Inward Investment

Foreign Investment

Thailand generally welcomes and encourages foreign investment, but there are some limitations and restrictions on inward investment in certain industries and sectors. The main laws and regulations governing foreign investment in Thailand include the Foreign Business Act and the Investment Promotion Act.

Treaty Of Amity

The Treaty of Amity is an international treaty between the United States and Thailand with the object to promote trade, commerce, cultural understanding and reciprocal legal rights between the countries. The treaty provides Thai and American nationals the right to operate in the other parties’ country with equal rights as those of the nationals of the country.

Foreign Business Act

The Foreign Business Act (FBA) is a significant piece of legislation in Thailand that regulates foreign investment and business activities in the country. It outlines the conditions, restrictions, and requirements for foreign businesses operating in Thailand.

Board Of Investment

The Board of Investment (BOI) in Thailand is a government agency responsible for promoting and facilitating foreign investment in the country. It offers various incentives and privileges to foreign companies that meet certain criteria and invest in targeted industries.