Private sector investment surges in January-November.

By bne IntelliNews December 14, 2010
The number of investment projects launched by Taiwan's private sector surged in the first eleven months of this year, with the committed investment value reaching 90% of the annual target. As reported by Asia Pulse, according to data released by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) statistics, the number of approved new private sector investment projects totaled 2,078 and were worth TWD 930.5bn, accounting for 88.86% of the target set by the government for the sector for 2010. According to the ministry, projects launched by electronics and information technology (IT) manufacturers topped with investments worth TWD 399.8bn.

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