Staying Ahead of the Economic Curve:
Taiwan and Its Rivals in East Asia and Beyond
December 13, 2012 3:30 to 5:30 pm
Technology dominates Taiwan’s economy, and the sector is the bedrock of the nation’s growth engine. Yet companies across the Taiwan are facing numerous challenges, not least increased competition from China, Vietnam, and beyond, while the profitability of the technology sector at large remains in question. What policies, if any, can Taiwan pursue to ensure that it remains a technological powerhouse? Can the government do more to improve its investment climate, or has it already fallen behind Singapore and other rivals? How will the ongoing territorial disputes in northeast Asia impact foreign investors’ interests in the region?
Private Sector Development Specialist, International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group
President, US-Taiwan Business Council
Peter C.Y. Chow
Professor, Department of Economics and Business, City College of New York
5th Floor Conference Room
Woodrow WilsonInternational Center for Scholars
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