EV technology is now emerging as an environment-friendlier alternative, opening up various new opportunities for businesses. In this newsletter, we discuss certain legal concerns business operators need to take into account when operating an EV business in Thailand. Read more…
On 25 August 2022, Suriyong Tungsuwan, Noriko Sakamoto, Keerati Saneewong Na Ayudthaya, Chana Sooppipat, Varutt Kittichungchit spoke at our webinar “Charging Forward: Thailand’s EV Industry Outlook 2022” to share insights on the current legal landscape of the EV industry in Thailand and opportunities that lie ahead for investors.
The year 2022 marks a noteworthy year for a quantum leap in Thailand’s electric vehicle (EV) market. In this newsletter, we take a look at what to expect in Thailand’s EV space, along with what has been happening during the first half of 2022, including the new tax rates for EVs, EV-related investment promotion, and efforts and collaboration among public and private sectors. Read more.
The Thai Cabinet has agreed to consider the proposed implementation plan for the short-term EV incentive scheme (2022-2025) which will include the exemption or reduction of import duties and excise tax, and conditional subsidies for electric passenger vehicles, electric pick-up trucks and electric motorcycles. Read more
In our fifth article of the CASE Automotive series, we will focus on how EVs will change the industry landscape and how the fast-developing EV trend will find its right place in Thailand. Read more
This second article of the CASE series discusses the “C” of CASE, Connected cars. Connected cars have diversified potential of features and are expected to provide smarter solutions to consumers. On the other hand, the increase in data communication in connected cars makes it important to be aware of relevant laws and regulations.Read more
The automotive industry is one of the most disrupted industries in the past decade. The current generation of automobiles have become much “smarter” with technological advancements. Challenges and disruptions boil down to “CASE”, which stands for Connected cars/Autonomous driving/Shared mobility/Electrification.This time, we would like to introduce the status of public and private CASE initiatives, including legislation in Thailand.Read more