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Providers of digital platforms are now required to register with the Electronic Transactions Development Agency (“ETDA”) and disclose company information annually.
Thailand is striving for electromobility! The new BOI subsidy package, marketed as “EV 3.5”, is intended to help Thailand produce at least 30 percent of all vehicles produced as “zero-emission” e-models by 2030. With the new subsidies for e-cars, up to 100,000 baht grant, lower consumption tax and reduced import duties, the country will become the center of electromobility in Southeast Asia. Yet the promotion of electromobility in Thailand is not only an opportunity for growth, but it also comes with challenges.
“If you sweat you work” Based on this satirically exaggerated principle, the Thai legislature requires a work permit for any activity that requires mental or physical exertion, regardless of whether it is paid or not.
Misleading or simply false information on the internet about new visa types such as the ‘Work-From-Thailand-Visa’, or “remote work” for foreign employers has led to confusion regarding the unchanged need for a work permit for Thailand.
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