The economic history of Taiwan

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The budget of the fourth nuclear power plant is going to be cut in Taiwan Congress
Press release of the Green Party Taiwan, 7 November 1997. The Taiwan Congress (Legislative Yuan) Committee cut all the budget of its planned fourth nuclear power plant and shut down the project. Anti-nuke activists said it was a slap to the new deal of the American nuclear facilities export to China after the Clinton-Jiang meeting regarding the NO-NUKE-ASIA forum.
Mutual aid societies
Dialog from the H-Asia list, October 1995. Citations of works on the subject.
Quiet time
Editorial, The Economist, 20 August 1998. While currency traders in other financial centres are battling turbulent markets, their counterparts in Taipei are desperate for a little action. That Taiwan's financial markets are unexciting represents a victory of sorts for the island's central bank, the Central Bank of China.
Taiwan's big economic headache
By Lawrence Chung, The Straits Times, 30 December 2000. After weathering the Asian financial crisis, something is now very wrong with the economy as people are being laid off and the market is plunging.
Taiwan Experiences Worst Economic Crisis: Analysts
By Dong LIU, CND, 22 July 2001. Taiwan is now experiencing its worst economic slowdown in almost three decades since the world's first oil crisis in the early 1970s. More and more people seem to have lost faith in the leadership and its ability to weather the country through the recession.
Taiwan’s Economy Continues to Show Signs of Recovery
By Dong LIU, CND, 28 December 2001. The leading indicator index of Taiwan’s economy has risen for the second consecutive month. The Council for Economic Planning and Development believes that the economy is likely to recover from March on if the index of leading indicators for December continues to show increase.