Taiwan July export orders fall 3%, beats f'cast
TAIPEI, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Taiwan's export orders for July, released by the Ministry of Economic Affairs on Tuesday.
The data is an indication of the strength of Asian exports and of global demand for technology.
Export orders (y/y pct)
Export orders from China
Export orders from U.S.
Export orders from Europe
Export orders from Japan
* revised figure
The ministry's website is http://www.moea.gov.tw/
(Reporting By Jeanny Kao and Yimou Lee; Editing by Kim Coghill)
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