Thai-U.S. Bilateral Relations: Benefits and Challenges

November 23, 2021

Tractus Thailand Consulting Manager Arunrat Chumroentaweesup explains, “American firms enjoy two significant benefits. First, US entities are permitted to maintain a majority shareholding or to wholly own a company, branch office or representative office located in Thailand. Second, US companies are permitted to engage in business on almost the same footing as Thai firms and are exempted from most of the foreign investment restrictions imposed by the Foreign Business Act.” Continue reading her article for the Asia-Pacific Bulletin produced by the East-West Center in Washington, D.C. below.

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