Taiwan foresees heightened business opportunities, especially in areas related to the digital economy, green energy, and the biomedical sector. The annual Taiwan Business Alliance Conference organized by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is an effort to stimulate interest in investing in Taiwan among foreign and overseas Chinese enterprises. The 2017 Conference, held October 6…

Strengthening protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) is crucial to attracting investment in Taiwan’s pharmaceutical sector. In order to better protect IPR for innovative products, the Pharmaceutical Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei recommends completing the legislative process for Patent Linkage and Data Exclusivity. Patent Linkage prevents regulatory authorization of generic medicines…

As paradigms in the banking industry shift rapidly, the future of banking hedges on innovation, specialization, and mastery of the digital business landscape. In the past year, volatility in global and regional markets—from the plunge in oil prices to post-Brexit uncertainties—has made Taiwan’s banking industry keen to bring stability and growth to the financial liberalization…

As confidence returns to real estate, Taiwan must take steps to ensure its real estate market champions transparency and security and remains a thriving destination for global investment. In the recently published 2017 Taiwan White Paper, the Real Estate Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei commends the Taiwan government for recent efforts…

In 2016, despite a significant drop in visitors from mainland China, Taiwan achieved a record high for inbound tourism, totaling 10.69 million tourists, according to the Tourism Bureau. As the trend of decreasing visitors from mainland China will likely continue, the Taiwan government is taking steps to increase tourism from other areas, including Japan, Korea,…