Orders of made-in-Taiwan exports for mainland China and Hong Kong totalled US$10.5 billion last month, 26.7 per cent down year on year, Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs said last week. Photo: Reuters
Orders of made-in-Taiwan exports for mainland China and Hong Kong totalled US$10.5 billion last month, 26.7 per cent down year on year, Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs said last week. Photo: Reuters

Taiwan’s ‘softening’ economic outlook signals no quick end to setbacks in mainland China

  • Seven leading Taiwanese business indicators received a composite score of 95.63 in October, down almost 1 per cent from September
  • The index, which includes indicators for imports of semiconductor equipment, net hiring and export orders, is designed as an economic outlook for the next six months

Orders of made-in-Taiwan exports for mainland China and Hong Kong totalled US$10.5 billion last month, 26.7 per cent down year on year, Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs said last week. Photo: Reuters
Orders of made-in-Taiwan exports for mainland China and Hong Kong totalled US$10.5 billion last month, 26.7 per cent down year on year, Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs said last week. Photo: Reuters
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