Lin Bofeng, chairman of the Sansanhui, said today that it is expected that after China lifts the blockade, the economy should recover, which is conducive to the development of the supply chain.
(Photographed by reporter Liao Jianing)
[Reporter Liao Jianing/Report from Taipei] China has recently loosened its lockdown. Lin Bofeng, chairman of the Three Thirds Council, said today that he expects that after the lockdown is lifted, although the number of infections and deaths will increase, the economy should recover, which is conducive to the development of the supply chain.
Lin Bofeng attended the December regular meeting of the Third Committee of the Communist Party of China today. Before the meeting, he was interviewed to respond to the impact of China's loosening of restrictions on Taiwan's factories, enterprises' opinions on 2050 net zero carbon emissions, and the industry's views on the discussion of cabinet reshuffle.
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The media asked about the impact on Taiwanese businessmen and factories after China's relaxation of the epidemic prevention and control measures. Lin Bofeng said that this matter is related to the execution strength. The control should be done, but now the relaxation of the control and no home isolation, "the control is too strict , Relaxing too much now is certainly not the right way.”
Lin Bofeng went on to say that after the lockdown is lifted, the economy may have a chance to develop more stably. The potential risk is that the number of infected people and the number of deaths will increase. This also requires everyone's care and assistance. It is conducive to the development of the supply chain."
Regarding the industry's attitude towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, "Net-zero emissions are the goal of the world, and companies should fully cooperate with them." However, Taiwan should prioritize capabilities and interests. For example, some countries' carbon The price of carbon emissions is US$2 per metric ton, Singapore is US$3, and Taiwan should be US$10. This part should be carried out gradually.
As for whether the recent cabinet reshuffle will have a negative impact on the economy, Lin Bofeng said, "It is not clear yet," but the government should pay attention to the election results.
As for whether to expect a cabinet reshuffle?
Lin Bofeng emphasized, "I care about the economy. If the economy is doing well, I can accept it. But if the economy is not doing well, it's useless to talk about politics."
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