“Summit of the Ministry of economy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to attract investors two important events will be held in September, to see business opportunities for investors in the Republic of China (Taiwan), made possible by the Taiwan’s free economic pilot zones” (FEPZ), in addition to the local manufacturing strengths. An official of the Ministry said that these events Taiwan will use advantages and business opportunities to create a new wave of inbound investment. On 18 September an invest Taiwan held summits for Taiwanese and foreign companies, followed by a global Investor Conference on September 30. Both events include the signing of a memorandum of understanding, special lectures, analyses of case studies of successful investment, potential investors to company agreements and booths to inform foreign and domestic investors and encouraging. The focus of the invest Taiwan Summit is the positive representation of the country, to allow a continued economic success. There will be a forum, and also introductory events for investment opportunities and information about investment and technology improvements. The planning and progress of FEPZs discusses Taiwanese companies from overseas, with subsequent discussion, can transform companies from manufacturing to a service-oriented development.
Many renowned Taiwanese companies planning to invest in the country and will take the opportunity to sign memoranda of understanding with the Taiwan Ministry of Economic Affairs. The Global Investor Conference focused on four major industries: biomedical, cloud computing and creative content, production equipment and production materials and intelligent logistics services. The event marked the 10th time that the Ministry of Economic Affairs has held a major global Investor Conference. The Ministry has 10 major international companies invited to share their experience in the business with Taiwan over the past decade. These include among others: the Japanese Lotte co., Ltd. and Panasonic Corp., the Swedish SHL Group and the German Siemens AG and Evonik Industries AG.