Amicorp Taiwan’s representative office provides all Group products and services.
Since the 1990s, Taiwan has been a major location for European and US companies wishing to do business with China, and Taiwanese companies have experienced substantial economic growth as a result of this trend.
The 2010 Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) between Taiwan and China presents further opportunities in this jurisdiction. The ECFA was designed to gradually remove investment restrictions on Taiwanese companies in industries such as medical, banking and IT, and will waive custom duties on more than 500 products imported from Taiwan. With exports as the mainstay of Taiwan's economy, the ECFA clearly offers significant scope for investors.
In addition, the members of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are Taiwan’s major trading partners. China-ASEAN free trade zone arrangements went into effect in January 2010. To establish a gateway to Southeast Asia, Taiwanese companies can take advantage of the ECFA to enter the ASEAN free trade zone.
Economic activities and demand for financial services are expected to steadily increase In view of further liberalization of investment and trading restrictions between China, Taiwan and ASEAN countries.
Languages spoken: English, Cantonese and Mandarin.