By Aries Poon
The Taiwan dollar rose to the highest since October 1997, driven by foreign inflows, Market Talk reported.
It reached 29.905 per dollar, versus 30.600 from late yesterday. A trader from a state-owned bank said the local currency will likely find its footing at 29.900 today, although 29.800 appears a more realistic support from now through to the year end.
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