Amid the economic slowdown in Europe and North America, China is facing headwinds in the wake of rising labor and production costs. Coupled with China's fast-changing policies, laws, and environments pertaining to foreign investment, it is getting tougher for foreign companies to invest and doing business in China. This report, which is one of a research series on the dynamics of the Chinese investment environment, serves as a reference for foreign companies when making investment decisions in China. The report presents the degree of recommendation for Chinese cities by Taiwanese vendors as surveyed by TEEMA (Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association).
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Overview of the structure of the 2015 TEEMA (Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association) Report, which evaluates the competitiveness of Chinese cities from the view of Taiwanese vendors who are running business in China
Evaluation of the degree of recommendation by Taiwanese vendors in China with regard to their investment experience in a specific city; the measurement indicators include: (1) city competitiveness, (2) investment environment, (3) investment risks, (4) city development potential, (5) investment efficiency, (6) the degree of internationalization, (7) protection for Taiwanese companies' rights and interests, (8) efficiency of government administration, (9) prospects of domestic market, and (10) overall quality of life
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