Taiwan PMI April 2022


Taiwan: Manufacturing PMI falls in April

May 2, 2022

The S&P Global Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) fell to 51.7 in April from 54.1 in March. April's result marked the worst performance since July 2020. As a result, the index remained above the 50.0 no-change mark, pointing to a moderating improvement in business conditions from the previous month.

The moderating value of the index stemmed from the first fall in output in five months, and a decline in employment. New orders broadly stagnated, while supply delays persisted due to lockdowns in mainland China and the Russia-Ukraine war. Both input and output prices rose at elevated rates, amid broad-based price pressures.

Annabel Fiddes, economics associate director at S&P Global, said:

“Overall, the data suggest that the sector may struggle to regain momentum unless we see marked improvements in supply chains and customer demand. As there is still a great deal of uncertainty over the outlook in terms of the pandemic, Russia-Ukraine war and intense cost pressures, risks remain tilted to the downside.”

Our panelists project fixed investment to expand 5.0% in 2022, which is up 0.6 percentage points from last month’s forecast, and 3.6% in 2023.

Author:, Economist

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Taiwan PMIMANUFACT April 2022

Note: Taiwan Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI). Readings above 50 indicate an overall increase compared to the previous month, and below 50 an overall decrease.
Source: S&P Global.

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