Date: January 20, 2016
Improving Taiwan’s business environment through administrative reform
remains a key policy priority of the ROC government, according to the National Development Council Jan. 19.
“All agencies are addressing concerns raised by local and foreign business associations in their annual policy suggestions,” an official from the NDC said.
“Greater effort will be put into bringing local procedures in line with international standards, easing restrictions on recruiting talents from abroad and providing ample notice of relevant changes to foreign firms in country.”
The NDC response followed the release of the 2016 Business Climate Survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei earlier the same day. [FULL STORY]