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Semiconductor-starved mainland China seen driving long-term surge in exports from Taiwan

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The first-quarter jump in tech powerhouse Taiwan’s export orders from mainland China and Hong Kong will probably be sustainable through 2021 due to competitive demand for semiconductors amid the rapid global economic recovery, economists say.Orders from Hong Kong and the mainland rose 34 per cent in March and 47 per cent in the first quarter compared with a year earlier, the Ministry of Economic Affairs said on Tuesday. Mainland and Hong Kong importers accounted for 33.7 per cent of those…

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The first-quarter jump in tech powerhouse Taiwan’s export orders from mainland China and Hong Kong will probably be sustainable through 2021 due to competitive demand for semiconductors amid the rapid global economic recovery, economists say.Orders from Hong Kong and the mainland rose 34 per cent in March and 47 per cent in the first quarter compared with a year earlier, the Ministry of Economic Affairs said on Tuesday. Mainland and Hong Kong importers accounted for 33.7 per cent of those…

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