Invest in Taiwan
 North                                     Europe
America
                                               ...
Topics
 Taiwan’s Economic Development and Competitive Advantages
 Why Invest in Taiwan
 Inbound and Outbound Investment...
Taiwan’s Economic Development and
        Competitive Advantages




                                    3
1. Taiwan’s Major Economic Indices


       Land Area                           36,191 Sq km
      Population             ...
Taiwan’s Investment Environment and Competitive Advantages


2. Assessment of Taiwan’s Investment Environment by Internati...
Why Invest in Taiwan




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Why Invest in Taiwan


1. First in the Competitiveness of Industry Cluster Development

2. Capacity of Industries to Innov...
1. First in Competitiveness of Industry Cluster Development



       2001~2009 Taiwan’s Global Ranking in State of Indust...
1. First in Competitiveness of Industry Cluster Development

  Strong Industry Clusters
                                  ...
2. Capacity of Industries to Innovate




         (1) U.S. Patents Granted                                               ...
3. High Quality R&D and International Marketing Specialists


           Comparison of the number of R&D personnel per 1,0...
4. Highly Efficient and Integrated Global Logistics System

Taiwan -- Situated in a strategic geographical location



   ...
4. Highly Efficient and Integrated Global Logistics System

 Weekly direct flights to 33 major cities in China

Beijing, S...
5. Free Capital Market

 1. Stock Market



  Taiwan Stock Exchange                                                       ...
5. Free Capital Market
    2. Banks


Statistics                                                            (Dec. 2009)

T...
Inbound and Outbound Investment




                                  16
Inbound Investment

          1. Trends in Inbound Investment

     Foreign investment in Taiwan increased rapidly in 2006...
Inbound Investment


   2. Major Overseas Investors by Country


     From Jan 1952 to Dec 2009, the total number of inbou...
Inbound Investment


            3. Major Invested Industries


                         Jan ~ Dec 2009                   ...
Outbound Investment

           1. Trends in Outbound Investment


      From 2001 to 2005, outbound investment declined; ...
Outbound Investment


2. Major Invested Markets by Country


 Based on statistics by DOIS, MOEA, from 1952 to December 200...
Outbound Investment


               3. Major Invested Industries


                        Jan ~ Dec 2009                ...
Outbound Investment in China

         1. Investment Trend


     From 2000 to 2004, Taiwanese investment in China showed ...
Outbound Investment in China


     2. Outbound Investment in China by Region


  A total of 37,771 cases of Taiwanese inv...
Outbound Investment in China



     3. Major Invested Industries


                  Jan ~ Dec 2009                      ...
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Taiwan




                                            26
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Taiwan


•   R&D Centers: About 30 multinational corporations
    have established 43 R...
Investment Incentives and Benefits




                                     28
Protection of Foreign Investors’ Rights


• Ownership Rights
    May have 100% ownership (excluding some types of busines...
Tax Incentives
             Incentives for R&D
             A company incorporated according to the Taiwan Companies Act
 ...
Land Procurement


 006688          • Extending and expanding the 006688 preferential land rental
 Measure           incen...
Government’s Strategies of Economic Reform, and
           Investment Opportunities




                                  ...
Government’s Strategies of Economic Reform, and Investment Opportunities



       1.    i-Taiwan 12 Projects
       2.   ...
i-Taiwan 12 Projects

      1. Goals
                                                            Transportation Network
  ...
i-Taiwan 12 Projects

2. Vision and Targets                                                                  Unit: NT$

  ...
i-Taiwan 12 Projects



   3. Investment Opportunities


• On July 15, 2009, Taiwan officially becomes the 41st WTO GPA
  ...
Six Emerging Industries


                                                   Biotech
                       High-end
     ...
Six Emerging Industries




A. Biotechnology




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Taiwan’s Biotechnology Industry
                   Biotech Industry                                        Medical Devices...
Taiwan’s Biotechnology Industry


                  Biotech Investment                                                    ...
Taiwan’s Biotechnology Industry


                             Status of Taiwan’s Biotech Industry

Encouraging the Creati...
B. Tourism




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Tourism Industry

      Goals
  •   2010: To attract 4.5 million tourists to Taiwan


  •   2012: To attract 5.5 million t...
Tourism Industry


            Action Programs
                                                                   Regional...
Tourism Industry


    Actual and Forecast Foreign Arrivals in Taiwan, 2008-2012
                                         ...
Tourism Industry


                                                Funding Plan
 Source: Tourism Development Fund (60% fro...
C. Green Energy




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Green Energy Industry

                          Take-Off Program for the Green Energy Industry


             Technology
...
Green Energy Industry

                                  Photovoltaic Industry: Vision and Development
The world’s 10 larg...
Green Energy Industry


               LED Lighting and Optoelectronics: Vision and Development



                       ...
Green Energy Industry


                    Clean Energy Industry: Vision and Development

       Total Production
       ...
D. Healthcare




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Healthcare Industry




Healthcare Value-
Added Platinum                       Medical Care
Program                       ...
Healthcare Industry


                         Range of Healthcare Services
Upgrading of Core Technology




             ...
Healthcare Industry


                               Advantages and Opportunities

                 Advantages

          ...
Healthcare Industry


                                      Expected Results


• Provision of
comprehensive medical
servic...
E. High-end Agriculture




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High-end Agriculture

                                   Government Investment
          Unit: NTD Billion

          Year...
High-end Agriculture

                               Development and Strategies and Measures
  Strategies                 ...
High-end Agriculture


                            Expected Results



• Total production value is projected to reach NT$1...
F. Cultural and Creative
       Industries




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Cultural and Creative Industries




                  Infusion of                                Six Flagship Industries
...
The Development of Cultural and Creative Industries

           Strategy                             Measures             ...
Cultural and Creative Industries

                                 Expected Results
Development of Taiwan into an Asia-Pac...
2010 Taiwan Business Alliance Conference II




      Organizer : Ministry Of Economic Affairs, Taiwan ROC
               ...
Events and Activities


 Event                2010 Taiwan Business Alliance Conference II



                             ...
•   Date: September 21, 2010
•   Venue: Taipei International Convention Center (TICC), Room 101
•   Participants:
     - F...
Investment Service Contact


Taipei Economic & Cultural office in Tel Aviv


              Tel:03-6074786


            ec...
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Invest in taiwan 08242010

  1. 1. Invest in Taiwan North Europe America West Asia Asia Pacific Africa Central/South America Taipei Economic & Cultural office in Tel Aviv Jerry Shyy August 24, 2010 1
  2. 2. Topics  Taiwan’s Economic Development and Competitive Advantages  Why Invest in Taiwan  Inbound and Outbound Investment  Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Taiwan  Investment Incentives and Benefits  Government’s Strategies of Economic Reform, and Investment Opportunities  2010 Taiwan Business Alliance Conference  Investment Service Contact 2
  3. 3. Taiwan’s Economic Development and Competitive Advantages 3
  4. 4. 1. Taiwan’s Major Economic Indices Land Area 36,191 Sq km Population 23.1 Million (2009) GDP 379 billion USD(2009) GDP per capita 16,423 USD (2009) GDP growth rate -1.9%(2009) Exports 203.67 billion USD(2009) Imports 174.37 billion USD(2009) Exchange rate 1 USD: 31.8 TWD(2010.8) Foreign exchange reserves 360.1 billion USD (2010.5) Unemployment rate 5.9%(2009) CPI (%) -0.9(2009) 4
  5. 5. Taiwan’s Investment Environment and Competitive Advantages 2. Assessment of Taiwan’s Investment Environment by International Institutions Investment Environment Risk IMD World Competitiveness Assessment Report (BERI) Yearbook 4th in the World 8th in the World 2010 2010 Global Competitiveness Index Innovation Ranking World Economic Forum (WEF) (EIU) 7th in the World 12th in the World 2nd in Asia 4TH in Asia 2009 2009 5
  6. 6. Why Invest in Taiwan 6
  7. 7. Why Invest in Taiwan 1. First in the Competitiveness of Industry Cluster Development 2. Capacity of Industries to Innovate 3. High-Quality R&D and International Marketing Specialists 4. Highly Efficient and Integrated Global Logistics System 5. Free Capital Market 7
  8. 8. 1. First in Competitiveness of Industry Cluster Development 2001~2009 Taiwan’s Global Ranking in State of Industry Cluster Index 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 5.7 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.4 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008- 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Source: WEF, Global Competitiveness Report & Global Information Technology Report 8
  9. 9. 1. First in Competitiveness of Industry Cluster Development Strong Industry Clusters Nangang Software Park IC Design, Digital Content, Biotech Hsinchu Science Park (HSP) (Hsinchu, Jhunan, Hsinchu Biomedical Park in Jhubei) IC Manufacturing, Optoelectronics, Biotech Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP), Taichung Precision Machinery Park Tainan Science Park, Liou-Ying Technology & Environment Industrial Park, Yongkang Semiconductors, Optoelectronics, Biotech, Precision Digital Creative Design Park Machinery Optoelectronics, Environmental Protection Technology, Auto Parts, Precision Machinery Changhua Coastal Industrial Park Kaohsiung Software Science Park, Metal, Recycling, Green Energy, Glass Kaohsiung Linhai Industrial Park, Tafa Industrial Park Petrochemical, Iron/Steel, Yachts, Metal Processing, Precision Machinery, IC, Optoelectronics, Telecoms, Environmental Protection Technology 9
  10. 10. 2. Capacity of Industries to Innovate (1) U.S. Patents Granted (2) R&D Spending Million % USD 20,000.0 3.00% 7920 7779 7781 8000 7207 7491 18,000.0 2.62% 2.58% 6730 2.45% 2.50% 7000 6676 16,000.0 2.38% 5993 2.31% 16,552.9 18,117.2 2.18% 6000 14,000.0 2.08% 14,528.0 1.97% 2.00% 5000 12,000.0 13,131.0 11,675.9 4000 10,000.0 1.50% 10,428.2 3000 9,336.7 8,000.0 8,833.5 2000 1.00% 6,000.0 1000 4,000.0 0.50% 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2,000.0 0.0 0.00% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 U.S. Patents Granted R&D Expenditures Source: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office R&D Expenditures as Percentage of GDP 10
  11. 11. 3. High Quality R&D and International Marketing Specialists Comparison of the number of R&D personnel per 1,000 employees: 9.4 per 1,000 employees in Taiwan are engaged in R&D; 11.1 in Japan, 8.7 in Korea, 7.2 in Germany, 5.8 in the UK, and 1.6 in China Taiwan’s vast experience in world trade has created an environment with an international image, and a people with a global mindset A wealth of managerial professionals knowledgeable in finance and international trade Well-educated people possessing multilingual skills especially in English, Japanese, and Chinese 11 Source: Info Times, 2008
  12. 12. 4. Highly Efficient and Integrated Global Logistics System Taiwan -- Situated in a strategic geographical location London New York Amsterdam 16 Hours Chicago Vancouver Luxembourg 8 Hours Seattle San Francisco Rome Los Angeles 4 Hours Beijing Seoul Nanjing 2 Hours Shanghai TAIPEI Tokyo Xiamen Hong Kong Honolulu Guangzhou Ho-Chi-Min Frankfurt Bangkok Delhi Singapore Abu Dhabi Sydney Auckland International (Direct/Indirect Flights from Taipei) Direct Flight Indirect Flight Int’l Airport Direct Flights between Taiwan & China (from July 2008) 12
  13. 13. 4. Highly Efficient and Integrated Global Logistics System Weekly direct flights to 33 major cities in China Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Nanjing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Dalian, Guilin, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Fuzhou, Qingdao, Changsha, Haikou, Kunming, Xi’an, Tianjin, Zhengzhou, Haerbin, Guiyang, Nanchang, Hefei, Ningbo, Jinan, Shenyang…etc. Xiamen • Cross-strait direct two-way travel improves shipment delivery time and lowers freight and transportation costs •Average flying time from Taoyuan International Airport to Shanghai is only 1.3 hours • Taiwan’s maritime navigation to China can save 16~27 hours and cut costs by 15%~30% in cost • Taiwan’s close proximity to China can boost industry competitiveness and increase exports • Taiwan can also serve as an ideal regional hub for global logistics 13 • Division of labor across the Taiwan straits is now even more convenient and accessible
  14. 14. 5. Free Capital Market 1. Stock Market Taiwan Stock Exchange (Dec. 2009 ) Listed Companies 741 Market Capitalization US$191.18 Billion Over-the-Counter/Venture Capital (Dec. 2009) Listed Companies on OTC Market 546 Listed Companies on OTC-Emerging 223 Market Listed Venture Capital Companies 183 Sources: Taiwan Stock Exchange Corp.; FSC, Executive Yuan; Taiwan Venture Capital Association; GreTai Securities Market 14
  15. 15. 5. Free Capital Market 2. Banks Statistics (Dec. 2009) Total No. of Domestic Banks/Branches 37/3,264 Total No. of Foreign Banks/Branches * 32/141 * Citibank, HSBC, DBS, Mizuho, JP Morgan Chase, Bangkok Bank, UBS AG, Bank of America, ABN AMRO, Standard Chartered, Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas, Barclays, etc. Strategic Alliances with Major International Banks Foreign Bank Domestic Institution Shinsei Bank Jih Sun Financial Holding Co. Standard Chartered Bank Hsinchu International Bank HSBC Far Eastern International Bank GE Consumer Finance Cosmos Bank 15 Source: FSC, Executive Yuan
  16. 16. Inbound and Outbound Investment 16
  17. 17. Inbound Investment 1. Trends in Inbound Investment Foreign investment in Taiwan increased rapidly in 2006, 2007, but dropped to US$4.8 billion in 2009 due to the global economic recession. Investment Amount in Billion USD Investment Cases 18 2,500 投資金額 Invest. Amt. 15.36 16 13.97 14 投資件數 Invest. Cases 2,267 1,845 2,000 1,711 12 1,846 1,500 10 1,178 1,142 1,149 1,078 1,131 8 8.23 5.13 1,000 6 3.95 4.80 3.27 3.58 4.23 4 500 2 0 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 17
  18. 18. Inbound Investment 2. Major Overseas Investors by Country From Jan 1952 to Dec 2009, the total number of inbound investments reached 25,866 cases, with a value of US$107.11 billion. Jan ~ Dec 2009 Jan 1952 ~ Dec 2009 USA Others 20.56% 25.54% O her s t 19. 89% USA 34. 70% Japan Holland 5. 34% 16.45% Singapore 5.78% UK Japan 5. 56% 15.46% British Caribbean Islands 16.21% Br i t i sh Car i bbean Hol l and I sl ands 19. 68% 14. 82% 18 Source: Investment Commission, MOEA
  19. 19. Inbound Investment 3. Major Invested Industries Jan ~ Dec 2009 Jan 1952 ~ Dec 2009 Finance & Others Finance & Insurance Insurance 26.26% 43.58% Computers, 19.56% Others Electronics, Optical 44.31% Manufacturing Electronic 4.90% Components 15.10% Retail & Wholesale Retail & Wholesale Computers, 8.91% 7.39% Electronics, Financial Holding Financial Holding 6.09% Optical Electronic Components 9.56% Manufacturing 8.31% 6.04% Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 19
  20. 20. Outbound Investment 1. Trends in Outbound Investment From 2001 to 2005, outbound investment declined; however, it increased gradually from 2006 onwards. The total amount of outbound investment in 2007 reached US$6.47 billion; however, it fell back in 2009 with an amount of US$3 billion due to the global economic recession. Investment Amount in Billion USD Investment Cases 50 Invest. Amt. 1,600 投資金額 45 1,387 43.92 Invest. Cases 投資件數 1,400 40 1,200 35 925 1,000 30 25 714 800 20 600 658 464 15 387 521 400 10 478 251 6.47 5 4.32 4.47 3.00 200 3.37 3.97 3.38 2.45 0 0 20 Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year
  21. 21. Outbound Investment 2. Major Invested Markets by Country Based on statistics by DOIS, MOEA, from 1952 to December 2009 a total of 12,602 outbound investment cases were generated, amounting to almost US$62.774 billion in value. Jan ~ Dec 2009 Jan 1952 ~ Dec 2009 British British Caribbean Islands Others Caribbean Others 36.74% 15.81% Islands 26.96% 37.76% Hong Kong 7.55% USA Bermuda 8.95% 4.20% Vietnam Hong Kong Singapore 5.14% 14.31% Singapore 15.62% USA 9.10% 17.85% Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 21
  22. 22. Outbound Investment 3. Major Invested Industries Jan ~ Dec 2009 Jan 1952 ~ Dec 2009 Others Finance & Finance & Insurance Others 22.04% Insurance 32.72% 30.85% 33.95% Retail & Wholesale 7.36% Computer, Electronics, Optical Manufacturing Financial Holding 5% 7.58% Electronic Financial Holding Metal Electronic Components Retail & Wholesale 11.65% Manufacturing Components 20.22% 7.64% 10.09% 11% Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 22
  23. 23. Outbound Investment in China 1. Investment Trend From 2000 to 2004, Taiwanese investment in China showed a rapid increase, before declining in 2005. However, in 2007, Taiwanese investments peaked at US$9.97 billion, and then slightly dropped in 2008 to US$9.84 billion, a decline of 1%. It dropped to US$6.06 billion in 2009 due to the global economic recession. 2,500 Investment Amount in Billion USD Invest. Investment Cases ëê÷B §¸ ª à Invest. Amt. ëêóÆ §¸ ¥¼ Cases 2,004 9.84 9.97 2,000 1,837 1,490 1,500 6.94 1,297 1,186 6.01 7.64 6.06 1,090 1,000 4.6 3.86 996 2.78 482 500 249 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 23 Source: Investment Commission, MOEA
  24. 24. Outbound Investment in China 2. Outbound Investment in China by Region A total of 37,771 cases of Taiwanese investment in China were recorded from January of 1952 until December of 2009, reaching an amount of US$82.7 billion. Jan ~ Dec 2009 Jan 1952 ~ Dec 2009 Others 13.68% Jiangsu Others Zhejiang 17.15% 33.26% 6.78% Zhejiang Jiangsu 5.72% 39.55% Fujian 7.41% Fujian 7.56% Shanghai Shanghai Guangdong 15.94% 14. 86% 14.07% Guangdong 24.01% Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 24
  25. 25. Outbound Investment in China 3. Major Invested Industries Jan ~ Dec 2009 Jan 1952 ~ Dec 2009 Electronic Components Electronic 19.19% Components Others 16.43% 42.68% Computers, Others Computers, 47.24% Electronics, Optical Mfg Electronics, Optical 15.71% Manufacturing Electrical 16.68% Equipment Mfg Plastics Metal 9.39% Retail & Wholesale Metal Manufacturing Manufacturing Electrical 5.10% 6.14% 4.67% Manufacturing Mfg Facilities 6.81% 9.97% Source: Investment Commission, MOEA 25
  26. 26. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Taiwan 26
  27. 27. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Taiwan • R&D Centers: About 30 multinational corporations have established 43 R&D centers on the island • Global Logistics Centers: About 13 multinational corporations have established global logistics centers in Taiwan 27
  28. 28. Investment Incentives and Benefits 28
  29. 29. Protection of Foreign Investors’ Rights • Ownership Rights  May have 100% ownership (excluding some types of businesses requiring special permission) • Freedom from Expropriation  Investments by foreigners or overseas Chinese may not be expropriated within 20 years so long as the foreigners hold 45% or more of the equity in the invested enterprises • Remittance of Funds (the following funds may be freely remitted out of Taiwan)  Interest or profit on investment  Permitted sale, withdrawal, or reduction of investment  Capital gains 29
  30. 30. Tax Incentives Incentives for R&D A company incorporated according to the Taiwan Companies Act may be entitled to a tax credit of up to 15% of the R&D investment against its income tax liability. The credit is limited to 30% of the income tax payable. The competent authority and the Ministry of Finance will announce the qualified scope, application term, application procedure, governing authority, credit rate and other related details. This incentive will be effective from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2019. Other tax incentives □ Biotechnology and New Pharmaceutical Industry □ Private Investment in Infrastructure Projects □ Free Trade Zones / Airport Park □ Acquisition of Technology for Operation and Production □ Tax Incentives for Company Reorganization □ Indirect Tax Incentives for Science Parks, Export Processing Zones, Bonded Factories, and Bonded Warehouses Source: Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA 30
  31. 31. Land Procurement 006688 • Extending and expanding the 006688 preferential land rental Measure incentive 789 • A 10%~30% discount on the sale of land in industrial zones Program under development, effective from October 1998 to December 31, 2010 Release of • Taisugar releases lands for use by industries through rental/ Land leasing or surface rights agreements, with a maximum by Taisugar guaranteed lease term of 50 years Source: Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA 31
  32. 32. Government’s Strategies of Economic Reform, and Investment Opportunities 32
  33. 33. Government’s Strategies of Economic Reform, and Investment Opportunities 1. i-Taiwan 12 Projects 2. Six Emerging Industries A. Biotechnology B. Tourism C. Green Energy D. Healthcare E. High-end Agriculture F. Cultural and Creative Industries 33
  34. 34. i-Taiwan 12 Projects 1. Goals Transportation Network - A fast and convenient islandwide • 12 major public transportation network construction projects to - Kaohsiung Port-City regenerate Taiwan’s Regeneration - Taoyuan International Air City economic miracle Industrial Development • Estimated investment - Central Region New High -Tech amount of NT$4 trillion Industrial Clusters Program (about US$12.5 billion) i-Taiwan - Intelligent Taiwan - Industrial Innovation Corridors from 2008~2016 12 Projects Urban and Rural Development - Urban and Industrial Park Regeneration - Rural Regeneration Environmental Protection - Coastal Regeneration - Green Forestation - Flood Prevention and Water Management - Sewer Construction Source: http://ppp.pcc.gov.tw/pcc_site/files/5_1.pdf 34
  35. 35. i-Taiwan 12 Projects 2. Vision and Targets Unit: NT$ i-Taiwan 12 Projects Total Budget 2009 Budget 1.Convenient 1.45 Trillion 65.3 Billion Goals Islandwide 2.Kaohsiung Free 57.7 Billion 7 Billion Trade Zone & Eco-port Expand domestic demand 3.Taichung Asia-Pacific Improve investment 50 Billion 200 Million Sea/Air Logistics Hub environment 4.Taoyuan Intl Air City 67 Billion 1.4 Billion Boost economic strength Upgrade quality of life 5.Intelligent Taiwan 225 Billion 24.2 Billion 6.Industrial Innovation 115 Billion 9.9 Billion Corridors 7.Urban & Industrial 57 Billion 3.1 Billion Zone Renewal 8.Rural Regeneration 150 Billion 2.3 Billion 9.Coastal Regeneration 20 Billion 3.1 Billion Govt. investment: About US$8.3 billion 10.Green Forestation 30 Billion 2.7 Billion Private investment: 11.Flood Prevention & 186 Billion 37.9 Billion About US$4.2 billion Water Management 12.Sewer Construction 240 Billion 13 Billion Total 2.65 Trillion 170.3 Billion* Additional NT$200 million allocated to other govt. projects 35
  36. 36. i-Taiwan 12 Projects 3. Investment Opportunities • On July 15, 2009, Taiwan officially becomes the 41st WTO GPA (Government Procurement Agreement) member • Tremendous opportunities are available for foreign investors, including government procurement projects as well as public private participation in construction works • Useful links relating to Taiwan’s investment opportunities: – Public Construction Commission, Executive Yuan http://www.pcc.gov.tw/pccap2/TMPLfronted/ChtIndex.do?site=002 – Promotion of Private Participation http://ppp.pcc.gov.tw/pcc_site/ – Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) http://www.pcc.gov.tw/pccap2/TMPLfronted/ChtIndex.do?site=002 36
  37. 37. Six Emerging Industries Biotech High-end Agriculture Tourism Six Emerging Culture & Industries Creation Green Healthcare Energy 37 2010/9/14
  38. 38. Six Emerging Industries A. Biotechnology 38
  39. 39. Taiwan’s Biotechnology Industry Biotech Industry Medical Devices In 2008, production value was NT$22.6 billion; food In 2008, production value was NT$51.5 billion, 食品生技/中草藥 biotech, Chinese herbal medicine, and agricultural with medical products for household use ranking biotech comprised most firms. first. Large medical equipment used by hospitals 農業生技 occupied a fairly low ratio of only 0.73%. Taiwan holds only 1% of the global market share for medical devices. 8.2% Biotech 18.4% Large Med Food biotech/ Disposable 9.5% Equipment Regenerative Med Chinese herbal medicine Med (0.7%) Supplies Source: ITIS (20.4%) Medical Agri-biotech Household Testing Chemical Hospital Medical / Med Devices Devices & (56.8%) 14.4% Biotech Equipment 22% (22.1%) 11.8% Source: IEK 39 Source: Executive Yuan
  40. 40. Taiwan’s Biotechnology Industry Biotech Investment In Hundred Million NT$ • Since a record breaking NT$20 billion in investments 100 was made in 2001, investments generated annually 80 were over NT$20 billion. 60 40 20 • Major areas of investment were pharmaceutical, 0 medicines and the development of new drugs, New Pharma Health Medical Biotech Agri- Test Envtl. Drug Foods Devices Service Biotech Reagent Biotech medical devices, health food products. 2006 26.6 51.54 64.46 34.49 15.24 12.56 3.2 1.95 2007 70.41 65.8 4.2 57.59 38.1 30.48 3.32 0 2008 27.5 85 30 35 17.5 52.5 2.5 0 In Hundred Million NT$ 300 270 250 250 234 250 215 203 213 210 200 150 121 100 50 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 40 Source: Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industries Program Office, MOEA
  41. 41. Taiwan’s Biotechnology Industry Status of Taiwan’s Biotech Industry Encouraging the Creation of New Value-Added Drugs and Development of High-End Medical Devices • In June 2001, listing rules were relaxed for biotech companies, and by the end of 2008, 38 companies from the biotech/medical device industries had been listed on Taiwan’s stock and OTC market. •The Biotechnology Takeoff Package was announced in 2008. This package consists of 4 major areas:  Strengthening of the Industrial Value Chain & Pre-Clinical Development in the Commercialization Process  Establishment of a Biotechnology Venture Capital Fund  Creation of Biotech Incubation Centers  Formation of a Taiwan Food & Drug Administration • Companies such as AbGenomics, Panion & BF Biotech, and Medigen Biotech have gradually developed partnerships with multinational pharmaceutical corporations through close collaboration and alliances with them. • ApexBio, Bioptik Technology, Health & Life Co., and other Taiwanese firms hold an important position in the global marketfor blood glucose meters. Source: Executive Yuan 41
  42. 42. B. Tourism 42
  43. 43. Tourism Industry Goals • 2010: To attract 4.5 million tourists to Taiwan • 2012: To attract 5.5 million tourists to Taiwan and generate NT$550 billion in revenue, create 400,000 jobs, attract NT$200 billion in private investments, and bring at least 10 major international hotel chains into Taiwan Create Business Create NT$550 billion worth of business opportunities Opportunities NT$300 billion in increased spending by foreign tourists (increase from 45% to 55% of total tourist revenue) NT$250 billion in increased spending by domestic travelers Generate Job Create 400,000 jobs Opportunities Direct employment: 130,000 jobs Indirect employment: 270,000 jobs Attract Private Attract NT$200 billion in private investment Investment Attract International Attract at least 10 major international hotel chains Hotel Operators to Taiwan 43 Source: Executive Yuan
  44. 44. Tourism Industry Action Programs Regional Development Best of Taiwan • International Scenic Spots • Flagship North: “Living Taiwan” “Best of Taiwan Action Program” Offshore Islands: “Uniquely Island Taiwan” “Foundation Building Action Program” “Value Enhancement Plan” Foundation Building Center: • Industry Restructuring “Industrial Taiwan” • Cultivating Elites East: “Relaxing Taiwan” Value Enhancement South: • Market Development “Historical Taiwan” • Quality Enhancement • Hotel Evaluation • Non-government Certification Program Whole Island: “Multifaceted Taiwan” 44 Source: Executive Yuan
  45. 45. Tourism Industry Actual and Forecast Foreign Arrivals in Taiwan, 2008-2012 Unit: 1,000 Country/Region 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Japan 1,087 1,090 1,100 1,200 1,260 Korea 252 220 240 270 290 China 329 700 1,000 1,200 1,500 HKG/Singapore/ 980 980 1,020 1,100 1,180 Malaysia Europe/US/New 655 610 640 690 720 Zealand/Australia Others 542 500 500 540 550 Total 3,845 4,100 4,500 5,000 5,500 45 Source; Executive Yuan
  46. 46. Tourism Industry Funding Plan Source: Tourism Development Fund (60% from airport service fees, plus allocation from the National Treasury) Unit: 100 Million NT$ Action Programs 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total A. Best of Taiwan Action Program 1. Flagship Attractions 2. International Scenic Spots B. Foundation Building Action Program 1. Industry Restructure 2. Develop Elites C. Value Enhancement (Tourism Value Added) 1. Market Development 2. Quality Enhancement Total 46 Source: Executive Yuan
  47. 47. C. Green Energy 47
  48. 48. Green Energy Industry Take-Off Program for the Green Energy Industry Technology Breakthrough Key Industries Photovoltaic LED Illumination Key 5 Major Shaping Investments Driving the Forces Environment Green Energy Industry Potential Industries Re-exporting Expanding Wind power generation, Domestic biofuels, hydrogen energy and Demand fuel cells, energy information and communication, electric vehicles Govt. investing NT$25 billion over a 5-year period to promote the industry and provide subsidies; also allocating NT$20 billion for R&D; by 2012, production is projected to reach NT$475.2 billion 48 Source: http://www.ey.gov.tw/policy/3/index.html
  49. 49. Green Energy Industry Photovoltaic Industry: Vision and Development The world’s 10 largest solar cell makers (by revenue): 2008 Company Rank 1 Q–Cells (Germany) Total Production (Billion NT$) Production: NT$450 billion 2 First Solar (US) Workforce: 45,000 Market Position 3 Suntech (China) 4500 4 Sharp (Japan) • Up-stream: 7 silicone wafer makers Effective • Mid-stream: 45 battery module makers Strategies Develop Taiwan into one 5 JA Solar (China) • Down-stream: 29 application system of the world’s top 3 makers producers of solar energy 6 Kyocera (Japan) • Production value in 2008 was batteries 7 Yingli (China) NT$101.1 billion • Solar cell production is 4th biggest in 8 Motech (Taiwan) the world; Taiwan’s Motech is the 8th largest producer in the world Establish a cluster and/or 9 SunPower (US) • Solar cell comprise 98% of exports, global hub for PVs 10 Sanyo (Japan) with Europe as the major market 2300 Source: PV News, Photon International, IEK (2009/04) Occupation of a strategic or key position in global PV technology 1011 NOW 2012 2007 2008 2015 Year 49 Source: MOEA
  50. 50. Green Energy Industry LED Lighting and Optoelectronics: Vision and Development Market Position Production: NT$540 billion Total Production Workforce: 54,000 (Billion NT$) • Upstream: 50 lighting makers • Midstream: 50 module makers 5400 Effective • Downstream: Over 100 firms in lighting applications Strategies • Production of LEDs 1st in the world, 2nd in output value (16%); Taiwan’s “Epistar” is the world’s biggest producer of LED lighting Production base for high-value • Output value of back modules is 1st LED lighting in the world • Taiwan accounts for 72% of global LED lighting exports with China as the major market Development into the world’s largest producer of LED lighting materials & modules 1600 460 2008 NOW 2012 2007 2015 Year 50 Source: MOEA
  51. 51. Green Energy Industry Clean Energy Industry: Vision and Development Total Production (Billion NT$) Market Position Production: NT$168 billion Output value: Workforce: 16,800 • Hydrogen energy & fuel cells: NT$400 million 1680 • Wind power: NT$3.5 billion • Biomass fuel: NT$1 billion World production and • Energy info & com: NT$8 billion Effective assembly base for fuel cell • Electric vehicles: NT$280 million Strategies systems One of the world’s largest suppliers of wind power Competitive Position generators • Hydrogen energy & fuel cells: Core components Establishment of a self- • Wind power: Integrated systems and supply and marketing technology system for biomass fuel • Biomass fuel: New source of technology • Energy info & com: Integrated systems • Electric vehicles: Safe, high-energy-density An ideal international supply 562 lithium batteries system for energy information and communications A major production base for electric vehicles in the 132 Asia Pacific NOW 2012 2007 2008 2015 Year 51 Source: MOEA
  52. 52. D. Healthcare 52
  53. 53. Healthcare Industry Healthcare Value- Added Platinum Medical Care Program Long-Term Care Govt. input of NT$86.4 billion over next 3 years to boost annual production Service to NT$346.4 billion Industry Healthcare Industry Value- Mfg •Wellness & health Added Industry maintenance Industry Highly Integrated •Intelligent medical care services Bio-pharmaceutical •Cross-border medical Industry services •National health safety 53
  54. 54. Healthcare Industry Range of Healthcare Services Upgrading of Core Technology Intelligent Medical Care Services Biopharmaceutical Industry Internationalization of healthcare Current Healthcare System Wellness & Health Long-Term Care Maintenance Expansion of Healthcare Industry Territory 54
  55. 55. Healthcare Industry Advantages and Opportunities Advantages Opportunities Comprehensive healthcare Increase of healthcare services due System; highly efficient, convenient, easily accessible to aging society and high number of senior citizens High standards, relatively low Trend towards internationalizing cost compared to Europe, healthcare and promoting medical America, and Japan care tourism Integration of Taiwan’s healthcare Taiwan’s strong IT capabilities with medical devices and health information technology 55 Source: Department of Health
  56. 56. Healthcare Industry Expected Results • Provision of comprehensive medical services to boost health Enhancement Creation of a Govt. allocation of of Quality of Healthcare NT$86.4 billion over the • Upgrading of healthcare Environment service quality Life next 4 years General Forecast • Generation of 310,000 jobs Boosting of production by Revitalization Stimulation of • Direct employment: of the Industry Employment NT$346.4 billion by 2012 240,000 • Indirect employment: 70,000 Source: Department of Health 56
  57. 57. E. High-end Agriculture 57
  58. 58. High-end Agriculture Government Investment Unit: NTD Billion Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total Industry * Healthy Agriculture Agricultural Excellence LOHAS Total * Healthy Agriculture is used mainly for system development and product sales management. 58 Source: Executive Yuan
  59. 59. High-end Agriculture Development and Strategies and Measures Strategies Measures Regulatory Authority • To develop a lowland forest recreational area and create an energy-saving low-carbon high- quality ecological park COA • To develop and promote recreational agriculture areas and sophisticated recreational fishing COA ports, as well as fishing villages Establishment • To promote a demonstration recreational agricultural area and establish a service-quality COA of New accreditation system to boost the overall quality of rural travel services COA Business Model • To promote the Rural Regeneration program (Farm Village Regeneration), planning the COA construction of an attractive farm village • To join with Chinese tourists in promoting the concept of “placing an order in Taiwan, taking delivery in China” • To study and develop techniques of cooling and preservation for retaining freshness; to Development extend the period for sampling of excellent agricultural products COA • To utilize traditional methods of making wine and combining them with agricultural biotech to of New COA produce uniquely special wine, commercializing another product segment Agricultural COA • To develop excellent bamboo products and expand applications in various industries such as Technology semiconductors, medicine, and energy • To develop different agricultural tours with various themes including health and wellness, dynamic workshops that provide positive learning experiences, fine foods and delicacies, and other interesting activities; and promote farmstays and “airport & farm” itineraries to develop COA the international market; develop the international markets New Market COA Development • To develop and promote more locality-based specialty foods and products in coordination with agri-tourism and meet consumers’ demands COA • To develop the market for special ceremonial occasions such as engagements, one-month old celebrations, corporate image events, and others. 59 Source: Executive Yuan
  60. 60. High-end Agriculture Expected Results • Total production value is projected to reach NT$158.9 billion by 2012, and the workforce to be 31,000 • Industries with 100% growth: organic farming, product traceability, agricultural biotechnology, orchids, groupers, plant nursery, ornamental fish, breeding livestock and poultry, agricultural tourism, quality agricultural products (GAP- and CAS-standard products) Source: Executive Yuan 60
  61. 61. F. Cultural and Creative Industries 61
  62. 62. Cultural and Creative Industries Infusion of Six Flagship Industries Funds Assistance in Environ- Market Television Industrial mental Devt. R&D Prepara- Film/Cinema tion Popular Music Digital Content Manpower Industrial Design Training Clustering Arts/Handicrafts & Matching Effect Govt. to invest NT$20 billion up to 2014 Six flagship industries projected to reach NT$1 trillion scale within 5 years 62 Source: Executive Yuan
  63. 63. The Development of Cultural and Creative Industries Strategy Measures Regulatory Authorities There are 5 major strategies for environmental preparation: the infusion of funds, assistance or facilitation in industrial R&D, market development, CCA manpower matching and training, and intensifying the industrial clustering effect ~ all designed to build a Environmental friendly environment for the development of the Preparation industries. The government further supports the industries by strengthening the protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs), building up a mechanism for the valuation of intangible assets, and establishing an agent licensing system in order to enhance Taiwan’s international image as well as value for the industry. MOEA Television, Film/Cinema, Popular Music, GIO 6 Flagship Projects Digital Content, Design, Arts/Handicrafts CCA Source: Executive Yuan 63
  64. 64. Cultural and Creative Industries Expected Results Development of Taiwan into an Asia-Pacific hub for cultural and creative industries Elevation of spending on arts and culture from 13% to 15% of total household spending Six flagship industries expected to achieve total production value of NT$1 trillion within 5 years, and to generate 200,000 jobs Entry of over 800 creations or inventions in international contests, generation of over NT$6 billion through global partnerships, and more than 270 overseas cases Increase of over 20% in production value of the film industry, heightening of profit from overseas markets more than 3 fold 64 Source: Executive Yuan
  65. 65. 2010 Taiwan Business Alliance Conference II Organizer : Ministry Of Economic Affairs, Taiwan ROC Co-organizer : DIGITIMES 65
  66. 66. Events and Activities Event 2010 Taiwan Business Alliance Conference II New Era, New Opportunities Theme September 21, 2010 Taipei International Convention Center (TICC), Date/Venue Room 101 66
  67. 67. • Date: September 21, 2010 • Venue: Taipei International Convention Center (TICC), Room 101 • Participants: - Foreign enterprises - Overseas Taiwanese firms - Mainland Chinese business • Estimated no. of participants: 500 or more • Language(s): English (simultaneous translation available for native Chinese and Japanese speakers) • Details: -Letter of Intent signing ceremony with foreign enterprises -Keynote Speech: Directions of Company Deployment Following ECFA Signing -Panel Discussions: Taiwan in the Asia-Pacific Market Following ECFA : Opportunities and Challenges 67
  68. 68. Investment Service Contact Taipei Economic & Cultural office in Tel Aviv Tel:03-6074786 ecoteco@teco.org.il http://investintaiwan.nat.gov.tw 68
  69. 69. End of Presentation Thank You for Your Attention 69
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