Export outlook continues to remains strong.

By bne IntelliNews August 9, 2011
Taiwan's export outlook continued to remain strong despite the effects of the falling U.S. (United States) sovereign rating on the world capital market, as the physical economies of the U.S. and Japan are still on a steady recovery path. As reported by Taiwan Economic News, the financial turmoil caused by the lower grading of the U.S. sovereign rating, is unlikely to have a direct or immediate impact on the country's industries. The export orders from the U.S. were recorded at USD 8.81bn in July this year.

Export outlook continues to remains strong.

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