(Adds details, analyst comment) TAIPEI, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Taiwan stocks hit their lowest close in nearly three months on Tuesday with tech issues like AU extending losses as a sharp retreat in the Taiwan dollar fueled worries over foreign investor interest. The TAIEX share index gave up early gains to end down 17.32 points, or 0.29 percent, at 6,032.12, its weakest finish since June 1. The local dollar was at T$32.685 to the U.S. dollar on the main Taipei Forex Inc. exchange, losing ...
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