The global economy has seen moderate growth since 2014. Due to the upturn in the global economy and plummeting international oil prices, the Taiwan economy made a solid recovery with growing exports. Taiwan’s total exports grew to US$313.84 billion, up 2.7% on the previous year. The economy registered a trade surplus of US$39.61 billion, which was an increase of $4.06 billion on 2013. Meanwhile, Taiwan’s export orders registered US$472.81 billion in total, an increase of 6.7% on the previous year. The top 3 export industries in descending order were electronics, automotive parts and accessories, and machinery.
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First published in 1971, Taiwan Products has been ranked as the top mainstream B2B magazine in Taiwan by the International Federation of Periodical Press. With the goal of introducing the export industries of Taiwan to the world, this full-color, English-language magazine is published in ten issues annually. Each issue is focused on a specific industry with featured articles, industry reports, supplier catalogs, and new product introductions. Taiwan Products is available in both paperback and online at ibook.taiwantrade.com.tw