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Executive Interviews

Taiwan: Strength Under Pressure

Leaders from the Central Bank of Taiwan (CBC) and five banks active on the island discussed post-Covid supply chain challenges, inflation, and tensions with ChinaduringGlobal Finance'srecent roundtable.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Foxconn Looks To Expand Production Outside China

Foxconn’s shift toward US production is also in line with the US government’s broader efforts to develop a supply chain that is more resilient and less reliant on other markets.

Country Report

Taiwan: Holding Pattern

Beset by global macro-economic trends and trade tensions, Taiwanese businesses and policy-makers are taking steps to revive growth—especially in tech.


Taiwan Roundtable: From Risk To Opportunity

Taiwan’s economy is still strong and well diversified, according to the<span style="font-size: 14px;">participants in a recent Global Finance roundtable in Taipei. In the near</span><span style="font-size: 14px;">future, global trade tensions could be both a risk and an opportunity</span><span style="font-size: 14px;">for the local economy.</span>


Taiwan: Adapting To A New World

Taiwan’s economy has thrived on electronics manufacturing. Now, with a tightening labor market and new competitive pressures, the island is figuring out how to reshape its role in the changing global economy.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Passing Fad Or Future Habit?

Green-bond issuances have been growing, even if there’s no precise definition of what a “green bond” is.

Country Report

Taiwan: Where To Now?

Taiwan faces growing competition in manufacturing, and relations with Beijing are strained; yet its savvy citizens may benefit from political and economic flux worldwide.