Thailand’s government approved new amendments to the country’s Civil and Commercial Code (CCC) aimed at improving the business climate.
Thailand began allowing selected international arrivals from July 1, 2020, as the country began easing its lockdown measures.
The Thai government has issued stimulus packages worth 22.4 billion baht (US$718 million) to revitalize the country’s tourism industry.
ASEAN Briefing explains the incentives issued by Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) for manufacturers of medical equipment in the country.
The Thai government has approved draft legislation that will allow the country to impose VAT on international digital service providers.
We introduce Thailand’s investment opportunities and assess its potential as a China plus one location.
The Thai government issued its third COVID-19 stimulus package on April 7, 2020, valued at 1.9 trillion baht (US$58 billion).
The Thai government granted visa extensions for foreigners unable to leave the country due to the nationwide lockdown. Read on to learn more.
The Thai government issued its second stimulus worth 117 billion baht (US$3.56 billion). Read on to learn more.
On March 4, 2020, the Thai government issued Phase One of the incentives to counter the COVID-19 outbreak.