Taiwan's government has been pulling out the stops to lure hi-tech companies back from China, in what has become a key part of its economic agenda. Robot maker, Techman, has been helping its parent company Quanta Computer return to Taiwan. Photo: Cissy Zhou

Taiwan manufacturers come home from China, as trade war feeds into economic debate at election

  • Government in Taipei has rolled out the red carpet for manufacturers looking to avoid US-China trade war tariffs, acting as a boost to the economy
  • Economic impact of returning companies a cause of debate in Taiwan’s election campaign, with opposition party the Kuomintang claiming it has been exaggerated
Topic |   Taiwan elections 2020

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Taiwan's government has been pulling out the stops to lure hi-tech companies back from China, in what has become a key part of its economic agenda. Robot maker, Techman, has been helping its parent company Quanta Computer return to Taiwan. Photo: Cissy Zhou
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Cissy Zhou

Cissy Zhou

Cissy joined the SCMP in 2019. Prior to that, she has been a producer at BBC News and investigative reporter at CaiXin Media. She is interested in China's politics and economy.