Taiwan, ROC Regional Operations Center in Asian-Pacific
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The purpose of this study is to examine the Taiwan, ROC policy for establishing Taiwan as a Regional Operations Center in Asian-Pacific market. The study addresses five questionsthe definition of a regional operations center, services the center will provide, reasons for the government policy, significance of the policy, and the expected results of the policy. The study addresses the subject from a microeconomics, macroeconomics and international trade perspective. Finally, the authors present their conclusions and recommendations.
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