TAIPEI, Taiwan — The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) yesterday said that Taiwan is ranked as the second-best investment destination in Asia and fourth in the world, citing a recent report from a leading U.S.-based research institute.
The research institute Business Environment Risk Intelligence S.A. (BERI), surveys the investment climate and competitiveness of 50 economies in April, August and December of every year.
In its December report last year, BERI’s assessment of Taiwan was 72 points, while Singapore leads Asia with 78 points. China and South Korea scored 57 points, sharing the ranking of 14th. Japan scored 56 points, ranking 16th.