The Taiwanese capital of Taipei. Companies from Taiwan were some of earliest offshore investors in mainland China, but increasingly they are looking to expand at home. Photo: Reuters The Taiwanese capital of Taipei. Companies from Taiwan were some of earliest offshore investors in mainland China, but increasingly they are looking to expand at home. Photo: Reuters
The Taiwanese capital of Taipei. Companies from Taiwan were some of earliest offshore investors in mainland China, but increasingly they are looking to expand at home. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus, China-US trade war spark surge of Taiwanese investments onshore

  • China’s lure as the world’s factory is declining for Taiwanese companies, which are increasingly choosing to make investments at home
  • Tax breaks in Taiwan, trade war tariffs and supply chain vulnerabilities exposed by the coronavirus pandemic are making China increasingly unappealing

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The Taiwanese capital of Taipei. Companies from Taiwan were some of earliest offshore investors in mainland China, but increasingly they are looking to expand at home. Photo: Reuters The Taiwanese capital of Taipei. Companies from Taiwan were some of earliest offshore investors in mainland China, but increasingly they are looking to expand at home. Photo: Reuters
The Taiwanese capital of Taipei. Companies from Taiwan were some of earliest offshore investors in mainland China, but increasingly they are looking to expand at home. Photo: Reuters
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