Taiwan sees more firms willing to move production back from China, says Digitimes

TH Tung, chairman of Pegatron, has noted that his company has reestablished some manufacturing sites in Taiwan in recent years, and that moving production back to Taiwan could be a key direction to help reshape some of Taiwan’s manufacturing industries.

With the US government announcing an around 10% tariff on China-made products in the latest round of trade war between the two countries, many Taiwan-based supply chain makers have expressed willingness of moving their factories back to Taiwan from China.

Tung, who is also president of Taipei Computer Association (TCA), pointed out that Pegatron has expanded its manufacturing capacity in Taiwan by acquiring buildings and factories.

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