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Republica dla Cina
中華民國
Zhōnghuá Mínguó
Flag of the Republic of China.svg
National Emblem of the Republic of China.svg
Inn
中華民國國歌 (Zhōnghuá Mínguó Guógē)
Taiwan (orthographic projection).svg
Inuem ufiziel 中華民國
Zhōnghuá Mínguó
Rujeneda ufiziela Cinesc standard
Capitela Taipei
Abitanc 23 451 837 ab. (2021)
Spersa 36 197 km²
Densità 647,9 ab./km²
Guviern
Forma de guviern Republica semi-presidenziela unitera
Presidënt Tsai Ing-wen
Prim minister Su Tseng-chang
Economia
PIB (numinel)
• de ndut
• a persona
(2022)
$841 miliarc
$35 861
PIB (VPC)
• de ndut
• a persona
(2022)
$1 605 miliarc
$68 438
Munëida Nuef Dollar Taiwanesc (NT$) (TWD)
Auter
TLD Internet .tw
Prefis dl telefon +886
Furnea a man drëta
Codesc ISO 3166 TW

L Taiwan (cinesc tradiziunel: 臺灣), ufizielmënter la Republica dla Cina (cinesc tradiziunel: 中華民國) ie n stat[1][2][3][4] te l'Asia urientela. L cunfina cun la Republica Populerda dla Cina a vest, cul Iapan a nord y cun la Filipines a sud. L raion de la republica dla Cina ie de 168 ijules cun na spersa totala de 36.193 km²[lower-alpha 1][5][6][7]. De chësta ijules ie Taiwan, ënghe cunesciuda coche Formosa, la ijula prinzipiela cun na spersa de 35.808 km². Doi terc de l'ijula, dantaldut a est, ie crëps y montes, y n terz, dantaldut tl vest, ie planadures scialdi urbanisedes. La capitela ie Taipei, che fej ora n gran raion metropolitan adum cun Nuef Taipei y Keelung. Autra gran ziteies ie Kaohsiung, Taichung, Tainan y Taoyuan. Cun na populazion de plu de 23 milions de persones ie l Taiwan un di stac cun la densità de populazion plu auta al mond.

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  1. There are three contemporary geographic definitions of "Taiwan" (see List of islands of Taiwan and Regions of Taiwan), which may refer to:
    1. Common name of the state officially named the Republic of China, this contains all 168 islands administered by the ROC, collectively known as the Taiwan Area;
    2. Taiwan proper region (本島地區), the geographical unit encompass the island of Taiwan and its offshore islands as well as the Penghu Islands, excluding the outlying island groups of Kinmen, Matsu, Wuqiu, and the South China Sea islands;
    3. The island of Taiwan, this indicates only the main island within the geographical unit and the state.
  1. Fell, Dafydd (2018). Government and Politics in Taiwan. London: Routledge. p. 305. ISBN 978-1317285069. Moreover, its status as a vibrant democratic state has earned it huge international sympathy and a generally positive image.
  2. Campbell, Matthew (7 January 2020). "China's Next Crisis Brews in Taiwan's Upcoming Election". Bloomberg Businessweek. No. 4642. pp. 34–39. ISSN 0007-7135. Trat ite ai 24 September 2020. Much has changed in Taiwan since Chiang's day, but this liminal quality has never really gone away. By almost any functional standard, it's a sovereign country
  3. Carolan, Christopher (May 2000). "The "Republic of Taiwan": Legal-Historical Justification for a Taiwanese Declaration of Independence" (PDF). New York University Law Review. 75 (2): 429–468. Trat ite ai 17 March 2022. These six criteria demonstrate that under international law Taiwan merits recognition as an independent state and as such is already a de facto state.
  4. Donald S. Zagoria (30 October 2003). Breaking the China-Taiwan Impasse. ABC-CLIO. pp. 68–. ISBN 978-0-313-05755-7. OCLC 1058389524. Trat ite ai 20 March 2022. Taiwan possesses all of the elements of a sovereign state: a legitimate government, population, and a well-defined territory. The fact is that the People's Republic of China (PRC), while claiming sovereignty over Taiwan, has never ruled Taiwan since the PRC's establishment in 1949. Thus, Taiwan is in fact a sovereign country from our perspective.
  5. "TAIWAN SNAPSHOT". Trat ite ai 15 March 2020.
  6. "Taiwan". The World Factbook. United States Central Intelligence Agency. Trat ite ai 6 May 2019.
  7. Economic Development R.O.C (Taiwan) (Report). National Development Council (Taiwan). p. 4. Trat ite ai 6 November 2021.