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Global private banks eye Thai windfall after sweeping tax change

A sweeping change to tax rules in Thailand could drive more of the Southeast Asian country’s burgeoning wealth into the hands of foreign private banks and asset managers, according to bankers and lawyers. Starting 1 January 2024, Thai residents who intend to bring foreign-sourced income into the country have to pay personal income tax of up to 35% upon remittance,…

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