Economic growth projected at 8.15% for 2010.

By bne IntelliNews October 20, 2010
The economy of Taiwan is projected to grow at 8.15% in this year and 4.59% in 2011 due to the slowdown in economic recovery. As reported by Taiwan Economic News, Director of the Center for Economic Forecasting at Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CHIER), L.R. Wang stated that the country's economic growth was good in the first half of this year with domestic investments increasing to 17.3%.

Economic growth projected at 8.15% for 2010.

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