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  • Thailand Country Commercial Guide – Labour Policies and Practices

    In 2016, Thailand’s formal labor force was 38.3 million, or more than 56 percent of the population. Reported unemployment rates are well below full employment, at 1.0 percent ov...

  • Decree No. 117/2010/ND-CP on the organization and management of the special-use forest system

    This Decree provides for the organization and management of the special-use forest system in Viet Nam in order to conserve the forests’ ecosystems and biodiversity, as well as t...

  • Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act B.E. 2535 (1992)

    To amend the law on wildlife conservation and protection.

  • Forest Plantation Act B.E. 2535 (1992) and Revisions

    There shall be added a definition of “Forest by-product” between the definitions of “Plant” and “Sign” in section 3 of the Forest Plantation Act, B.E.2535 (1992).“ The land whic...

  • National Profile on Occupational Safety and Health of Thailand, 2012

    The main purpose of this report is to summarize the ongoing OSH situations and statistics, national policy and action plan for OSH development of the country, as well as to faci...

  • Constraints on People’s Participation In Forest Management in Thailand

    It is an article about constraints to participation of local population in the forest management in Thailand.

  • Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora – Thailand’s Management Authorities competent to grant permits

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  • Thailand’s New Transfer Pricing Guidelines

    Transfer pricing refers to the sale of goods or services between branches of a company or subsidiary companies to a parent enterprise, and most countries instate some form of tr...

  • ‘More Valuable than Gold’: Thailand’s Fight to Save the Siamese Rosewood

    Dalbergia cochinchinensis, otherwise known as Thailand Rosewood or Siamese Rosewood, is an ancient hardwood found in the countries of the Mekong region, namely Thailand, Cambodi...

  • Occupational Safety and Health Management among Five ASEAN Countries: Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore

    Occupational safety and health is one of important issues for workforce movement among ASEAN countries. The objective was to study laws, main agencies, and law enforcement regar...

  • Land Development Act B.E. 2551 (2008)

    This Act aims to address policy making and planning of the utilization of lands to suit the condition of soil and to conform to the category of the classified land.

  • CITES Biennial Report - Thailand

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  • Agricultural Land Reform Act B.E. 2518 (1975)

    This Act improves concerning rights and holding of agricultural land, including allocation of places for living on such agricultural land, whereby the state bri...

  • Allotment of Land for Living Act B.E. 2511 (1968)

    The government shall have the power to do allotment of state land so that the people may have a site for housing and carry on occupation in a fixed place of such land ...

  • Forest Act B.E. 2484 (1941)

    To modernise the law on forests;

  • 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report: Thailand

    Thailand (Tier 3*) is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. Victims from neighboring countries, ...

  • The Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) Process in Central and West Africa: From Theory to Practice

    The present study is intended to document and foster strategic reflection in partner countries already engaged in negotiating a VPA – or those who will be entering into such neg...

  • Thailand 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report

    The report provides a human trafficking profile in Thailand, as well as recommendations and the state of prosecution, protection, and prevention in the country.

  • Summary of the labor force survey in Thailand: December 2015

    The survey results in December 2015 showed that there are population, aged 15 years and over, of about 55.41 million persons. Of these 39.16 million were in the lab...

  • Value Added Tax

    Information about Value Added Tax (VAT) in Thailand. VAT has been implemented in Thailand since 1992 replacing Business Tax (BT). VAT is an indirect tax imposed on the value add...