January 2016  
Emerging economies losing steams; global recovery slows down
Headwinds go on; TIER adjusts its forecast downward
The plunging crude oil and major stock prices continue to take a serious toll on the global economy. Most international forecasting agencies have revised down their forecasts for world economic growth of this year. In addition to slowing Chinese economy, emerging economies that rely on production and exports of raw materials are also facing great challenges. ...Read more
Gov't to promote TPP bid 'according to schedule'
-Acting Premier Simon Chang said Friday that government agencies must submit on schedule by the end of March a first batch of legal amendments needed to facilitate Taiwan's entry into the U.S.-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade bloc. Chang gave the directive during a meeting of the TPP/RCEP task force at the Cabinet. The RCEP refers to the China initiated Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership trade bloc. The Executive Yuan said the TPP is a high standard trade agreement and will involve all government agencies. (Source: The Chinapost)

Cities and Counties Devoted Efforts to Win the Creative Energy Saving Competition (Source: MOEA)
Taiwan Economic Research Monthly
Taiwan's new economic movement in 2016
The Cross-Strait economic and trade relationship in 2016
President Ma Ying-Jeou promotes cross-strait economic and trade exchanges, openness and cooperation that were in positive progress, however there were also some problems in the process of cross-strait exchanges and cooperation. This article discusses the related issues as well as analyses the impacts of new trends in cross-strait relations at this stage.
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