Authorities in Thailand and abroad are increasingly coordinating investigations and enforcement of antitrust and competition laws.
The scope of trade competition laws in Thailand has also recently widened with new laws now imposing administrative penalties in addition to criminal penalties on companies and their directors and management for certain breaches, which may also result in civil damages claims being pursued. This changing regulatory framework creates a perilous operating environment for companies considering their M&A strategy or looking to trade and expand into new markets without infringing competition laws.
Siam Premier’s Antitrust and Competition team has local expertise in Thai trade competition law and also acts as Thai counsel representing Thai corporations in multijurisdictional antitrust and competition investigations and proceedings abroad.
We understand our clients’ businesses and industries, and provide solutions that align with our clients’ commercial objectives while protecting their interests. We have recently represented clients in significant cross-border competition matters in the aviation, transport and logistics market sectors.
We have strong working relationships with Thai regulators, and regularly liaise with the Office of the Trade Competition Commission in relation to trade competition inquiries and matters.
We advise on all aspects of antitrust and competition law in Thailand, including: