Lex Mundi Guide To Doing Business In Thailand 2017.
Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - Thailand - Banking & Finance - Insolvency & Restructuring - Tax - Labour & Employment - Regulatory & Compliance - Corporate/M&A
5 May, 2017
As part of its membership in Lex Mundi, Tilleke & Gibbins has published an updated edition of its Guide to Doing Business in Thailand for 2017.This guide offers a broad introduction to all of the key factors for starting and operating a business in the Thai market. Issues covered include:
- Investment incentives
- Financial facilities
- Exchange controls
- Import and export regulations
- Structures for doing business
- Limitations imposed by the Foreign Business Act
- Insolvency and bankruptcy
- Labor and employment
This publication forms part of a series of Guides to Doing Business prepared by Lex Mundi member firms in more than 100 jurisdictions worldwide. The guides serve as a useful resource tool when planning an international business strategy or researching a new market.
To read the Lex Mundi Guide To Doing Business In Thailand 2017, please click here.
For further information, please contact:
Kobkit Thienpreecha, Partner, Tilleke & Gibbins