Local manufacturing output dips for 1st time since 3rd quarter of 2020
Taipei, Feb. 18 (CNA) Taiwan's manufacturing output dipped for the first time in eight quarters at the end of 2022, as stubbornly high inflation and aggressive rate hikes by the major central banks weakened global demand and resulted in inventory adjustments.
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