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Taiwan  Exports Up
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Taiwan Exports Up

Taiwan’s exports grew faster than expected in January, while imports slid on lower oil prices, providing a decent start to a year filled with uncertainties as to whether the island’s key tech sector can maintain its record momentum from 2014, Investing.com reported. Exports grew 3.4% last month, better than the 2.58% growth expected by economists in a Reuters poll. Exports contracted 2.8% in December.

 

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