Taiwan Proposes Revision To Existing Law To Prevent China Stealing Core Technology

FILE PHOTO: A Taiwanese flag flaps in the wind in Taoyuan, Taiwan, June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Ann Wang/File Photo

In a story published by the cna.com on September 29th, 2021, the Taiwan government is proposing to revise an existing law to prevent China from stealing its “national core technology,” a reflection of concerns from Taipei over Beijing’s enhanced industrial espionage efforts against Taiwan.

The proposed revision, which is pending the Taiwan parliament’s passage, features protecting the island’s manufacturing technology for advanced chips. It stipulates that people getting government money for this technology are required to seek prior permission from government before going to China, and a fine of US$360,555 shall be imposed on those violating the law.

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