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Half of US Firms in Taiwan Expect Chinese Military to Disrupt Operations Through 2023

After decades of experience of political tensions, most people in Taiwan went about their business largely unperturbed by the Chinese saber-rattling and threats. 

After decades of experience of political tensions, most people in Taiwan went about their business largely unperturbed by the Chinese saber-rattling and threats. 

Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg

Almost half of US companies in Taiwan expect increased Chinese military activity to affect their operations through next year, according to a new survey.

Even so, nearly three quarters of firms said they’d not been significantly impacted by the recent Chinese exercises following the visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the island, according to a survey of 126 US companies conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan.