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August 3, 2015


Keeping the value of your small business high is important, as if you intend to sell it at some point in the future, you will want to get as much as possible out of it. Here are five ways for

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Doing business is not a static endeavor. A good business model respects the dynamic aspects of doing business which mainly means that revenue generation is supposed to be recurring rather than inconsistent. Depending on a business type and size there

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  The investment climate is expected to improve further as Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) introduced “Seven-Year Investment Strategy” on January 1, 2015. The new policy initiative implements tax and non-tax incentives for Thai domestic and overseas investment. The main

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The tourism sector is one of the fastest growing industries in the ASEAN region. Based on UNWTO statistics, the tourism sector has grown on average 6.3% annually from 1995 and the same average growth rate is expected to be maintained

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The biggest obstacle to setting up a foreign company in Thailand is the restrictions imposed by the Foreign Business Act (FBA) and the Civil and Commercial Code. Under the FBA, if a company’s majority of shares are held by foreigners

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Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) constitute the backbone of the Thai economy as around 90% of total enterprises registered in the country are SME. They represent the key to the success of the ASEAN Economic Community integration as well as

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Setting up a company in Thailand usually takes several weeks and the specific rules and procedures vary with the type of business structure that one chooses. The common business structures are: partnership, private limited company, public limited company, joint venture

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Oil and Gas have been two main workhorses of economies for most of modern history. Being able to secure supply of energy resources has been at the core of economic success and sustainable growth. Southeast Asia is not an exception.

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ASEAN economic integration brings many opportunities for a new business venture in Thailand. On the other hand, it presents new challenges that include higher price and non-price competition on the market. Some newcomers will succeed while others will fail. If

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New opportunities arise for Thai business as the process of creating a single economic market under the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will be completed this year. The objectives and process of regional economic integration is similar to the objectives and

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