This paper tries to identify the key factors in government policies and market that significantly influence the cost and profit of Taiwanese enterprises (TEs) in China during 2007 and the first half year of 2008. Among various influential factors, this paper selects five key factors in the macro-economic policies and market to test their correlation with the TEs performance in China. In the questionnaires, the five key factors including "appreciation of Renminbi", "implementation of the Environmental Protection Measures", "implementation of the Contracted Labor Law", "reduction of the Rate of Value-Added Tax Rebate after Export" and "new Fiscal Incentive Policies" are selected and designed for further data collection. Their impacts on the TEs performance in different size & industries are examined using the Chi-square test.
Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference in Management Sciences and Decision Making=2009年管理科學與經營決策國際學術研討會論文集，pp.21-27