The Ministry of Science and Technology set up the Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), the first establishment of its kind in Taiwan, on December 15, 1980. By ushering in technologies and talent from abroad, bringing about the transformation of domestic conventional industry, and fostering the upgrade of industrial technology across the board, the park is intended to help high-tech industry take off in Taiwan.Straddling the city and county of Hsinchu, the 6.5-square kilometer HSP now mainly houses sem...More
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