* Asia markets likely to extend rally on foreign inflows * Foreign net inflows to Asia at 48-week high * China, Taiwan, S. Korea biggest winners By Faith Hung and Kevin Plumberg TAIPEI/HONG KONG, April 30 (Reuters) - After a six-month drought, foreign investors have been sending billions of dollars back to Asia, a trend some expect to continue on hopes China will lead the region out of the global economic recession. Foreigners have poured a net $6 billion into six major Asian ...
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