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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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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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