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March 2 (Reuters) - Taiwan's central bank governor Perng Fai-nan made the following comments in a parliament session:
* Taiwan has massive forex reserves to maintain market order if a U.S. rate hike prompts foreign fund outflows.
* The U.S. dollar accounts for most of the central bank's forex reserves. The central bank did not increase its holdings of Chinese currency.
* Perng said earlier on Thursday the U.S. government is unlikely to label Taiwan a currency manipulator under the existing criteria used by the U.S. Treasury to assess currency policies of its trading partners. (Reporting by Faith Hung; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)