Definition of Taiwan dollar
1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Taiwan.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taiwan Dollar
Literary usage of Taiwan dollar
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. East Asia: Regional Economic Integration and Implications for the United States by Julie Bringe (1993)
"The ensuing appreciation of the New taiwan dollar after 1987 and increases in wages made Taiwan's labor-intensive industries less competitive relative to ..."
2. Growth in Japan's Horticultural Trade With Developing Countries: An Economic by Masayoshi Honma (1991)
"... advantage in labor-intensive industries such as the canning industry due to increasing labor costs.19 Appreciation of the new taiwan dollar against the ..."
3. International Business Practices (1993)
"•Population: 20 million • Currency: New taiwan dollar (NT$) •GDP: US$71 billion • Language: Chinese Tax Treaties: There is not yet a treaty between the ..."
4. International Finance & Developing Countries in a Year of Crisis; 1997 by Barry Herman (1998)
"On 18 October, the central bank of Taiwan Province of China abandoned its attempt to defend the New taiwan dollar and allowed the exchange rate to fall, ..."