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With global GDP growth stuck in the “new mediocre” of weak trade, low investment, and stagnant productivity and wages, tracking a sluggish 2.5% in 2016, what are the prospects for Taiwan’s trade dependent economy?

Taiwan’s economy has struggled in recent years, having seen three straight quarters of economic contraction in 2015 and posting dismal 0.72% and 1.48% GDP growth rates in 2015 and 2016, respectively. Fortunately, the global economy is showing signs of strengthening, with foreign trade exhibiting a strong revival in 2017. In this presentation, we will examine whether Taiwan can keep pace with the global economic upswing and several uncertainties in the outlook for Taiwan’s economy.

Speakers

  • 陳馨蕙 博士 Shin-Hui Chen, Ph.D. (中華經濟研究院 經濟展望中心 助研究員 Assistant Research Fellow, Center for Economic Forecasting, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research)

    陳馨蕙 博士 Shin-Hui Chen, Ph.D.

    中華經濟研究院 經濟展望中心 助研究員 Assistant Research Fellow, Center for Economic Forecasting, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research

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TW$ 1,400
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