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|Title: ||臺日韓TFT-LCD產業競爭優勢之研究 : 以友達、夏普、三星為例|
|Other Titles: ||Competitive advantage of TFT-LCD industry among Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea : a research of AUO, Sharp and Samsung|
|Authors: ||張慈恒;Chang, Tsz-heng|
|Keywords: ||TFT-LCD;競爭力;策略聯盟;競合關係;TFT-LCD;competition;strategic alliance;relationship of competition and collaboration;TFT-LCD;競争力;戦略的な提携;コンペティション|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:54:22 (UTC+8)|
Although Taiwan stepped into the industry comparatively later than the others, with its innate advantages of sufficient capital and government policy, Taiwan’s TFT-LCD industry developed rapidly in the beginning of 21st century.Korea developed the industry by “group-operating,” and they make use of key spare parts’ resources from subsidiary companies in the group, thus it’s easier to control cost, and the country’s competitiveness can be more powerful than others.The TFT-LCD industry technique originated from Japan, so it’s not hard to obtain equipment and materials here. However, after Asian Financial Crisis in 1997, Japan met an economic setback, and lost the chance to go forward to fourth and fifth generations.
In Asia, Japan, Taiwan and Korea are the top three in the TFT-LCD industry among the other countries, what should Taiwan do to survive under this circumstance? The followings are the points I want to state in this study:
First, Taiwan plays an important role as OEM in the panel industry because it is presently in the production line of fifth and sixth generation, which holds a powerful output, and most of its’ cooperation companion are international well-known Brand. If Taiwan government could accelerate the development of upstream and downstream of this industry, with Taiwanese companies’ outstanding output, its core competitiveness highlighted. Secondly, the S-LCD of Samsung/Sony cooperation has indeed brought impact to Taiwanese manufacturers on the issue of brands and equipment manufacturing. Taiwan now has a certain of OEM ability, if it can try to search for Japanese company to work with for brand and manufacturing, it should be a pioneering action of Japan-Taiwan strategic alliance. Third, The relationship of Japan-Taiwan strategic alliance will certainly be a momentous strategy to compete Korea. Besides for further cooperation relationship, the strategic alliance has to overcome many latent problems such as "tax preferential for industries in Taiwan," "over protection towards industries," "the differences between Taiwanese and Japanese industrial culture." If these problems could be solved, the relationship between Japan and Taiwan will surely be smoother to achieve win-win situation.
|Appears in Collections:||[日本研究所] 學位論文|
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