ROC consumer voucher

The Republic of China Consumer Voucher was part of an economic stimulus package held by the government of the Republic of China.wikipedia
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Voucher

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The purpose of these vouchers was to combat the economic downturn in the country mainly due to the global financial crisis which began in 2007.

Taiwan

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The Republic of China Consumer Voucher was part of an economic stimulus package held by the government of the Republic of China.

Taiwanese nationality law

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The distribution of the vouchers to every ROC citizen born before 31 March 2009 and some foreign residents (i.e. spouses of citizens) began on 18 January 2009.

Recession

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The purpose of these vouchers was to combat the economic downturn in the country mainly due to the global financial crisis which began in 2007.

Financial crisis of 2007–08

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The purpose of these vouchers was to combat the economic downturn in the country mainly due to the global financial crisis which began in 2007.

New Taiwan dollar

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The overall amount distributed in the form of Consumer Vouchers was $85.8 billion New Taiwan Dollars, roughly around $2.75 billion USD.

United States dollar

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The overall amount distributed in the form of Consumer Vouchers was $85.8 billion New Taiwan Dollars, roughly around $2.75 billion USD.

Lottery

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They could not be used to buy lottery tickets or stored-value merchandise, such as prepaid cards.

Stored-value card

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They could not be used to buy lottery tickets or stored-value merchandise, such as prepaid cards.

Fiscal multiplier

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Based on the premise of a multiplier effect in economics, the ROC Government estimates a growth of 0.66% to 1% in GDP as a result of the increase in domestic demand from the circulation of these vouchers.

Economics

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Based on the premise of a multiplier effect in economics, the ROC Government estimates a growth of 0.66% to 1% in GDP as a result of the increase in domestic demand from the circulation of these vouchers.

Gross domestic product

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Based on the premise of a multiplier effect in economics, the ROC Government estimates a growth of 0.66% to 1% in GDP as a result of the increase in domestic demand from the circulation of these vouchers.

Great Recession in Asia

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To increase purchasing power, the ROC government has issued the ROC consumer voucher.

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