Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) launched its office at New Delhi with the objective of promoting trade between India and Taiwan. The occasion saw James C. F. Huang, Chairman, TWTC; Chung-Kwang Tien, Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India; Harish Meena, Member of Parliament; Deepak Kumar, IAS, Executive Director, ITPO; and Ambika Sharma, Director General, FICCI in presence of other dignitaries and corporates, coming together to notify the MOUs signing for promoting bilateral trade between India and Taiwan.
The launch marks the start of a new chapter in India-Taiwanese business relation with leading Indian organizations such as Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Society of Manufactures of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) and World Trade Center, Mumbai among the corporates, signing MOUs for greater trade collaboration to enhance India-Taiwanese partnership in the field of exhibitions, electric vehicles, smart city and petrochemicals.
Started in 1970 by Taiwan’s foremost trade promotion organization, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), also known as Taipei World Trade Centre provides a single, modern venue that combines consulting service on trade-related issues, trading partners, suppliers, and markets for international business.
With World Trade Center Mumbai TWTC plans to launch Mandarin project in India, the project defined by Taiwan Government to propel Taiwanese language across various countries. The objective is to strengthen trade relations with India by promoting smooth cooperation and long term partnerships to excel trade.