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Taiwan keen on luring businesses back from mainland China

Government will dangle incentives, but return has its complications

TAIPEI -- Taiwan is rolling out the welcome mat for its companies operating on the Chinese mainland, hoping that they will come back now that the Sino-American trade spat has made doing so more appealing.

President Tsai Ing-wen's administration is considering incentives like tax breaks and assistance securing land for factories, and it plans to submit a bill incorporating such measures to the legislative branch as early as this month, Nikkei learned from a top official.

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