Exports decreased 6.4% y/y in April.

By bne IntelliNews May 9, 2012
Taiwan's exports decreased 6.4% y/y recording USD 25.54bn in April this year. As reported by AAStocks Financial News, the country's total imports grew 2.1% y/y registering USD 24.86bn during the period, bringing the trade surplus to USD 690mn for the period. The exports to Mainland China and Hong Kong declined 11.6% y/y recording USD 9.86bn during the period.

Exports decreased 6.4% y/y in April.

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