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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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

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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