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萬大工業區
Taiwan

Located by the Taiwan Provincial Highway 21, Wan Da Industrial Zone in Daliao District was established based on the government’s policy of “Leave Your Roots in Taiwan.” The land of the zone was released by the Taiwan Sugar Corporation with a total area of 83 hectares. The government helps small and medium enterprises to set up factories in the zone. Starting from Taiwan Provincial Highway 21, a U-shaped road is schemed as the main road with numerous factories and buildings in various sizes surrounded. With the green lawn placed on both sides of the roads, the peaceful and quiet zone provides an excellent environment for all enterprises to invest.

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