Tainan Science Park
Tainan Science Park (Chinese: 台南科學園區) of Taiwan is located in Sinshih, Shanhua and Anding Districts of Tainan City with a total area of 2,565 acres (10.38 km2), and is a part of the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP).
|Location||Xinshi, Tainan, Taiwan|
On 1 July 1993, the Executive Yuan approved the establishment of a science park in southern Taiwan as part of the Economic Revitalization Plan. The Phase I site of the park was approved in May 1995 and totaled 1,577 acres (6.38 km2), marking the beginning of high-tech development in southern Taiwan. Phase II was approved in September 2001 and covered an area of 988 acres (4.00 km2) The park focuses on optoelectronics, integrated circuits, biotechnology, and precision machinery industries.
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