Taiwan proposes tax breaks, subsidies for medtech companies

09/3/2013 | Taipei Times (Taiwan), The

A bill to provide some medical device companies with tax cuts for research and development and staff training is poised to pass in Taiwan. The bill would also give medtech companies government subsidies. Meanwhile, talks are continuing between Taiwan and China on establishing a unified standard for drug companies. Chinese and Taiwanese drug companies are scheduled to meet in China from Nov. 8 to 9.

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