In 2013, Taiwan was the seventh largest market for U.S. food and agricultural products with imports of US$3.2 billion. So far, this trend has continued throughout 2014. While the overall economy is recovering at a slow pace (2.82% - 2014 forecast), Taiwan is still a significant market with serious growth potential in consumer-oriented products, worth US$4.6 billion in 2013 (Table 1). In addition, U.S. exporters have successfully used Taiwan as a springboard into China and other Asian markets, taking advantage of close cultural, language and business ties.

Taiwan: Exporter Guide