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Overview of Business in Thailand

:: Import and Export Regulations
:: Labour Regulations
:: Workers Compensation
:: The Board of Investment (BOI
:: Factory Licensing & Regulations
:: Factory Operations & Expansion
:: Intellectual Property
:: Trademark Protection
:: Trademark Registration

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Business in Thailand - Trademark Protection

The Trademark Act B.E. 2534 provides protection for four kinds of marks as following:

:: Trademark means a mark used or proposed to be used on or in connection with goods to distinguish the goods, for which the Trademark of the proprietor of such trademark is used, from goods under another Trademark.

:: Service Mark means a mark used or proposed to be used on or in connection with services to distinguish the services of the proprietor of such service mark from services under another person's service mark.

 

:: Certification Mark means a mark used or proposed to be used by the proprietor thereof on or in connection with goods or services of another person to certify the origin, composition, method of production, quality or other characteristics of such goods or to certify the nature, quality, type or other characteristics of such services.

:: Collective mark means a trademark or service mark used or proposed to be used by companies or enterprises of the same group or by members of an association, cooperative, union, confederation, group of persons or any other state-owned or private organization.
Registration Procedure

A trademark application must be completed by the proprietor or his agent, in Thai, and filed with the Trademark Office on official forms. The proprietor or his agent must have a place of business or address in Thailand at which he can be contacted by the Trademark Office.

If the Trademark Office deems the Trademark Office deems the trademark registerable, and provided that no opposition to the trademark arises within 90 days of its publication in the official journal, the Trademark Registrar will grant a trademark registration.

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