綜合上述五點分析，我們稱之為台商在中國大陸市場直接投資的困惑；我們建議政府應加速放寬有關海峽兩岸金融管制事宜，並主動協助台商赴中國大陸市場投資與營運。 In recent days, Taiwanese enterprises’ investments and operations in Mainland China stimulate the needs of financing tendered by financial institutes. However, Taiwanese banks don’t play such a role because of official restrictions by laws.
1) Taiwanese enterprise''s demands of financing offered by Taiwanese banks, rather than increase, decrease gradually.
2) The scale of Taiwanese regional banks appears to be relatively contracting for excessive permission of new bank''s establishment.
3) Due to the legal restriction, the investments on Mainland China by Taiwanese enterprise have diminishing reliance on financing offered by government-operated banks of Mainland China.
4) The phenomenon of decreasing dependence on financing offered by Mainland China''s local banks reflects the fact－there is an expanding gap between Taiwanese enterprise''s production and capital action.
5) The paradox is that, although Mainland China owns their local banks, Taiwanese enterprises have the drastic increase in the financing offered by foreign-invested banks.
In sum above, we call the five points “Confusion of International direct investment”. We recommend our government to release the constraints about cross-strait financing, and to help Taiwanese enterprises invest and operate at Mainland China.