Taiwan's export orders declined unexpectedly in April reflecting weak demand in major sectors, data from the Ministry of Economic Affairs showed Monday.
Export orders were down 3.52 percent from a year ago, while economists were looking for a 0.51 percent rise.
Month-on-month, overall orders dropped 5.95 percent largely due to decline in demand for chemical, textile, and electronic products.
by RTT Staff Writer
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