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Thailand overview

| South East Asia country | Parliamentary constitutional monarchy | Member of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)| Thai baht (THB) currency | Civil (statutory) law legal system | Free-enterprise economy with pro-investment policies – 2nd largest economy in South East Asia | Double taxation agreements with more than 60 countries | Thai and English speaking

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Reasons For Doing Business in Thailand

International Business Centre (IBC) company regime

Tax incentives for investments into specific industries

Lower corporate income tax rate of 15% for low paid-in capital companies (up to 5mil. THB)

More advantages​

  • Tax incentives for foreign direct investments (FDI) in specific industries (Board of Investments (BOI) scheme) and special economic zone (SEZ),
  • Dividend tax of 10% for dividends received from Thai company,
  • No tax on dividends received by Thai company from another Thai company or foreign company if Thai company holds at least 25% shares for at least 3months/6months before dividends distribution,
  • Losses to be carry forward for 5 years,
  • No thin capitalization and controlled foreign company (CFCs) rules,
  • No wealth tax,
  • Inheritance tax of 10%/5%, gift tax of 5%.

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Thailand’s new law on Foreign Income for Tax Residents

Previously, Thai tax residents were taxed  only on their foreign-sourced income if it was brought into Thailand within the same tax year. However, starting from January 1, 2024, foreign-sourced income brought by Thai residents into Thailand will be subject to Thai personal income tax irrespective of when it was brought into Thailand.