November 29, 2017
The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and Taiwan Trade Center (TAITRA) held a Partnership Enhanced Seminar in Nagoya City on November 29.
Approximately 100 people participated, such as manufactures and business partners.
The experts featured the possibility of developing markets in the third country through cooperation between Japan and Taiwan companies.
Yasufumi Katou Survey, member of the JETRO Overseas Survey Division outlined Taiwan economics. He said the Taiwan machine tool industry was the world’s largest production per unit area, representing the Taiwan industry cluster.
Noriko Kawamura, chief researcher of Mitsubishi Research Institute, discussed the cases of businesses in Vietnam and Lao, where Japanese and Taiwan companies cooperate, and Joyce Shih,Senior Project Manager of TAITRA Toshiba Scientific Project Manager discussed the supporting structure of Japan and Taiwan companies in ASEAN, respectively.
Sintaro Mine, Chairman of JETRO Nagoya Trade Information Center, said that Japan and Taiwan maintain non-governmental practical relations. Both favorable likelihoods are high, the relationship is good. I want them to get a business opportunity.
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