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Slower Growth Doesn’t Hurt Taiwan ETFs

Taiwan's exchange traded fund (ETF) surged 3.3% last week, undaunted by reports that the economy there grew at a slower pace last month.

Economic expansion in the Taiwanese economy slowed slightly last month, and measures show that future economic growth may not be so hot, either. [ Trade Agreement Agrees with Taiwan ETF. ]

If this continues, warns one of the country's officials, the economy could begin to shrink by the second quarter of 2011, reports CENS . [ 4 ETFs for Asia's Growing Digital Market. ]

Taiwan's president, however, points out that the country's economy expanded a healthy 13.1% in the first half of the year from a year earlier. The president also says that foreign investment in the country has surged since signing a trade deal with China, says Focus Taiwan .

iShares MSCI Taiwan (NYSEArca: China; the country wants to open its doors to the world.

IQ Taiwan Small-Cap (NYSEArca: TWON) is up 1.2% in the last month and 10.9% in the last three months.

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