considering the prospect of establishing a Thailand branch of an existing company or starting a new business in Thailand, there are numerous factors to consider and decisions to make, particularly if you wish to proceed in accordance with Thai company law.

You will need to decide what form of business entity to establish. In Thailand, businesses can be incorporated as sole proprietorships, limited and unlimited partnerships, private limited companies, public limited companies, branch offices and representative and regional offices. Although there are numerous "business consultant" services providing company registration services, it is sensible to take advice from a professional licensed lawyer.

There are numerous laws that will affect you and your company in Thailand (and abroad). Merely filling out forms without the knowledge of the application of the law can lead to serious complications and other problems.

Company Registration Thailand FAQs:

 
Can I run a business in Thailand?
 Is "nominee" a dirty word?
How can I have a foreign owned business?
Are Amity Treaty companies a good option for US citizens?
 How can a Thailand company purchase land?
I want to go into business in Thailand, how do I get started?
   
 
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Before taking any legal action, persons are advised to seek the advice of a lawyer qualified in the area of law concerned.)
     
 

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