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Registering a company in Thailand in 2020

Key benefits of doing business in this jurisdiction:

  • A stable economy;
  • A developed banking system;
  • The positive attitude of the authorities towards foreign investment;
  • Foreign entrepreneurs have the opportunity to register a company in Thailand remotely;
  •  A multinational corporation may open a branch in Thailand;
  • The income, earned outside of Thailand, is not taxed.

A cost of registering a business is from €5900

A company registration period is from 5 days

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Registering a company in Thailand, as well as opening an account with a Thai bank will be a great idea for a startup in 2020.

Thailand is an independent Asian state, occupying territories in the north of the Malay Peninsula and in the southwest of the Indochina Peninsula. The capital is Bangkok. An official language is Thai. The country's currency is Thai Baht (THB).

The main sectors of the economy are: an agriculture, a food industry, a tourism, a light industry, an extraction of natural resources (gas, oil), an automotive industry.

Thailand is a member of the ASEAN, APEC, BIMSTEC, ICRC, Asian Development Bank and other international organizations.

Key features of a jurisdiction

Those, who are going to register a company in Thailand, are invited to familiarize themselves with a list of key advantages of the Kingdom:

  • a stable economic growth;
  • a solid political position;
  • a good ecology;
  • an affordable pricing policy;
  • a high level of development of medicine;
  • the availability of available labor resources;
  • the interest of authorities in attracting foreign capital;
  • a flexible tax system;
  • an opportunity to purchase an existing company in Thailand;
  • DTA agreements with more than 48 countries in Europe and Asia.

If you want to open a company in Thailand remotely, we recommend you to consider the following business areas: services, a hotel business, a furniture industry, a trade, a food production, a restaurant business, IT technologies.

Types of business in Thailand

Those, who wish to set up a company in Thailand firstly will need to decide on the most acceptable form of economic activity. The following types of business exist in Thailand:

  • Private Entrepreneur (SP);
  • Partnership (GP/ LP);
  • Public Limited Company (Public LC/Private LC);
  • Representative Office (RO);
  • Branch (B).

To open a Thai company, many foreign entrepreneurs choose such forms as: General and Limited Partnerships (GP/LP), as well as a Joint Stock Company (Public LC).

Registering a Thai company

In order to establish a company with 100% foreign capital in Thailand, you will need a confirmation from the Regulator.

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If you intend to open a company in Thailand and open an account with a bank in Thailand, then you will need to fulfill the following conditions of the local Regulator:
  • A unique name of the company in Thai or English in 3 versions (the end indicates: Ltd/Corp/Co);
  • A number of directors is from 1 or more (only individuals of any residency status);
  • A number of shareholders is from 3 or more (individuals/companies, residents/non-residents);
  • A presence of a registered office;
  • Obtaining tax ID;
  • Obtaining a Thai business license;
  • Accounting and annual reporting is required;
  • Conducting an audit.
Taxes in Thailand

If you intend to register a company in Thailand remotely, then first study all subtleties of taxation of the Kingdom. For legal entities in Thailand, the following tax obligations are provided:

  • A standard income tax is 20% (a reduction to 2% is possible). Companies with an annual turnover of 300 thousand to 3 million THB pay a tax at a rate of 15%.
  • Companies, whose income is less than 300 thousand THB do not pay a tax.
  • A VAT is 7% (a reduction of the rate and full exemption from a tax are possible).
  • Dividends - 10%;
  • Interest - 1%;
  • Royalties - 3%
  • A stamp duty - 1%.
Starting a business in Thailand

If you are interested in registering a company in Thailand, then the most optimal solution would be to use services of IQD Consulting specialists. Our lawyers will help you to solve the following problems: to get a detailed information about the features of doing business in your chosen jurisdiction, to open a corporate account in Thailand as soon as possible, as well as draw up registration documents.

  • The information outlined in the article is actual at the time of its publication.
  • Please refer to our specialists for checking possible solutions for your business.
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