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Subsidies for R&D expenditures are provided to encourage foreign companies to come to Taiwan to do R&D work on advanced technologies and engage in other business activities, and to connect with local industries, thereby promoting the upgrade and transformation of Taiwan’s industries.

Industrial Technology Foresight Research Program

This Program is designed for technologies that have not yet matured in Taiwan or abroad, and that will generate strategic products, services, or industries in the future. The subsidy ratio shall be at least 40% of the total budget for any given program, but no more than 50%.

A+ Industrial Innovation R&D Program — Industrial Technology Foresight Research Program

Integrated R&D Program

Applicants approved by the MOEA can receive subsidies for 40% to 50% of the total expenditures. To obtain MOEA approval, an applicant must: (1) be engaged in critical and general R&D, integration of upstream, midstream, and downstream technologies as well as cross-sector technologies, and be able to create industrial value chains; (2) have established common standards, agreements, or platforms for industry; and (3) have set up technology-related models for applications, services, innovative operations, or marketing, and have improved the industry''''''''s added value.

A+ Industrial Innovation R&D Program — Integrated R&D Program

Industrial Technology Innovation Center Program

The government provides subsidies for up to 100% of the cost of hiring new personnel with a master''''''''s degree or above, project leaders, domestic and foreign consultants, training fees, patent application fees, and equipment usage fees required for R&D management systems. Companies may specify the cost of human resources and collaboration in the R&D plan (paid for with their own funds) and the maximum subsidy for a project shall be 50% of the total budget. Expenditures shall be approved for two years for each application and the maximum subsidy shall be NT$20 million.

A+ Industrial Innovation R&D Program — Industrial Technology Innovation Center Program

Global R&D Innovation Partner Program

To encourage foreign companies that offer the benefits of complementarity with Taiwanese industries to engage in R&D and innovation in Taiwan, foreign companies that have been approved by the MOEA can receive subsidies for up to 50% of total R&D expenditures. To obtain MOEA approval, an applicant must: (1) have technologies that have not yet matured in Taiwan and that will generate strategic products, services, or industries in the future; (2) have the potential to help Taiwan create leading technologies or greatly improve competitiveness and extra value for major industries; and (3) be engaged in critical and general R&D, in integration of upstream, midstream, and downstream technologies as well as cross-sector technologies, and be able to create industrial value chains.

A+ Industrial Innovation R&D Program — Global R&D Innovation Partner Program

Taiwan Industry Innovation Platform Program

To guide industries in Taiwan to develop high-value products and encourage corporations to enter the high-end market, the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs, and the Ministry of Science and Technology are promoting the "Taiwan Industry Innovation Platform Program." The program provides companies that have R&D teams in Taiwan with funding of up to 40%-50% of the project budget for themed R&D projects and funding of up to 40% for projects independently conducted by corporations.

Taiwan Industry Innovation Platform Program, Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs

Update: 2020.07.06

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