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E-Commerce business is now legally recognized and protected in Thailand under the Electronics Transaction Act. E-commerce encompasses a wide range of activity, such as Business-to-Business (B2B), Business-to-Consumer (B2C), or Business-to-Government (B2G). An E-Commerce license is required to operate an online business selling goods or services involving electronic transactions in Thailand. The licensee can be obtained quite quickly but requires the website to be final.


  • Website name

  • Description of the goods or services being sold on the website

  • Start date on which the website began operating (application should be made within 30 days from the start date)

  • Method of payment for customer purchases

  • Evidence of the domain name registration from the internet service provider (ISP)


  • Advise on all required documents and the application process for the E-commerce license

  • Application submission

  • Accompany representatives of the client in interviews with the district office

The time frame of the process can take up to 6 weeks to complete.​

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