5 edition of The Taiwan economy in transition found in the catalog.
|Statement||Shirley W.Y. Kuo.|
|LC Classifications||HC430.5 .K8846 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 362 p. :|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||82063192|
This was after there had been attempts by the Portuguese to establish a colony The government in Taiwan then had to face the reality that import-substitution would not be feasible and that Taiwan would have to find industries that could export and earn foreign currency to pay for Taiwan's imports. These Chinese developed land, mainly in southern Taiwan, and specialized in growing rice and sugar. Its exports have been decreasing over the past few years, and work wages have not kept up with the cost of living. After the war, agricultural products generally faced the greatest trade barriers.
Are there common driving forces and shared patterns of transition in each of the related dimensions examined above? And what are the structural constraints holding the course of its development from going otherwise? In the first year of occupation, the Qing government shipped as many Chinese residents as possible back to the mainland. Some of the most important of these include communications and information technology, electronics, petroleum refining, chemicals, armaments, chemicals, food processing, and textiles. You simply need to sign in at reception on the day and they will give you a guest pass and direct you to the venue.
The other strategy avoids increasing the price of the products which were imported by subsidizing the losses of the domestic producers. Olds, Kelly. The sugar industry was centered in the south of the island and throughout the nineteenth century, the southern population showed little growth and may have declined. This would make domestic producers less competitive in international competition.
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Fragmentary human remains dated 20, to 30, years ago have been found on the island, as well as later artifacts of a paleolithic culture. Taiwan grew sugar cane but the harvested cane was exported for processing into sugar elsewhere, such as in Japan.
Sharpe, Chinese pioneers, however, were constantly pushing the bounds of Chinese settlement northward and eastward and the aborigines were forced to adapt. Taiwan was known to Chinese people on the mainland from ancient times c. Institute for Information The Taiwan economy in transition book   with its international recognitions  is responsible for the development of IT industry and ICT industry  in Taiwan.
Subsidies were available for certain manufactures under both regimes. Under the later export promotion The Taiwan economy in transition book, export processing zones were set up in which privileges were extended to businesses which produced products which would not be sold domestically.
Taiwanese entrepreneurs learned there was a good export market for mushrooms and created a mushroom-growing industry. After the war, agricultural products generally faced the greatest trade barriers.
The Tainan harbor grew in importance as an international entrepot. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, Large land developers often lived in the village during the early years but moved to a city after the village was established.
The late s was a period of civil war in China, and Taiwan also experienced violence and hyperinflation. Traditional labor-intensive industries are steadily being moved off-shore and replaced with more capital- and technology-intensive industries  in the pre-mature stage of the manufacturing industry in the global economic competitions on labor cost key performance indicatorautomation industry 4.
This SOAS-IOS joint workshop is part of a book project that hopes to bring scholars on Taiwan together in order to detail various aspects of this transformation and help identify the social and economic challenges Taiwan now faces.
Berkeley: University of California Press, Its principal exports include electronics, flat panels, ships, petrochemicals, machinery, metals, textiles, plastics, and chemicals. On the other hand, Koxinga and his heirs brought over soldiers who were required to clear land and farm when they were not being used in wars.
Inflation and unemployment are low; the trade surplus is substantial; and foreign reserves are the world's fourth largest.
A railroad was constructed running the length of the island and modern roads and bridges were built. Boulder: Westview Press, In the first year of occupation, the Qing government shipped as many Chinese residents as possible back to the mainland.
New Haven: Yale University Press, Taiwan: A New History.The Japanese, who had had their eye on Taiwan since the late 16th century, succeeded in gaining control of the island after China was defeated in the First Sino-Japanese War ().
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