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Taiwan seeks to benefit from China power crisis if export orders shift, central bank governor says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Taiwan may benefit from orders being shifted to the island if China’s power curbs disrupt the country’s exports, Taiwan central bank governor Yang Chin-long said on Thursday.The world’s second-largest economy is grappling with power cuts and electricity rationing after a collision of tight coal supplies, tougher emissions standards and strong manufacturing demand has pushed the price of coal, the biggest source of China’s electricity, to eye-watering records.Yang, taking lawmaker questions in…

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Taiwan may benefit from orders being shifted to the island if China’s power curbs disrupt the country’s exports, Taiwan central bank governor Yang Chin-long said on Thursday.The world’s second-largest economy is grappling with power cuts and electricity rationing after a collision of tight coal supplies, tougher emissions standards and strong manufacturing demand has pushed the price of coal, the biggest source of China’s electricity, to eye-watering records.Yang, taking lawmaker questions in…
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