Taiwan South Korea Comparison Essay

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Country comparison Taiwan vs South Korea

6,466€2017Q3Qu. GDP Per Capita € [+]
GDP Mill. € [+]2015468,427M.€1,275,290M.€2016GDP Mill. € [+]
GDP Mill.$ [+]2015525,236M.$1,411,042M.$2016GDP Mill.$ [+]
GDP per capita [+]201519,940€24,886€2016GDP per capita [+]
GDP per capita [+]201522,358$27,535$2016GDP per capita [+]
331,335M.€2017Q3Quat. GDP Mill.€ [+]
Debt [+]2015173,304470,4822015Debt [+]
Debt [+]2015192,280522,0002015Debt [+]
Debt (%GDP) [+]201536.61%37.76%2015Debt (%GDP) [+]
Debt Per Capita [+]20157,377€9,222€2015Debt Per Capita [+]
Debt Per Capita [+]20158,185$10,232$2015Debt Per Capita [+]
Deficit [+]2015-8,4206,8912015Deficit [+]
Deficit [+]2015-9,3427,6452015Deficit [+]
Deficit (%GDP) [+]2015-1.78%0.55%2015Deficit (%GDP) [+]
Gov. Health Exp. (M.€) [+]201583,615.2260,733.22015Gov. Health Exp. (M.€) [+]
Expenditure (M.$) [+]201592,771.0289,283.42015Expenditure (M.$) [+]
62,957.12015Education Expenditure (M.€) [+]
69,858.82015Education Expenditure (M.$) [+]
24.98%2011Education Expenditure (%Bud.) [+]
54,960.62016Gov. Health Exp. (M.€) [+]
7,346.21998Gov. Health Exp.(M.$) [+]
12.28%2014Gov. Health Exp. (%Bud.) [+]
33,248.62016Defence Expenditure (M.€) [+]
36,787.82016Defence Expenditure (M.$) [+]
10.58%2015Defence Expenditure (%Bud.) [+]
Expenditure (%GDP) [+]201517.67%20.92%2015Expenditure (%GDP) [+]
Expenditure Per Capita [+]20153,559€5,111€2015Expenditure Per Capita [+]
Expenditure Per Capita [+]20153,949$5,671$2015Expenditure Per Capita [+]
1,234€2015Education Expenditure P.C [+]
1,369$2015Education Expenditure P.C [+]
1,072€2016Gov. Health Exp. P.C. [+]
159$1998Gov. Health Exp. P.C. [+]
649€2016Defence Expenditure P.C. [+]
718$2016Defence Expenditure P.C. [+]
Moody's Rating [+]11/17/2016Aa3Aa212/18/2015Moody's Rating [+]
S&P Rating [+]12/18/2002AA-AA08/07/2016S&P Rating [+]
Fitch Rating [+]10/11/2017AA-AA-10/11/2017Fitch Rating [+]
Corruption Index [+]201763542017Corruption Index [+]
Competitiveness Ranking [+]201715º26º2017Competitiveness Ranking [+]
36.32015Fragile States Index [+]
RTI Raking [+]11/01/2016103º61º11/01/2016RTI Raking [+]
11º2016Innovation Ranking [+]
Unemployment rate [+]2017Q43.7%3.2%2017Q4Unemployment rate [+]
Unemployed [+]2017Q4438 m.895 m.2017Q4Unemployed [+]
NMW [+]2013655.7 $1,123.4 $2017NMW [+]
NMW [+]2013497.0 €1,065.3 €2017NMW [+]
34,152€2016Average Wage [+]
37,229$2015Average Wage [+]
30º2015Human Capital Ranking [+]
Euro / New Taiwan dollars [+]03/13/201836.19701,316.840003/13/2018Euro / South Korean won [+]
Stock ExchangeYTD % [+]03/13/20184.25%1.09%03/13/2018Stock ExchangeYTD % [+]
1.3%November 2016CPI (overall index) [+]
Money Market
Key rates [+]07/01/20161.38%1.50%11/30/2017Key rates [+]
Doing Business [+]201815º2018Doing Business [+]
Motor vehicle production [+]2016309,5314,228,5092016Motor vehicle production [+]
Vehicles / 1,000 people [+]2015326.80411.452015Vehicles / 1,000 people [+]
Standard VAT [+]01/01/20065.00%10.00%01/01/2006Standard VAT [+]
Top tax rate + SSC [+]201645.0%43.2%2016Top tax rate + SSC [+]
Exports [+]2016253,249.1 M.€447,579.7 M.€2016Exports [+]
Exports [+]2016280,321.4 M.$495,426.0 M.$2016Exports [+]
Exports % GDP [+]201554.90%35.10%2016Exports % GDP [+]
Imports [+]2016208,300.7 M.€366,963.6 M.€2016Imports [+]
Imports [+]2016230,568.1 M.$406,192.0 M.$2016Imports [+]
Imports % GDP [+]201545.64%28.77%2016Imports % GDP [+]
Trade balance [+]201644,948.3 M.€80,616.1 M.€2016Trade balance [+]
Trade balance [+]201649,753.3 M.$89,234.0 M.$2016Trade balance [+]
Trade balance % GDP [+]20159.26%6.32%2016Trade balance % GDP [+]
Density [+]20166545112016Density [+]
Population [+]201623,540,00051,245,7072016Population [+]
1,327,3242015Immigrant stock [+]
6,393.42016Remittance received (M.$) [+]
2.60%2015% Immigrant [+]
5,661.12016Remittance sent (M.$) [+]
2,345,8402015Emigrant stock [+]
4.60%2015% Emigrant [+]
0.9012015HDI [+]
Global Peace Ranking [+]201740º47º2017Global Peace Ranking [+]
116º2016Gender Gap Ranking [+]
60º2015Ranking [+]
8.60‰2015Birth Rate [+]
1.242015Fertility Rate [+]
5.40‰2015Crude death rate [+]
82.162015Life expectancy [+]
Number of homicides [+]20151923722014Number of homicides [+]
Rate Homicides per 100.000 [+]20150.820.742014Rate Homicides per 100.000 [+]
Environment and Energy
CO2 Tons per capita [+]201511.9412.272015CO2 Tons per capita [+]
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