China, Taiwan and India taking stock of the slow-down and manufacturing needs
This article was originally published in Clinica
After enjoying significant year-on-year growth, China and Taiwan have reported decreases in outward investments and in local manufacturing since the global economic downturn during the last quarter of 2008. However, China is fairly satisfied with the rate of growth of all local companies across all manufacturing sectors. India is also facing a slow-down, but remains confident of growth during 2009. All countries are implementing financial policies to help manufacturers.