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Source: Taiwan News
Taipei : Taiwan | almost 2 years ago  
Taipei, Oct. 24(CNA) There are signs that Taiwan's exports are regaining momentum after six consecutive months of year-on-year decline in export orders, Economics Minister Shih...
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