President Tsai praises Taiwan’s improving business environment

Taiwan T&oday
Date: April 30, 2019

President Tsai Ing-wen outlines government efforts in bolstering the local business climate during the groundbreaking ceremony of an R&D facility established by U.S.-based Super Micro Computer Inc. April 29 in Taoyuan City, northern Taiwan. (Courtesy of Ministry of Economic Affairs)

President Tsai Ing-wen said April 29 that Taiwan’s business environment is going from strength to strength under a host of progressive policies aimed at bolstering the fundamentals of the national economy.

The time is ripe for businesses to invest in Taiwan and take advantage of its advanced infrastructure development, comprehensive intellectual property rights protection, high-caliber human resources and world-leading industrial clusters, Tsai said.

Tsai made the remarks during the groundbreaking ceremony for an R&D facility operated by U.S.-based Super Micro Computer Inc. in Taoyuan City, northern Taiwan.

According to Tsai, the NT$2 billion (US$64.73 million) center is a vote of confidence by Supermicro in Taiwan’s economic outlook. It also augurs well for the success of the high-tech outfit’s plans to invest an additional NT$8 billion in Taiwan and create 2,000 quality jobs for locals, she said.    [FULL  STORY]

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