Taiwan in 2005

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Case Code : ECOA133
Case Length : 19 Pages
Period : -
Organization : -
Pub Date : 2005
Teaching Note :Not Available
Countries : Taiwan
Industry : -

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Relations with China

Taiwan's relations with China remained volatile and a subject of intense media speculation. Giant loudspeakers inside a military base on the tip of Kinmen (also known as Quemoy), a tiny island controlled by Taiwan still broadcast music across the 2km (1.2 mile) stretch of water to Xiamen. The original purpose of these broadcasts, which began in 1949, was to undermine the mainland's faith in communism and help to extend Taiwan's government to the whole of China. China's loudspeakers had been silent since 1991. It had also been decades since the two sides had lobbed artillery shells at each other's broadcasting facilities...

The Road Ahead

Late April 2005 saw a visit to the mainland by Lien Chan, Chen's chief political opponent and chairman of Taiwan's Kuomintang (KMT). As millions of Taiwanese and Chinese watched on television, Chinese President Hu Jintao shook hands with the opposition leader at a lavish state reception in Beijing...


Exhibit 1: Taiwan
Exhibit 2: Economic Data
Exhibit 3: Taiwan's GDP Growth
Exhibit 4: Taiwan's Foreign Direct Investment in China
Exhibit 5: Taiwan's Trade with China
Exhibit 6: Products Made by Taiwanese Companies, 2003 World Market Share
Exhibit 7: Taiwan's Tech Clout - Where the Island's Industries Rank Globally
Exhibit 8: Defence Spending as % of GDP
Exhibit 9: Changes in Taiwanese/Chinese Identity


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