“The Commerce Ministry had opened an online channel for juristic person registration [e-registration] since April 2018 that offered 30 per cent discount on the registration fee compared to the walk-in registration fee at branch offices,” she said.
“About 4 per cent of registrations were done online, so the Cabinet has agreed to offer a bigger discount to attract new entrepreneurs,” Ratchada said.
“Furthermore, the Cabinet also agreed to extend the discount period by three years, from the original December 31 deadline. Therefore, the 50 per cent discount on the registration fee will be offered until the end of 2023,” she said.
“This campaign is part of an effort to increase the efficiency of government services by streamlining the process and driving us toward becoming a digital government,” Ratchada added.
Published : December 09, 2020
By : THE NATION