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In response to the increase of tariffs, BenQ’s Jiashida’s 40 million US dollars will set up a factory in Vietnam.

According to the "Business Times" report, US President Trump announced that on September 1, it will impose a 10% tariff on the third wave of about $300 billion of mainland products exported to the United States. For this, BenQ Group's system factory, Jiashida, 30th The board of directors decided to invest in Vietnam to set up a factory with an investment of about 40 million US dollars.

Prior to this, Jia Shihong, Chairman of Jiashida, said that the three tips for the Sino-US trade war have been prepared. The first is to gradually transfer the US products to the Taoyuan factory. The display capacity will gradually increase from 200,000 units per month. It is expected to increase to 600,000 units per month in the fourth quarter. The second tip is to set up a factory in Southeast Asia. The last line of defense is to go to the United States for production and has already found a partner.

At the time, Chen Qihong also revealed that under the condition of 10% tariff, the production capacity in the mainland will not be fully transferred back to Taiwan, but the company will still be ready, depending on customer needs. Products that are sold to the United States will return to Taiwan first, but they also need to look at customer needs, because some customers have to remove, and some do not.