Taiwan in International Economic Relations

Taiwan in International Economic Relations

Abstract

As President Tsai Ing-wen assumes power, she faces a citizenry hoping that she can revitalize Taiwan’s economy, including: promoting high growth, low unemployment, equitable distribution of income, affordable housing for working people, food safety and quality of life in a democratic country. They also expect that she will not be deterred from engaging in the international arena. However, President Tsai faces several challenges amid slowing growth in much of the world, and Taiwan’s partial exclusion from the international economic order will affect prospects for her success in meeting expectations for further economic progress.

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