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UPDATE 1-Taiwan c.bank stands pat, cuts GDP forecast as export orders drop

11:18am BST

TAIPEI, June 20 Taiwan's central bank again cut its 2019 economic growth forecast on Thursday after export orders fell for a seventh straight month, but it kept rates unchanged near record lows.

Taiwan's CPC says naphtha tanker hit by suspected attack in Middle East

13 Jun 2019

TAIPEI An oil tanker carrying fuel from the Middle East for Taiwan's state oil refiner CPC Corp was suspected to have been attacked earlier on Thursday, the company said.

Taiwan's CPC says naphtha tanker hit by suspected attack in Middle East

13 Jun 2019

TAIPEI An oil tanker carrying fuel from the Middle East for Taiwan's state oil refiner CPC Corp was suspected to have been attacked earlier on Thursday, the company said.

Taiwan's CPC says naphtha tanker hit by suspected attack in Middle East

13 Jun 2019

TAIPEI An oil tanker carrying fuel from the Middle East for Taiwan's state oil refiner CPC Corp was suspected to have been attacked earlier on Thursday, the company said.

UPDATE 2-Taiwan's CPC says naphtha tanker hit by suspected attack in Middle East

13 Jun 2019

* Ship scheduled to arrive in Taiwan in July -official (Adds comments)

UPDATE 1-Taiwan c.bank stands pat on rates as export orders slip

20 Dec 2018

* Sino-U.S. trade conflict may affect growth momentum - c.bank

Taiwan's central bank keeps rates on hold, export orders top forecasts

21 Jun 2018

TAIPEI Taiwan's central bank left its policy interest rate unchanged on Thursday, with robust export orders helping to keep the economy on a solid growth path even amid China-U.S. trade tensions.

Taiwan exports stay buoyant in January, but miss forecast

07 Feb 2018

TAIWAN Taiwan's exports missed expectations in January but maintained double-digit growth, marking a strong start to the year for the island's factories as global tech demand stays buoyant.

Taiwan's export order growth eases, may pick up speed on iPhone X

20 Sep 2017

TAIPEI Taiwan's export orders rose for a 13th straight month but at a slower pace in August, a boon for the region's tech-manufacturing economies riding the surge in global demand for electronics products.

Taiwan central bank to hold fire on rates as tech boom bolsters economy

20 Jun 2017

TAIPEI Taiwan's central bank is expected to leave its policy rate unchanged for the fourth straight quarter this week, as demand for the island's tech exports keeps its economic engines firing.

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