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Mar 11, 14:20
Taiwan Mobile (TWM) and Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET), two of the three largest mobile telecom carriers in Taiwan, on March 10 reported net EPS of NT$1.02 (US$0.034) and NT$0.61, respectively, for January-February 2014.
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