■ Join the Trans-Pacific Partnership within 10 years.
■ Obtain a GDP growth rate of 4.3 percent this year.
■ Sign free-trade agreements or economic pacts with major trading partners, including Singapore and New Zealand.
■ Promote local brands in the global market, so that the total value of 20 major brands reach US$21 billion by 2020.
■ Further open local markets and relax regulations to make Taiwan a gateway to Asia-Pacific markets.
■ Sign a peace agreement with China within the next decade with strong domestic support and supervision from the legislature, and hold a referendum to determine whether such a pact should be signed.
■ Move toward a new level of cooperation with China on global issues, such as food safety, public health, humanitarian aid, green energy and climate change.
■ Maintain the cross-strait “status quo” under the “three noes” policy — no unification, no independence and no use of force.
■ Maintain to the (so-called) “1992 consensus” in promoting cross-strait relations.
■ Consolidate the sovereignty of the Republic of China, build up Taiwan’s strength and establish long-term peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.
National security/foreign policy
■ Build up military capabilities and maintain military readiness to prevent war.
■ Continue defense and security cooperation with the US to maintain sufficient defense capabilities.
■ Create a barrier-free travel environment for international visitors.
■ Play the role of peacemaker, provider of humanitarian aid, promoter of cultural exchanges, creator of new technologies and business opportunities, and standard-bearer of Chinese culture in the international community.
■ Work to meet the standards of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
■ Further adopt liberalization and internationalization in a variety of areas, including foreign investment, talent recruitment, the running of corporations and innovation in science and technology.
■ Introduce reasonably priced for-sale and rental housing units nationwide starting next year.
■ Gradually implement a taxation system based on the actual price of real-estate transactions.
■ Push for legislation on an energy tax and adjust the structure of the energy industry.
■ Encourage energy conservation and the reduction of carbon emissions.
■ Reduce the budget deficit to 1.6 percent of GDP in the next fiscal year.
■ Trim the number of ministries and councils from 37 to 29 to streamline government operations.
■ Ensure that government abides by ethical guidelines and attains a high level of efficiency.
■ Improve the ranking of the nation in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index, in which it is currently in joint 32nd place.
■ Continue with existing measures in the fight against corruption and achieve “four noes” — no desire to be corrupt, no need to be corrupt, no opportunity to be corrupt and no daring to be corrupt.
■ Promote a “lay judge system” to enable professional judges and non-specialized members of the public to jointly engage in the hearing of trials as part of judicial reform.
■ Establish judicial protection centers at each district prosecutors’ office to handle grievances as cases proceed through the judicial system.
■ Run comprehensive trial operations and meet all safety requirements before beginning operations at the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant, which is expected to start commercial operation in 2016.