Economic growth expected to accelerate in May and June.

By bne IntelliNews April 6, 2012
Taiwan's economic growth is projected to accelerate in May and June this year, with the gross domestic product (GDP) forecasted to grow at least 2% this year. As reported by Channel News Asia, the economic growth pace is expected to bottom out during the second quarter of the year. The country is expected to experience sluggish economic momentum during March and April.

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