- Taiwanese small businesses were less impacted by COVID-19 than other Asia-Pacific markets.
- Fifty-six per cent of Taiwan’s small businesses expect to grow in 2021, survey finds.
- Small businesses are neglecting opportunities to adopt digital payment technologies.
TAIPEI, TAIWAN – Media OutReach – 31 March 2021 – Small businesses in Taiwan remain moderately resilient in the face of COVID-19-related uncertainties. In a recent survey by CPA Australia, 46 per cent of small businesses reported growing in 2020, while 56 per cent expect to grow in 2021.