Small island, great engine of the electronic world
Taiwan is known as one of the "Four Asian Tigers" alongside Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea. It has an export-driven economy that is highly competitive and with great development potential. Taiwan’s high competitiveness, incorporating a strong ability to innovate, stems from the island's excellent technological infrastructure and talented human resources.
Manufacturing has been driving the economic development of Taiwan. With years of effort in enhancing industrial competitiveness, Taiwan has become the global centre for high-tech products especially IC foundries and flat panel displays. It also has a leading global market share in many products (including notebook, tablets, desktops, IC packages, motherboards, blank optical disks, and mask ROMs).
Ranked 18th among the world’s top stock markets, the Taiwan Stock Exchange hosts a number of major companies in the electronics, high-tech gadgets, computers and mobile devices.
Due to its location in the growing Asian region and given its track record in technology innovation, Taiwan attracts a constant flow global investment. If you are looking to invest in the high-tech and electronics sectors, Taiwan could be an attractive inclusion in your diversification strategy.
Here are some of the major companies listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange
• Acer Inc
• Advance Power Electronics
• Altek Corpo
• Billion Electric Company
• Cathay Financial Holding
• D-Link Corp
Why invest in Taiwan stock market?
• Benefit from the growing trades with China and ASEAN countries
• Excellent technological infrastructure and skilled human resources
• Technology companies in Taiwan have large stakes in the global markets such as computers, LCDs, semiconductors, mobile phones, etc.
• Strong domestic demand - Taiwan beats Japan and South Korea in purchasing power per capita
To invest in the Taiwan Stock Exchange, you can use the Monex Securities Australia multi-market platform. This easy to use platform gives you access to more than 50,000 listed securities in 12 global markets including the US, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.
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