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Asia Silicon Valley 3.0


The government has formulated the Asia Silicon Valley Development Plan 3.0 (2025-2028) in response to the growth of generative artificial intelligence (AI) and to help Taiwanese industry meet the twin challenges of transitioning to digital and net-zero carbon business models. The plan aims to bolster exports of artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) and multiply investment in startups, with a focus on 5G private networks, generative AI and miniaturized AI technologies, and developing net-zero emission pilot sites. The plan incentivizes private capital investment and employs breakthrough approaches to multiply startup fundraising and exits. The goal is to foster more future unicorns (unicorns are startup companies with a valuation of more than US$1 billion), build a presence in key overseas markets and accelerate the expansion of Taiwan's global footprint, so that startups become a major driving force of the nation's future industrial and economic development.

Three main strategies

Promote AI, AIoT innovative applications: Integrate generative AI, miniaturized AI, 5G and satellite networks to promote system integration of hardware and software that enables the development of diverse vertical applications and the conversion of emerging technologies into scalable use cases. Additionally, use AIoT as a means to ease Taiwanese industry's transition to digital and net-zero carbon operating models, creating new business opportunities in partnership with global industry.

Develop a thriving startup "rainforest ecosystem": Inject fresh momentum into startup growth through the National Development Fund's strategic investments, and promote capital investment by the insurance industry, venture capital and other private funds. Encourage startups to work with corporations and research institutes in developing tech R&D, proof of concepts and other business partnerships for the creation of mutually beneficial outcomes. Propose expanded tax benefits for angel investors and provide tax incentives for investing in, acquiring or merging with startups. Optimize the environment for startups to grow, assist domestic innovative talent to pursue training abroad, and attract international talent to Taiwan.

Expand Taiwan's global digital presence: Expand promotion of the national brand Startup Island TAIWAN, and establish offices in key markets such as in Tokyo, Japan and California's Silicon Valley. Additionally, expand the export of smart solutions and attract strategic technology startups in areas such as chips and drones to create synergies with Taiwanese industry and strengthen international cooperation and global presence.

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