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Even Without Formal Membership in IPEF, Taiwan may still be able to participate in the initiative

By Peter Chow / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

Ever since President Biden announced the policy concept of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) at the 2021 APEC summit, many Asian countries ha.. more

Outflows from China's Bond Market Driven by the Fed, Ukraine and COVID

By Alicia Garcia Herrero / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

Since the pandemic, China has experienced a rapid increase in its trade surplus and foreign investment, bringing its net forex receipts to a record hi.. more

New Business Models in the Era of 'Coexistence with Covid'

By Ingrid Chang / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

The dawn of the post-pandemic era has arrived. One after another, Western nations have opened up, and Japan and South Korea have also eased entry rest.. more

As the world reopens, it is finding digital finance is now a part of everyday life

By Huang Ting-xuan / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

As the pandemic eases, the world is gradually reopening. The United Kingdom took the lead in lifting all pandemic prevention regulations, and various .. more

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

Since the coronavirus emerged in late 2019, the world has been battling a mercurial contagion that has continuously mutated into ever more transmissib.. more

Banking Was a Critical Part of Ukraine's Modernization Process

By David Stinson / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

The wartime economy necessitates a mix of physical cash, centralized digital cash, and decentralized digital assets. The first is useful in all situat.. more

Hong Kong's mainlandization is nearly complete

By Matthew Fulco / 2022.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.150

The implications are grim for those invested in the city’s role as an international financial center, but many Chinese firms will thrive anyway .. more

RMB Internalization May be a Fruitless Endeavor

By Edward Hsieh / 2022.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.149

In the past, with its sound legal system, simple and low tax system, free movement of funds, abundant financial products, and large talent pool, Hong .. more

The Path Forward for Central Banks

By Paul Chiou / 2022.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.149

Inflation now exceeds 7% in Europe, 8% in the United States, 5.1% in the eurozone, and 5.5% in the UK, setting record highs since the energy crisis in.. more

At the Center of a Power Struggle, Taiwan Must Strengthen its Financial Resilience

By Luo Yi-bin / 2022.03 The Taiwan Banker NO.147

Followingthe outbreak of the Ukraine war, a broad cross-section of countries imposed unprecedented financial sanctions on the Russian central bank. Wi.. more