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Taiwan announces $5.34 billion loans to pump domestic investments

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Taiwan has been encouraging its firms to invest at home, having seen companies flock back to the island during the China-US trade war

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Amid rising tensions with China over several air space violations by the , the Cabinet on Thursday has announced a further T$150 billion ($5.34 billion) in loans to the domestic as part of a programme to encourage the island's companies to keep investing at home.

Taiwan has been encouraging its firms to invest at home, having seen companies flock back to the island during the China-US trade war, to avoid being affected by punitive tariffs both of those countries have imposed on imports from each other.

The Taiwanese Cabinet in a statement said that despite the Covid-19 pandemic, there had been no let-up in by companies in Taiwan, where the economy and especially the tech exports have continued to boom, driven by demand globally from people working and studying from home during lockdowns.

With more than 50 companies awaiting approval for investment projects, and to encourage more, the Cabinet said it would offer another T$150 billion in loans to help with financing after previous funding was used up.

Export-dependent Taiwan is a major producer of semiconductors, a shortage of which has impacted global automakers in particular, and Taiwan companies are ramping up capacity to meet the demand.

Taiwan's exports in the first half of this year exceed $200 billion, a record high, driven in large part by its tech and chip products. “It is remarkable that we can still have such a performance during the epidemic,” the Cabinet said.

The government said more than 900 companies have increased their presence in Taiwan in the past two years during the trade war, investing more than T$1.2 trillion.

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