Taiwan's visa-free access to EU is proving beneficial
30 April 2012
For concise and recent immigration information watch our news.Since Taiwan's was granted visa-free access to the European Union in January 2011, the links between Taiwan and Europe have grown and could lead to an increase in Taiwanese investment in the region, according to President Ma Ying-jeou.
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Under the visa waiver program, Taiwanese travelers can enter 35 European countries without a visa for up to 90 days within a six-month period.
"Because of the visa-free treatment, more Taiwanese are willing to go to Europe, and thus are gaining a better understanding of the region," said Terry Lee, deputy director-general of the Economics Ministry's Department of Investment Services.
Lee noted that some of the reasons for why few Taiwan companies have invested in the world's biggest economy include culture, language and lifestyle differences, as well as physical distance. However, he said that as Taiwanese learn more about Europe, they will be more willing to do business and invest there.
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