Taiwan economy


10 Misconceptions About Raising the Minimum Wage in Taiwan

Roy Ngerng

Don’t believe the fearmongers. A low minimum wage is a political choice, not an economic necessity.


McKinsey Launches North Asia Industrial IoT Hub in Taiwan

David Green

The decision to base its North Asia Industrial IoT Hub in Taiwan is a welcome fillip for the island's economy.

中國 國台辦 馬曉光

OPINION: China's Incentives Should Accelerate Reforms in Taiwan

Taiwan Insight

China's attempts to lure Taiwanese talent should serve to hasten economic and social reforms at home.

Group of businessmen at meeting

Survey of Global Firms in Taiwan Blasts Labor Laws, Warns on Talent

David Green

Taiwan-based business leaders from global companies suggest the country is slipping behind in the regional race.


Can Taiwan Share in China's One Belt, One Road?

Gerald Chan

Hong Kong and China are teaming up to partner on the One Belt, One Road initiative and its promise of opening access to lucrative new Central Asian markets, so why not Taiwan?

蔡英文 Tsai Ing-wen

Taiwan’s ‘Grim Truth’: Vicious Low Wage, Low Productivity Cycle Crippling Workers and Companies

Roy Ngerng

As Taiwanese businesses are unwilling to increase wages for the want to hold onto their profits, they are also complicit in causing themselves to lose demand, and therefore their business sustainability. The government needs to act.

蔡英文 Tsai Ing-wen 長照十年計畫2.0

Thousands Ready for Weekend Pension Reform Protest in Taipei

ZiQing Low

Organizers of Saturday's protest estimate that as many as 100,000 military veterans, retired civil servants and public school teachers could take part in the event.


Legalization of Uber in China Leaves Taiwan in the Dust: David Tai

Yuan-ling Liang

'Taiwan needs a complete policy for seeking more opportunities for our companies. Overprotection and changing nothing will take Taiwan nowhere.'

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