Taiwan’s government is pinning the island’s economic future on developing industries such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy and defence, while encouraging more local companies with facilities in mainland China to invest in their home market. Photo: EPA-EFE Taiwan’s government is pinning the island’s economic future on developing industries such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy and defence, while encouraging more local companies with facilities in mainland China to invest in their home market. Photo: EPA-EFE
Taiwan’s government is pinning the island’s economic future on developing industries such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy and defence, while encouraging more local companies with facilities in mainland China to invest in their home market. Photo: EPA-EFE

Taiwan bid to lure firms from mainland China paying off as trade tensions with US persist

  • Taiwanese companies have pledged to invest almost US$39 billion in the island since the start of this year

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Taiwan’s government is pinning the island’s economic future on developing industries such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy and defence, while encouraging more local companies with facilities in mainland China to invest in their home market. Photo: EPA-EFE Taiwan’s government is pinning the island’s economic future on developing industries such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy and defence, while encouraging more local companies with facilities in mainland China to invest in their home market. Photo: EPA-EFE
Taiwan’s government is pinning the island’s economic future on developing industries such as advanced manufacturing, clean energy and defence, while encouraging more local companies with facilities in mainland China to invest in their home market. Photo: EPA-EFE
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