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Taiwan's December exports fall for fourth straight month, decline expected to extend into first quarter

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TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan’s December exports posted a fourth straight fall as global economic conditions worsened. The decline fell in March as rising inflation and interest rates weighed on demand, while gains from China’s easing of COVID-19 controls were still to be seen.

Export drop . to $11.16 billion, minimum , the Treasury Department said on Saturday.

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