Why a Local Registered Company Is Important For Those Doing Business in Thailand

A locally registered corporate entity is virtually a necessity for those foreigners wishing to do business in the Kingdom.

Thailand Work Permits: New Penalties for Illegal Employment

Newly promulgated legislation creates new penalties and enhances some old penalties associated with unauthorized foreign employment.

The Board of Investment (BOI) and the Thailand 4.0 Initiative

The Thailand 4.0 initiative is being undertaken with assistance from the Thai Board of Investment (BOI)

Things to Think About Before Becoming a Teacher in Thailand

Teaching in Thailand can be rewarding, but there are many legalities to consider.

Labor Department Regulations Pertaining to Work Permits Changing

The rules and regulations pertaining to Thai work authorization are in a state of flux.

What is the Difference between Thai Business Visa and Work Permit?

There is some confusion about the difference between a work permit and a business visa in Thailand.

Comparing Amity Treaty Companies With BOI Companies

Thai Companies certified pursuant to the US-Thai Treaty of Amity have different regulatory compliance requirements as well as attributes compared to companies formed under the Thai Board of Investment (BOI).

Thailand Business Law: Formalities Regarding Shareholders

In Thailand, relevant corporate law requires that Thai companies maintain a minimum number of shareholders.

Labor Officials in Thailand Mull the Possibility of Revising Foreign Occupational Restrictions

Thai Labor Ministry officials have broached the subject of possibly changing the restrictions on the types of work that foreign nationals are restricted from performing in the Kingdom of Thailand.

Third Country Nationals and US-Thai Amity Treaty Companies

Citizens or Nationals of countries other than the USA are not permitted to be on the board or list of shareholders of companies with Amity Treaty certification.