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A Perspective of Cross Strait Relationship between Taiwan and India: An Analytical Framework and Its Implications

Gochhait, Saikat

2019 Taiwan Fellowship Scholar

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Date:2019/6/14

Abstract:

Taiwan is Asia’s 5th and the world’s 16th-largest economy. It has the world’s 4th-largest foreign reserves, ranks 15th amongst the world trading nations, is the world’s 21st-largest foreign investor; is the world’s 3rd most attractive destination for foreign investment; and, being a global leader in chip manufacture and the second-largest manufacturer of IT hardware, etc., Taiwan is a ‘hi-tech’ super power. India had supported to People’s Republic of China (PRC)’s One-China policy, in order to have strong trading relationship with Taiwan. The present study depicts with the help of gravity model to measure the bilateral trade issues between Taiwan and India with the help of their Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and distance.