The Taiwanese market, currently experiencing something of a lull after a promising 2004, could receive a welcome boost if the government pushes through proposed amendments to the Real Estate Securitization Act.

As it stands, the current law only allows assets with economic value -such as land, buildings, roads and parking lots - to be securitized. However, the changes to the Act would also see property under development or construction and undeveloped land to be included in transactions. Undeveloped land includes anything currently unused that does not generate revenue.

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