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Statistics

Statistics

The national statistics could be the indicator for a country's long-term economic development. We hereby list International Comparison of Economic Growth Rates, Consumer Price Index, Per Capita Gross National Product, Per Capita National Income, Labo... More Detail

Why Taiwan

Why Taiwan

The location of Taiwan makes it a perfect place for international corporations to establish their headquarters in Asia Pacific region. As the hub that connects Europe, the United States, Japan and the emerging Asian markets, Taiwan is very crucial in... More Detail

Hub in Asia-Pacific

Hub in Asia-Pacific

Taiwan is located at the heart of the Asia-Pacific region. The average flying time from Taiwan to the seven major cities in Western Pacific is merely 2 hours and 55 minutes. And the average sailing time from Taiwan's largest international harbor Kaoh... More Detail

Global Logistics

Global Logistics

The global economic center is moving from the west to the east. The focused marketplace is also moving from mature marketplace to emerging and developing marketplace. Goldman Sachs analyses three indices "Workforce Growth", "Capital Reserves" and "Te... More Detail

Industrial Cluster

Industrial Cluster

The 2008 Business Week IT 100 includes a lot of Asian names, a total of 42 companies from Taiwan, Japan, Korea, China, India, Malaysia and Thailand are on the list, indicating Asian Companies' strong competitiveness. Among the 42 companies, 18 are fr... More Detail

Intellectual Advantage

Intellectual Advantage

According to WEF's "World Competitiveness Report" published on October 8, 2008, Taiwan ranks number 8 in the world because of abundant R&D talents. According to the "Science and Technology Development Survey" conducted by the National Science Council... More Detail

Innovation Capability

Innovation Capability

Taiwan has advantages for the development of "Knowledge-Intensive Industries". Taiwan's potential in science and technology is growing rapidly, which plays a key role in leading the transformation of Taiwan economy. According to the statistics releas... More Detail

Complete Infrastructure

Complete Infrastructure

Currently, Taiwan has two international airports-Taoyuan and Kaohsiung airports, and 6 international harbors, consisting of Kaohsiung harbor, Keelung harbor, Taichung harbor, Hwalian harbor, Anping harbor and Suaou harbor, in the order of their busin... More Detail

Sound Legal Framework

Sound Legal Framework

Taiwan's level of protection for foreign investment is very high. The people in Taiwan have matured legally. The protections for foreign investment are clearly stipulated in the foreign investment regulations. As legal education is promoted, the peop... More Detail

Comprehensive IP Protection

Comprehensive IP Protection

Intellectual property (IP) right is a crucial force to maintain a country's economic competitiveness in the global market. It is also an important indicator of modernization. Internationally-renowned rating institutes look into a country's R&D enviro... More Detail

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