TAIWANESE TEXTILE INVESTMENT IN VIETNAM UNFAZED BY TPP’S FATE

There is no sign that Taiwanese textile investors will rethink their commitment to Vietnam six months after US President Donald Trump pulled America out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement that would have greatly boosted Vietnamese garment exports to the USA. Prior to Trump’s move, Taiwanese companies had cited the looming TPP as their major rationale in virtually all Vietnam-related textile and garment investment decisions. Under what would have become a win-win scenario, yarn and fabric factories established in Vietnam by Taiwanese ...


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