Advance Blog

January 7, 2022

Mazars in Thailand’s guidebook, ‘Doing business in Thailand’, provides a thorough and insightful overview for those interested in investing in Thailand


Topics covered include:

  • General information,
  • Regulations on foreign investment,
  • Government incentives,
  • Business organisations available to foreigners,
  • Setting up and running business organisations,
  • Corporate taxes,
  • Personal taxation,
  • Double Taxation Agreements,
  • Sales, VAT and other taxes,
  • Portfolio investment for foreigners,
  • Trusts, and
  • Practical information.

The Mazars guide to doing business in Thailand is completely free of charge to you. Simply click on the link below to download your copy.

Rob Hurenkamp
Rob Hurenkamp, RA, is the Managing Partner of Mazars in Thailand, and the monitor of Mazars’ operations in Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Myanmar.
Blake Dimsdale
Blake Dimsdale, CA, is a British qualified Chartered Accountant and an Audit Partner of Mazars Thailand. He is the Audit Line of Service Leader, with overall responsibility for oversight of Audit engagements and operations.
Jonathan Fryer
Jonathan is an ICAEW qualified chartered accountant focused on providing business advisory and outsourcing services to owner managed businesses and international organisations operating in Thailand and Asia.
Chatchawat Kriengsuntikul
Chatchawat Kriengsuntikul heads up the Legal Practice of Mazars (Thailand) Ltd. He attained a LLB and LLM from Chulalongkorn University in 1997 and 2001 respectively.

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