Unlike almost every other country in the world, Taiwan has weathered the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic admirably well.
Taiwan's government has gained international acclaim for its fast and effective response to the outbreak. With only a few deaths and a few hundred infected citizens, Taiwanese swift measures prevented its economy from total stand-still, and also enabled a quick recovery and return to normal.
Even though Taiwan will have to face disruptions in global supply chains, the collapse of global demand and the freeze in global tourism, the conditions for economic recovery are much more favorable than in other countries.
Read our newest article and find out why Taiwan can truly become the bright spot in a sea of economic uncertainty in the post-COVID-19 world.