Export Performance Continues to Impress

February 2004
Asia Monitor: China & North East Asia Monitor;Feb2004, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p8
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Taiwan continues to enjoy a strong export performance. According to the latest available data from the Taiwan finance ministry, total exports for 2003 were US $144bn, a 10.4% increase on 2002. The outlook for Taiwanese exports is also positive, with strong economic expansion among Taiwan's main trading partners set to ensure continued impressive growth in exports for the rest of the year and beyond. Combined, mainland China and Hong Kong have now replaced the U.S. as Taiwan's biggest export market, accounting for 33.2% of total exports.


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