Thailand has been a consistent recipient of Chinese investment for some time, and its geostrategic position has made it an important destination for many Chinese investors.
Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) offers a range of tax and non-tax incentives to foreign companies making investments in the country. In this article, we discuss the various tax and non-tax incentives on offer for foreign investors in Thailand.
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