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Taiwan’s exports to mainland China, Hong Kong hit record high as semiconductor demand fuels cross-strait trade

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The value of Taiwan’s exports to mainland China and Hong Kong hit an all-time high of US8.9 billion in 2021, thanks to the resilient demand for the island’s computer chips, according to the latest data released by the island.Taiwan’s finance ministry said the total was a 24.8 per cent increase from 2020.It included US5.9 billion worth of exports to the mainland, marking a rise of 22.9 per cent from the previous year and almost double the 11.9 per cent growth rate seen in 2020.For December…

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The value of Taiwan’s exports to mainland China and Hong Kong hit an all-time high of US$188.9 billion in 2021, thanks to the resilient demand for the island’s computer chips, according to the latest data released by the island.Taiwan’s finance ministry said the total was a 24.8 per cent increase from 2020.It included US$125.9 billion worth of exports to the mainland, marking a rise of 22.9 per cent from the previous year and almost double the 11.9 per cent growth rate seen in 2020.For December…

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