Recent data from Taiwan have been mixed, with exports showing signs of life but consumer demand softening. We think the economy will weaken in the near-term as any further support from export demand is likely to be offset by falling inventories and slower consumption growth. Our forecast for just 0.2% GDP growth in 2023 is well below the consensus projection of 1% and would mark worst outturn since the Global Financial Crisis.
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