Law aims to tax internet firms
Thailand is in the process of amending the e-transactions law to mandate gigantic internet advertising firms such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Line create a legal entity. The move aims to tackle government revenue loss for online advertising, which is estimated to be more than 5 billion baht per year.
Read more here: Bangkok Post – Business News
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