July 2019  
Pros and cons of global conditions help sustain Taiwan's economic outlook
TIER forecast remains unchanged once more
The trade spat between the US and China has continued, whereas a talk will be conducted in late July. Nevertheless, a truce is still very uncertain. Trade diversion effects provide pros and cons to the economy of Taiwan. Its exports to China and Hong Kong have been decreasing, but they to the US market have been increasing. In addition, the homecoming Taiwanese investments could help pick up the growth of fixed capital formation. In summary, the negative impacts are somewhat balanced by the new-fangled benefits. As a result, the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER) forecasts that Taiwan's GDP will grow by 2.12% in 2019 compared with last year's, which is consistent with TIER's previous predictions in April as well as January this year. ...Read more
Minister inaugurates AI research center in India
Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Hsu Yu-chin (許有進) on Saturday inaugurated the Indo-Taiwan Joint Research Center on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning at the Indian Institute of Technology Ropar (IIT Ropar) in Rupnagar. (Source: Taipei Times)

019 Taiwan Vietnam Industrial Collaboration Forum in Ho Chi Minh City (Source: MOEA)
Taiwan Economic Research Monthly
Global brand trend insight and the opportunity for Taiwan's brand development
Global brand development trend and its importance II
Traditionally, Taiwan’s enterprises’ perceptions of the European and American countries have remained in owning many international brands, and their acceptances of new brands might not be relatively high. However, recent local and global studies reveal another circumstance. This article summarizes the similarities and differences between the international consumers on brands and product demands based on the consumption trends.
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