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by Brian Wallace Semkow

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Brian Wallace Semkow
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0198288913
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Oxford University Press (January 12, 1995)
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In a unique book written from an interdisciplinary and well-balanced legal, financial and economics perspective that is. .

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Taiwan's Capital Market Reform examines from a unique interdisciplinary financial, legal, and economic framework, the history, current status, and future prospects of capital market reform in Taiwan. Taiwan emerged as a very important regional economy in the Asia Pacific in the 1980s, ranking among the top twenty in the world, and its economy is forecast to double by 2000 AD. This development, along with its eventual admission into GATT, among other bodies, will increase Taiwan's global stature. The system of financial markets has grown commensurably with the economy and substantial steps have been taken to liberalize and internationalize Taiwan's capital markets. This work examines the significance these measures have for domestic and foreign corporations and governments, and individual and institutional investors in Taiwan, Asia, and the rest of the world.