Kingdom of Thailand News


Be careful investing in Forex

Alisara Mahasantana, Assistant Governor of Financial Markets The Bank of Thailand (BOT) said that persuading to invest in foreign exchange or speculate on exchange rates (FOREX) will have a good return. often a scam And it resembles a chain of exchanges with no real foreign currency transactions.

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'Vaccination passport'

Bamrasnaradura Institute Open to anyone who wishes to register for a COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate “Vaccination Passport” that will be used for international travel for people who have been fully vaccinated. With the Mor Ready app, you can pre-order from Monday 18 October 2021.

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New project in the center of Pattaya.

A grandiose project on the first line of the sea in central Pattaya

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Expansion of provinces for tourists without quarantine from November 1

The government has increased the number of pilot areas that will welcome international visitors from 1 November to 15 provinces, while the final list of 10 low-risk countries from where travelers can visit Thailand quarantine-free has yet to be determined.

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Contacts with government agencies

Useful contacts with government agencies in the Kingdom of Thailand

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Amendments to the registration of long-term visas and registration of land for foreign citizens

Amendments to the law are being considered where foreign citizens can register land in their own name

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Investments in the Kingdom of Thailand increased by 158%

Thailand’s Board of Investment (BoI) has revealed that investment applications in the first half of this year rose by 158% from a year earlier,

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Investment attractiveness in 2022 will grow

The International Institute for Trade and Development expects Thailand's foreign direct investment (FDI) to recover next year, especially for hotels, tourism and other sectors, for which the Board of Investment (BOI) has offered attractive tax breaks.

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NNT- National News Bureau of Thailand

The Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) has proposed that the government tweak laws and regulations which remain obstacles to the ease of doing business, making it easier for foreigners to stay longer in Thailand, to help to revive the economy quickly once COVID-19 infections ease.

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A meeting of the Centre for Economic Situation Administration

A meeting of the Centre for Economic Situation Administration

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Cooperation with Japanese investors

The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) reports that several Japanese companies have expressed interest in investing in clean energy projects in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC)

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Phuket 'to reopen by July'

The government is expected to give the green light today to allow tourists who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 to visit the island of Phuket without having to undergo the mandated quarantine period, starting in July.

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