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Month: May 2017

Comments to a Halt

Update June 9, 2017: Technical Update – and the Comments are Back! I have closed the possibility to comment on my posts, effective from yesterday. The reason is a huge amount of spam which I so far have removed manually so it never reached you, dear reader. The amount of spam messages have increased heavily
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Update Real Estates: Packaging to an end? / Slutet för paketering av fastigheter?

I’m continuously commenting news related to my book on real estates (Fastigheter) here on the blog. Today’s update is about a possible two-step stop for tax planning by packaging real estates in limited companies before selling them. Since both the legislations are related to the Swedish tax environment, I’ll comment the news in Swedish further
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Meeting Democrat Party of Thailand

In my post Eventful AGM 2017 for TSCC Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce I told about how Mr. Korn Chatikavanij, representative of the Democrat Party of Thailand and former Finance Minister of Thailand, gave an inspiring speech on “Thailand 4.0: The Rice of a Stagnant Nation?” and how we exchanged contact informations afterwards. I promised you a
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Meeting Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

Following my Guest lecture at AIT on March 17, 2017, I was invited to a meeting about future possibilities on March 31, 2017. At my guest lecture on March 17 I met Mr. Ravinath Herath (to the right), Senior Administrative Officer at the AIT. He took the initiative for this meeting and set up the
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Eventful AGM 2017 for TSCC Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce

On March 30, 2017 the Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce (TSCC) held it’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2017 at Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit, Bangkok. It was an eventful evening, starting with the formal AGM session but followed by a delightful dinner sponsored by SAAB and Husqvarna, during which the main attraction of the evening Mr. Korn Chatikavanij,
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Weeks in Stockholm

Finally getting on with the blog again, after way too long absence. I blame my silence on a huge amount of activities, not a lack of them. Sadly Stockholm got most of the international attention last month due to a terrorist attack, but the fact remains that this city has a lot to offer. That’s
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