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Friday, July 1, 2011

New incentives for China’s software and semiconductor industries

Mainland China has been dedicated to industry upgrades in recent years, particularly its software and IC industries. In June 2000, the State Council announced its “Policies on Encouraging the Development of the Software and Integrated Circuit Industries” (No. Guo-Fa-[2000]18) to provide support to the overall industry development in terms of financing, tax concessions, personnel training, and intellectual property protection.


Monday, May 30, 2011

Taiwan’s service industries ‘go west’ ‘Golden age’ may only last 5 more years

Mirroring the rise of China’s domestic market, service sector investment on the mainland has grown from 2% of total Taiwanese investment in 1990 to around 18%, and over 70% of service sector investment ‘going west’ (from Taiwan to the mainland) has been in the wholesale and retail trades.


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Foreign banks in China: lessons and opportunities for Taiwan’s financial industry

According to a recent survey-based research report from PricewaterhouseCoopers – Foreign Banks in China – foreign-invested banks in China’s financial market are under increasing pressure from a number of directions beyond the constraints imposed by the local regulatory environment.