For many Taiwanese multinational firms, an expansion of their mainland China operations is “not on their radar”, but they are also not leaving. Instead, they are staying put while searching for new opportunities elsewhere. Illustration: Perry Tse
For many Taiwanese multinational firms, an expansion of their mainland China operations is “not on their radar”, but they are also not leaving. Instead, they are staying put while searching for new opportunities elsewhere. Illustration: Perry Tse
China trade

Taiwan’s multinationals are expanding from Malaysia to Mexico as they tread water in mainland China

  • An expansion of mainland operations among Taiwanese firms is ‘not on their radar’, as zero-Covid policy and geopolitical tensions fuel their shift away from China
  • But even as they expand operations elsewhere in Asia and even as far as North America, Taiwanese investors still intend to keep their positions on the mainland

For many Taiwanese multinational firms, an expansion of their mainland China operations is “not on their radar”, but they are also not leaving. Instead, they are staying put while searching for new opportunities elsewhere. Illustration: Perry Tse
For many Taiwanese multinational firms, an expansion of their mainland China operations is “not on their radar”, but they are also not leaving. Instead, they are staying put while searching for new opportunities elsewhere. Illustration: Perry Tse
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