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Taiwan Infrastructure Report Q3 2011 Published on July 2011

Report Summary Taiwan's construction sector continues to be animated by the strong number of projects in the pipeline. Although the industry's growth rate will ease to 5.88% in 2011 from a strong 10.43% in 2010, this is compared to a weak base contraction of 8.04% in 2009. Indeed, Taiwan continues to produce a large number of multi-billion dollar projects in both the transport and energy infrastructure subsectors. Key developments in recent months include: - The government's TWD744.7bn (US$25.84bn) plans to regenerate the southern cities of Tainan and Kaohsiung will present a plethora of construction and infrastructure opportunities. Plans are in the pipeline for a number of airport and port projects worth a combined TWD263.2bn (US$9.13bn) in Kaohsiung. They include: a TWD50bn (US$1.73bn) redevelopment of Chiayi County's Zengwen reservoir and Tainan County's Wushantou reservoir for improved water supply; the Yunlin county high-speed rail station; and a railway redevelopment project in Chiayi City. - In transport, in May 2011, the Executive Yuan approved a major TWD300bn (US$10.3bn) project to construct a third terminal and related infrastructure at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, according to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA). The new terminal will have annual capacity for 43mn passengers, while related works will include a third runway, depots and aircraft maintenance facilities. Meanwhile, in April 2011, a consortium led by Japanese company Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) won a TWD29.5bn (US$1.0bn) contract for the construction of a 16.7km automated metro in Taichung. - Taiwan's energy sector entered a period of flux following Japan's major earthquake and tsunami in March 2011. President Ma Ying-jeou appeared committed to the government's existing nuclear energy plans following the disaster. Ma insisted that Taiwan would neither accelerate the decommissioning of nuclear plants one, two and three, nor disrupt the construction of Taiwan's nuclear plant number four. Economic Affairs Minister Shih Yen-shiang later contradicted the President, claiming that bringing decommissioning forward remained an option. Meanwhile, the government abandoned plans to extend the life of two units at plant number one beyond 2018 and 2019, while Taiwan Power Company dropped a tender for advisers for a project to commission two additional reactors at plant number four. Nonetheless, the government reiterated that it has ruled out a fifth nuclear power plant and reaffirmed its longer-term commitment to eventually removing nuclear power from the island's energy mix. - After weeks of heightened concerns over Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant crisis, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) announced in April 2011 that it would offer subsidies of between TWD950mn (US$32.96mn) and TWD1.6bn (US$55.51mn) to companies willing to develop two model offshore wind farms by 2015. The government hoped to attract applications and proposals as soon as H211. BMI expects Taiwan's construction sector to climb from TWD382.89bn (US$13.16bn) in 2011 to TWD528.34bn (US$18.95bn) in 2015 and TWD754.41bn (US$27.94bn) by 2020.

Table of Content Executive Summary 5 SWOT Analysis 7 Taiwan Infrastructure SWOT 7 Market Overview ...... 8 Taiwan ....... 8

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