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|Taiwan is an ideal location for multinational enterprises to grow their businesses into other emerging markets in Asia. Taiwan has a mature and stable development of capital markets, encouraging the participation of international funds for overseas distribution.||
This video shows how Taiwan has become one of the wealthiest regions in Asia. Many say it depends too heavily on Chinese trade. So, how powerful is Taiwan exactly?
This section explores the various aspects of doing business in Taiwan.
In recent years, Tainan City has been vigorously building an outstanding investment environment to carry out various projects to help local economic development. Through this video, understand Tainan's past and the city's future.
This section explores the economics and infrastructure in Taiwan.
Taiwan’s initial industrialization was spurred by the growth of textile factories and companies that produced light manufactures, such as small appliances, footwear, and athletic equipment. Companies subsequently moved to manufacture semiconductors and electronic equipment, including radios, television sets, and computers.
By the mid-1980s, Taiwan had become one of the world’s largest producers of computers and computer peripherals. It also succeeded in establishing steel and ship-building industries.
This animation video explains the business practice and etiquette in Taiwan culture.