Taiwan, China
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Why Taiwan, China?

Taiwan, China, unbeknownst to most, is considered one of the best places to do business in the world. In addition to its geographic proximity to North and Southeast Asia, it has a low corporate tax rate, world-class infrastructure, a highly skilled labor force, and a business-friendly legal and regulatory environment. It also boasts of a thriving R&D sector, and one of the most sophisticated electronics supply chains in the world.

This market has a free market economy in which the prices of goods and services are determined by a free price system. The economy is driven largely by electronics and technology in the north (especially in Taipei), precision machinery in central regions and petrochemicals and heavy industry in the south. Taipei serves as the business, financial and technology hub in the market.

There is little government involvement in this market’s economy and in 2018 trade officials announced new measures intended to draw foreign investment, particularly for the manufacturing industry. These measures include the relaxation of land-use regulations and expanded tax breaks for spending across equipment upgrades, R&D and manufacturing automation.

Reasons to do business in Taiwan, China include:

  • Asian logistics hub
  • Vibrant investment environment
  • Low corporate tax environment
  • Strong industrial base
  • Sound infrastructure

Doing Business in Taiwan, China

Taiwan, China has unique business and cultural considerations that shape a company’s experience in this market. To make business expansion easier, here is a list of important aspects about doing business in Taiwan, China:

  • Tax obligations
  • Benefits obligations
  • Visa policies
  • Employment considerations
  • Business etiquette

Planning to set up or further expand in Taiwan, China? Download our Taiwan, China business expansion guide to learn more.

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How Tricor can help in Taiwan, China

Tricor’s operation in Taiwan, China is a JV between Tricor and the Taipei professional business advisory firm Co-Mastery Management Consulting Co., Ltd.

Tricor Taipei is the perfect business partner for multinational corporations seeking to enter and develop the local market.

We specialise in providing inbound and outbound business advisory, management consulting, transaction planning, business set-up, accounting, payroll, tax, company secretarial / compliance, and registered office / support facilities to companies seeking to get established in this growth market.

With in-depth and detailed local knowledge, we are committed to delivering high quality services in a proactive and timely manner, assisting clients to improve business performance, reduce business risks, develop ongoing business strategies, and comply with regulatory requirements.

Tricor is uniquely positioned to unlock the potential of your business in Taiwan, China and across Asia, and help your company stay one step ahead of today’s diverse and fast evolving regulatory environment.

We are headquartered out of Hong Kong SAR, strategically located in the heart of Asia, and operate across a network of offices in 47 cities across 21 countries / territories.

We serve over 30,000 clients including over 1,300 companies listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, over 40% of the Fortune Global 500 companies, as well as a significant share of multinationals and private enterprises operating across international markets.

As the leading business expansion specialist in Asia, Tricor provides the building blocks for, and catalyses every stage of your business growth, from incorporation to IPO.

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