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Information-Technology Industry;Global Networks
|Issue Date:||2008-12-29 14:37:59 (UTC+8)|
With the advancement of globalization, the interaction between China and Taiwan’s information technology industries has led to one of the most important divisions of labor in the world. For Taiwan, this special ODM working model has caused its information industry to become part of the periphery of the world’s most important information-technology companies, and helped it to become an integral part of this industry’s global supply chain. Because of this Taiwan’s information-technology industry has entered into a symbiotic relationship with a number of multi-national organizations. Further, large Taiwanese info-tech companies that invest in China have been able to further combine manpower-technology and capital while using a localized operating model to root in China. However, Taiwan’s governmental policies have for a long time lagged behind private industry’s policy toward China, creating numerous negative economic effects. These government policies have not had any visible effects on the ability of Taiwanese enterprise to invest in China. Recently Taiwan has begun to improve its domestic infrastructure and assist factories to create links to expand their international trading capabilities. This in fact has been a positive way for the government to promote globalization operations. When studying the interactions between cross-strait information technology industries nwe can see that globalization and localization are two sides of the same coin, and actually work parallel to each other with mutually beneficial results.
|Relation:||兩岸與國際事務, 1(4), 23-49|
|Appears in Collections:||[政治學系] 期刊論文|
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