2001 Resolution on Creating a New Era in Taiwan's Economy

Through the efforts of the Taiwanese people and the democratic movement leaders, the
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) completed the first alternation of political parties in
Taiwan, ending fifty years of the Kuomintang rule. As evinced by this transition, the
universal value of democracy has taken root in Taiwan. At the beginning of the new
century, a new global economic order is taking place, and Taiwan's economic structure is
also facing a crucial phase of adjustment. In particular, given the new challenges brought
about by the accession into the World Trade Organization (WTO), as well as the formation
of trading blocs, Taiwan must accelerate its plans to reform, institutionalize, and regulate
the existing economic system.

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