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CommonWealth Magazine Top 2000 CEO Survey on the Economic Prospects of 2019

Southeast Asia Replaces Longtime Favorite China

The top executives of Taiwan’s 2,000 largest enterprises believe economic prospects for 2019 are glum. Due to the potential fallout from a looming trade war between China and the United States, few dare to be optimistic about the global economy and economic development at home. The prelude to the big relocation of Taiwan’s supply chain is already over, and, while massive challenges are ahead, we can prepare for the battle by taking Chinese strategist Sunzi’s advice: Know yourself and your enemy, and you will not be defeated.

Corporate Citizen (CSR)
Guest Writer Submission

Is Taiwan Ready for the Circular Economy?

The paradigm shift is likely to disturb and shake up our conventional thinking, but authorities should stop dithering and start educating businesses and consumers on the value of using raw materials in the smartest possible way.

Top Mercedes-Benz Exec Plants Trees, Eats Stinky Tofu

“What’s cool about Taiwan is that it’s got both the mountains and the sea. A city like Taipei has the beautiful forests of Yangmingshan, and just half an hour down the mountain is the gorgeous coast. It’s stunning,” exclaims German national Eckart Mayer, the top executive at a leading automobile importer to Taiwan.

Corporate Citizen (CSR)
Landlord Drafts Tenants to Give Back

Taipei 101: World’s Tallest Public Service Platform

From the world’s tallest building to the world’s tallest green building, Taipei 101 wants to be the world’s most welcoming skyscraper. How will it fulfill this ambition?

Corporate Citizen (CSR)
12 Years of CommonWealth Magazine CSR Awards

Setting Ambitious Standards for Corporate Social Responsibility

Compared with previous years, Taiwanese enterprises made greater progress on the CSR front this time. In 2017 alone, companies poured NT$8.2 billion into charitable donations. The companies that made it into the top 100 corporate citizens employ a total of 460,000 people, accounting for only four percent of Taiwan’s employed workforce. However, these companies generate annual revenue in excess of NT$14 trillion, or 80 percent of the island’s GDP.

Corporate Citizen (CSR)
Delta Electronics Inc.

'The Time is Always Right to Do the Right Thing'

For the third year in a row, Delta Electronics has defended its top spot in the CommonWealth Magazine Corporate Citizen Awards rankings of large enterprises. The electronics company’s outstanding performance shows that corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not a question of good timing; the time is always right to do the right thing, i.e. moving forward with the CSR agenda.

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