Exports decreased 16.8% y/y to USD 21.08bn in January.

By bne IntelliNews February 10, 2012
Taiwan's exports decreased 16.8% y/y to USD 21.08bn in January this year, as compared to 0.60% gain posted in December owing to steep plunge in exports of telecommunications, electronics and mining products. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the nation's imports increased 11.9% y/y to USD 20.66bn during the period, as compared to the 2.70% decline posted in December. The country's trade surplus decreased to USD 420mn during the period, as compared to USD 2.32bn posted in December.

Exports decreased 16.8% y/y to USD 21.08bn in January.

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