Setting up a representative
office in Thailand.
- Sourcing of goods and services in Thailand for the head office
- Checking and controlling the quality and quantity of goods or services purchased or commissioned in Thailand by the head office
- Marketing and disseminating information concerning new goods and services of the head office
- Report of business activities in Thailand for the head office
- Must only engage in non-revenue generating activities
- No authority to accept purchases, place orders, or to make offers for sale directly within Thailand
All expenditures incurred by the representative office must be borne by the head office
- It is not subject to corporate income tax, in accordance with the Revenue code except interest on deposit of remitted funds
Must only engage in non-revenue generating activities
- All required application forms will be in Thai language issued by the Ministry of commerce. The application must be signed by the appointed representative manager. If a foreign manager is appointed, the application must be signed in person in Thailand.
- The registration and representative license will be completed and issued within 15-20 working days once completed documents are submitted