The international community and break through the oppression of the international communist forces, China had to win the diplomatic recognition of more countries. In such an international atmosphere, Taiwan exported cane planting technology and sugar refining skills, helped other countries train equipment operators, and built sugar factories for production. From a regional perspective, Southeast Asia is a precedent for Taiwan's sugar production technical assistance.
On March 18, 1948, Taiwan Sugar telemarketing list Corporation, the United States General Administration of International Cooperation in China, and the Vietnamese government representative signed a technical service contract in Taipei to establish a tripartite cooperation platform. On the basis of funding from the United States, the Taiwanese company organized a sugar industry technical team to Vietnam to help build three sugar factories, thereby strengthening Vietnam's anti-communist stance.
Taiwan's sugar production technology is deeply admired by Vietnam. When the two sides established the "China-Vietnam Economic Cooperation Committee" in 1949, Vietnam designated Taiwan to assist it in opening more sugar factories to expand its production scale. After that, Vietnam continued to strive for the technical team of Taiwan Sugar Company to go to the territory to instruct sugarcane planting and sugar refining skills.