Taiwan's economy enjoyed an apparent boom in 2010, enjoying GDP growth of about 10%. However, the jury is still out on whether that represents sustainable recovery or merely a rebound from the nadir of 2009. The government insists that closer relations with China will herald a boost in trade and investment, but some economists are not convinced.

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