New Delhi, May 17 (UNI) The second edition of Taiwan Expo 2019 has witnessed potential healthcare companies from Taiwan looking for association in Indian market.
The three-day Expo which commenced Thursday, is being organized by the Bureau of Foreign Trade, MOEA and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), in association with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and support from India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO).
The Expo witnessed Taiwan-India Medical Cooperation Forum providing Indian companies an opportunity to learn about Taiwan’s current healthcare development, its diverse strength in the field of medical equipment, economic, trade etc and the areas in which the two countries can co-operate in the future.
The ''Taiwan Healthcare Pavilion'' themed as ''Medical Science and Technology'' and focuses on Taiwan’s high-quality services, such as medical services, materials, biotech, and Smart Healthcare equipment.
TSENG JU, Deputy Minister, Hsinchu Science Park Bureau spoke about Taiwan’s competitive Medical and ICT industry and how the expo aims to foster more cooperation and exchanges between Taiwan and India. (UNI)