fh2000 wrote:Looking at foreign reserves, Taiwan is #5.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co ... e_reserves
1 People's Republic of China
3,305,000 Mar 2012
2 Japan 1,289,542 Apr 2012
(EU member states which have adopted the euro, incl. ECB) 896,531 Mar 2012
3 Saudi Arabia 541,091 Dec 2011
4 Russia 524,370 Apr 2012
5 Republic of China (Taiwan) 395,070 Apr 2012
. What are the rules for FII investing in Taiwan’s bond market (Investment ranges and limitations)?According to Regulations Governing Investment in Securities by Overseas Chinese and Foreign Nationals Article 4 and supplement letters announced by SFB on 10rd of November, 2009, No. 09800569731, foreign investors are allowed to invest in government bonds, time deposit, money market instruments and funds(time deposit and money market instruments limited within 90days from the due date), futures for hedging purpose, options, NT dollars interest rate derivatives.
NT dollars interest rate derivative products include: Forward Rate Agreement (FRAs), Interest Rate Swap (IRS), Interest Rate Option (IRO). The investment amount for securities mentioned above should not exceed 30% of remittance in amount. However, there is no restricted trading amount of outright purchase and sell of government bonds for foreign investors.
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