“We look forward to the B2B connections. We also welcome business tours and can help organize visits,” said Chien-Nan Kuo, CEO, Yu Tong Steel Company at an ‘Interactive meeting on 2015 Taiwan Trade Mission India,’ which was organized by WTC Mumbai, All India Association of Industries and Taiwan External Trade Development Council on May 15, at the World Trade Centre. A 20-member delegation from Taiwan, led by Chien-Nan Kuo, CEO Yu Tong Steel reached out to the Indian investors and members of World Trade Centre Mumbai in a joint effort to encourage bilateral trade.
In his remarks, the delegation leader, Chien-Nan Kuo, CEO, Yu Tong Steel Company introduced the are 20 members from various sectors representing hardware, livestock, poultry, food processing, water treatment, education, software, steel, metal, air-cooling, engineering, electrical and solar power companies, and so on.
“Namaste, We are going together as a joint delegation with WTC Mumbai to attend the Taiwan food fair, Taiwan is a very important market for international investors and is seen as a good testing market for Asia,” said Emma Yang, Director of Taipei World Trade Centre in her welcome address. Yang highlighted the grand food fair that is organized annually in Taiwan. She announced a joint delegation of WTC Mumbai and WTC Taipei to the food fair.
Rupa Naik, Director (Projects) in her opening remarks called the visit an encouraging development in Indo-Taipei ties. She said that there were ample opportunities for investments in India. Apart from Mumbai, Naik emphasized the immense scope for new projects and investments in Bhubaneshwar, Jaipur and Goa. Naik also called upon Indian investors to visit Taipei. “Taipei has been a leader and matched the competitive spirit of China. We now need to bring them to invest in our states. The Taipei World Trade Centre organizes many fairs and our members can avail of this business opportunity,” said Naik.
Richmond from Get Kuang Enterprise expressed his happiness over India’s progress and expressed a lot of confidence under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership. “You have a huge population that can actually boost the economy and under Modi’s leadership Indian economy is sure to overtake China and America.”
Executive Director, Y R Warerkar in his vote of thanks appreciated the efforts of Taipei World Trade Centre organized by Emma Yang. “Taiwan and India have been growing steadily due to mutual cooperation in science and technology, culture and educational exchange,” said Warerkar. He also mentioned the recent to visit Taiwan by WTC Chairman, Kamal Morarka and Vice Chairman Vijay Kalantri along with other officials.