1. Either licensees or certificate grantees under the Treaty must have the minimum capital as prescribed in the ministerial regulations i.e not less than 25% of the average per year of three year estimated expenditure. For instance, estimated expenditure on the average per year of three year estimated expenditure is 100 million Baht. Hence, the minimum capital is 25 million Baht. Therefore, if the company, which is registered in Thailand, has a registered capital less than 25 million Baht, it has to increase its capital. Meanwhile, in the case where the company not registered in Thailand, 25 million Baht have to be remitted into Thailand.
2. No required minimum capital for certificate grantees under the Investment Promotion Certificate.
3. The followings are the conditions for the foreign licensees to be comply with:
3.1 the ratio of the capital and loans to be used in the permitted business is 1:3. i.e. while capital is 100 Baht, business loan can not be exceeding 300 Baht.
3.2 at least one of foreign directors must have domicile in Thailand.
3.3 the minimum capital must be kept up until stop operating a business in Thailand i.e. the minimum capital can be retained in various forms such as fixed assets or current assets.
4. Certificate grantee under the Treaty must comply with the conditions specified in the Treaty.
5. Certificate grantee under Investment Promotion Certificate must comply with the conditions specified in Investment Promotion Certificate.