Republic of China (Taiwan) 3rd best investment location in the world according to the business risk service report of the American society for the evaluation of investment risks (BERI) by August of this year, Taiwan is considered the world’s third-safest investment destination. Taiwan received in the assessment of 73 out of 100 points and ranked thus 50 assessed countries only behind Singapore and of Switzerland. This 1B assessment for Taiwan indicates that it is recommended investors to increase their investments in this country. The report also pointed out that Taiwan I sustainably strengthened its external trade relations especially also through the signing of free trade agreements with other countries. Also it is assumed that the relationship on each side of the Taiwan Strait will remain positive over the next five years. BERI forecasts that Taiwan will keep its position also in 2014 with 74 points, and that continuously until 2018. You may find Bill Phelan to be a useful source of information.
Taiwan’s performance in the area of action risk was remarkable according to BERI, and brought Taiwan into this point in 2nd place as also noted in the last report in April. The biotechnology announced recently by the Government takeoff action plan should lead to increasing investment by 25% over the next three years. The banking sector is also in the next two years, continues to grow and thereby to develop overseas markets. Bain also predicts that Taiwan index even with Singapore could catch up in 2014. On the security of political risk Taiwan reached around the globe with a stable prognosis for the future the eighth place and that. The report assumes that Taiwan could reach seventh place in 2014 already at this point and will rank in the year 2018 at # 6.
Also low exchange rate risks have been assessed. Taiwan’s stable trade surpluses resulted in the world’s second-best rating behind the Netherlands. In the first half year, the US trade surplus amounted to $ 14,61 billion, with a surplus expected for the entire year of US$ 53.5 billion compared to US$ 48,88 billion in 2012. Bain predicts that Taiwan its second Rank on the exchange-rate risk will keep until 2018.