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  • Taiwan is located at the heart of the Asia-Pacific region, which puts it in an advantageous position to make use of global production resources and marketplace. Taiwan's north is the world's second largest economy-Japan, its south are the 10 countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and India. Taiwan's east is the world's largest economy-the US, and its west is mainland China-the world's fourth largest economy and the center of the world's economic growth. The average flying time from Taipei to the seven major cities (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Manila, Seoul, Tokyo, Singapore and Sydney) in Western Pacific is merely 2 hours and 55 minutes. And the average sailing time from Kaohsiung harbor to the 5 major Asia-Pacific harbors is merely 53 hours. Taiwan is the hub of Asian transportation and the logistic center in the East-Asian region.

    Taiwan's investment environment scores highly in numerous international rankings. In the “Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018,” issued by the World Economic Forum, Taiwan ranks 15th out of 137 economies and 4th in the Asia-Pacific. In the second “Business Environment Risk Intelligence” report of 2017, Taiwan ranks as the world's 4th best investment destination, trailing only Switzerland, Singapore and Germany. According to the 2017 World Competitiveness Yearbook unveiled by IMD, Taiwan ranked 14th in terms of competitiveness among the 61 countries surveyed and was the 3rd place in Asia. InterNations, the largest expat website in the world, ranked Taiwan as the No.1 country to live in for expats in 2016. Out of 191 countries and more than 14,000 expats surveyed, Taiwan was chosen based on quality of life, ease of settling in, personal finance, and work/life balance.

    In addition, in the World Bank's “Doing Business 2018” report, Taiwan finished 15th out of 190 economies for ease of doing business. The Economist Intelligence Unit forecasts Taiwan's business environment to be 14th best in the world during the 2014 – 2018 period.

    Manufacturing and high-tech industries drive economic development in Taiwan. The output values of many Taiwanese products and industries, such as semiconductor, optoelectronic, information, and communication products account for more than 70% of the global market share. The production value of circuit wafer OEM make up 67.4% in the world. These sectors and the assembly and testing sector are all ranked No.1 in the world. The production values of Taiwan's IC design, account for 21.5% in the world, and those of the TFT-LCD are in the second place in the world. Its PC production value is 3rd.

    In conclusion, the international ranking reports show that Taiwan's business environment remains as excellent as it is now. Looking toward the future, Taiwan will continually create a better, friendlier environment, more conducive to business.


  • Hong Kong Office

    : Unit 706, 7/F, South Seas Centre Tower 2, No.75 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong / Tel:(852)3913-9500 / Fax:(852)2170-1919

  • Singapore Office

    : 3 Shenton Way #16-08 Shenton House Singapore 068805 / Tel: (65)6542-2309 / Fax : (65)3125-7338

  • Korea Office

    : 9F, Pung Sung Bldg, 21, World Cup buk-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea 04001 / Tel : (82)70-7436-5844 / Fax : (82)2-713-0056

  • TaiWan Office

    : 17F, No.70 Sec. 1, Chengde Road, Taipei 10355, TaiWan, R.O.C / Tel : (886)-2-2555-4019 ext.21 / (886)-2-2555-0326/0226

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