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In 1988, Taiwan to the mainland's total trade surplus proportion increase from 5.0% to 16.0%, three times more than in 1987. The government enacted "Act Governing Relations between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area " in 1992, so the cross-strait economic and trade exchanges are becoming more closer. Taiwan's trade dependence on China gradually climbed since 1993, cross-strait trade volume exceeded 1.5 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for Taiwan to the mainland's total trade surplus proportion accounts for more than 100% from now on. In other words, if the deduction Taiwan to the mainland part of the surplus, the overall trade deficit is the situation presents. But after 1995, due to the government's "no haste, be patient " policy and the impact of the Asian financial crisis, the annual growth rate of total trade show slowing phenomenon, in 1998 the case of the emergence of negative growth. In 1999, owing to the change of the international environment ( the trend of free trade ) and the impact of the new government came to power, and the cross-strait economic and trade relationships become active again, cross-strait trade volume in 2000 alone nearly 26% annual growth.
WTO Ministerial Conference in Qatar , has identified China on December 11, 2001 membership, and Taiwan on January 1, 2002 membership , between the two sides is bound to face the contracting parties must comply with the MFN, national treatment, reciprocity, market access and fair competition, and other basic norms in WTO. Recently, the Government consider the trend of international environment and decided to adopt "Proactive Liberalization with Effective Management" instead of " no haste, be patient " policy, Taiwan’s investment in China will open sharply, while the import barriers will decline every year.
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