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Over 80% of Taiwanese CEOs confident in economic growth

A recent KPMG survey indicates that over 80% of Taiwanese CEOs are optimistic about Taiwan’s economic future over the next three years, exceeding regional confidence in the Asia-Pacific, although slightly below the global average. Surveying 50 CEOs from diverse industries, confidence in their specific sectors notably surpassed both global and regional levels. Despite this, Taiwanese CEOs showed less confidence in the global economy. The survey identified operational issues, including inappropriate employee behaviour and natural disasters, as the top risk to growth, with regulatory concerns and emerging technologies also highlighted. Interest rates and supply chain disruptions are growing concerns among Taiwanese leaders. While interest in generative AI development is significant, many CEOs are cautious, viewing the technology as still developing.


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