Thailand Board of Investment Announces New 4-Year Professional Visa Program

The Thailand Board of Investment recently announced a new visa program specially designed for professionals working in highly skilled industries such as healthcare, tech, and robotics, in order to encourage them to stay in Thailand. Among other benefits, the new SMART Visa program allows foreigners to live and work in Thailand without obtaining a work permit and to check in with immigration once per year rather than every 90 days. Thailand BOI has started accepting applications for the SMART Visa program as of February 1, 2018.


Thailand Board of Investment Delegation to Attend MD&M West 2018

Thailand BOI will be sending a delegation to MD&M West, the world’s largest annual MedTech event, in Anaheim, California on February 6-8, 2018. MD&M West serves to connect advanced design and manufacturing professionals, MedTech suppliers, and engineers and provides an opportunity to identify and capitalize on new business opportunities. The Thai delegation, led by Mr. Chokedee Kaewsang, Deputy Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investment and head of its U.S. Desk, will attend to connect with MedTech industry leaders as well as promote Thailand’s strong manufacturing sector and medical device offering.


Thailand Board of Investment Announces Launch of 'Digital Park Thailand'

The Thai Government recently launched Digital Park Thailand, the country’s premier destination for digital business leaders, innovators, disruptors, and nomads. Digital Park Thailand is expected to serve as a showcase and incubator for digital businesses in the ASEAN region. Strategically located in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor, Digital Park Thailand is a new digital hub for tech titans and business innovators looking to expand operations to Thailand and the ASEAN region and enjoy the exceptional quality of life the country offers.


Thailand Extends Corporate Tax Exemption

Thailand Board of Investment is pleased to announce the expansion, effective January 1, 2018, of some of the tax incentives offered to companies seeking to establish operations in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) including the potential extension of the corporate tax exemption, by an additional 2 years, for those establishing operations within designated “Special Industry Promotion Zones” located within the EEC. The board has also extended the application submission deadline for the EEC incentive package until December 30, 2019.


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