injunctive relief (a hard sell in some Asian courts). The only way to increase your chance of enforcement is to show the manufacturer that you mean business by preparing a properly translated agreement that caters to the laws of the ROC -- or Peoples' Republic of China (PRC), depending on who is really in control in Taiwan. That means engaging an English speaking lawyer who is familiar with ROC laws. For more information, you may wish to check these two articles: one explains why a Triple-N agreement is the way to go with Chinese manufacturers, and the second explains the common pitfalls when trying to make the agreement enforceable.
An exception .... One exception to the rules expressed above is if the foreign manufacturer has a presence in the U.S. -- for example, there's a U.S. subsidiary or headquarters. In that case, the company is likely to be subject to U.S. jurisdiction and you may be able to enter into a typical template agreement. If you're seeking a basic NDA for various purposes, we've uploaded a collection of agreements with explanations.