Thai tax ruling deals blow to foreign business

Automakers are among the more than 4,500 Japanese companies operating in Thailand.

TAMAKI KYOZUKA, Nikkei staff writer

BANGKOK -- A dispute in the Thai government over interpretation of tax payment that has saddled a number of companies with additional liabilities could dampen future investment in a country that has become a key production hub.The Board of Investment and the Ministry of Finance's Revenue Department ...

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