||Being particular about technology and efficiency and what influence the future lifestyle of human beings, neither of them is disconnected with the steel industry. As a result, the industry that plays a decisive role in the entire nation’s economic progression is a requirement and a token of an advanced country. In the times of technology to predominate, it’s indispensable to managing to upgrade the industry for the sake of adaptation to any impacts from in the middle of the future business operation. Consequently, we could keep pace with the so called leading-edge technology and jointly take responsibility as a contributor for the mankind advancement.|
In the steel industrial structure in our country, both technological and legal systems basically respond to the spirits of sustainable development. In the light of the global industry development, in Taiwan, how to build up small but sound enterprises lies in upgrading the technology and manufacturing high-class products and dodges to fight in the low price markets and targets at the worldwide advantageous requirements for environmental protection and energy saving and efficiency and safety. By means of technological and management superiority, we run after value promotion so that the outlook remains bright.
Will our steel industry facing the strategic competition of the globalization change subject to the influence of the operation strategics toward the mainland China? This is a question worth our concern.
The paper is to analyze what strategy and policy in the steel industries across the Straits are applied to cope under the new framework of WTO and also predict the future tendency by the profound understanding of the progressive profile in the steel industries across the Straits and analyzing patterns in all kinds of industries. On the one hand, the purpose is to find out more suitable analytic patterns of industrial competition; on the other hand, the analyzed results can be provided for the progressive practicians in the industries to frame the strategies or for the government to refer to make policies in a bid to continue to enhance competitive superiority in our steel industry or to look for a win-win situation for the steel industries across the Straits.