Outlook and Assumptions: Outlook

March 2012
Taiwan Country Monitor;Mar2012, p3
Country Report
The article presents an overview on the economic performance of Taiwan for 2009-2013 with regards to economic growth and economic policies. Noted is that the country's economic momentum will likely be restrained to the unresolved Eurozone sovereign debt crisis. On the other hand, policy rates are kept on hold by the central bank through the end of 2012 while coping control over inflationary pressure. Speculations have also been restrained as the real estate market in Taipei, Taiwan is cooling.


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