INTERVIEW: Taiwan Needs To Attract Investors: Premier

Poster:Post date:2016-09-05
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations)
(Taipei Times/Liberty Times) Saying that the nation’s economy needs to be revived and citing a need for greater investment, Premier Lin Chuan told ‘Liberty Times’ (sister paper of the ‘Taipei Times’) reporters Tzou Jiing-wen, Lee Hsin-fang and Cheng Chi-fang that the Executive Yuan hopes to plant the seeds of growth with the ‘five major innovative industries’: Taiwan as Asia’s Silicon Valley, mechanisms for the development of intellectual prowess, ‘green’ technology, biotechnology and national defense  
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