Taiwan is a leader in several key tech sectors. Its semiconductor industry, led by TSMC, has revolutionized chip manufacturing and plays a vital role in global electronics. In Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing, companies like Foxconn are at the forefront, shaping the industry’s future. Taiwan’s contributions to 5G/IoT are notable, with MediaTek driving advancements in connectivity solutions. The country’s commitment to Clean Energy is evident through companies like Motech Solar, contributing to the growth of solar power generation. In the realm of Digital Currency and Fintech, Taiwan’s companies such as Bitfinex have gained global recognition. These achievements reflect Taiwan’s leadership and market position in these sectors, driving innovation and propelling the industry forward.


Country Commissioner

Audrey Tang

Fmr. Minister of Digital Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

Commissioner for Taiwan

As a new member of the Global Tech Security Commission, we are committed to working with all stakeholders, especially on open and collaborative R&D, democratization of AI, privacy, and cybersecurity standards. We look forward to engaging in inclusive co-creation that leads to digital resilience for all.

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