TAIPEI, TAIWAN - Aiming to further the bilateral trade and investment between Taiwan and Mainland China, the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) and World Trade Center Quanzhou (WTC Quanzhou) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Taipei on August 6, 2015. TWTC President and CEO, Win-Jung Huang, and WTC Quanzhou Chairman, Ma-shui Kang, represented their respective WTCs in inking the pact to promote cross-strait business exchange, trade missions, and market information sharing.
“The Asia-Pacific region is where World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) membership is growing the most rapidly,’ said Huang. “TWTC has been a WTCA member for over 30years and has played significant roles in the Association’s activities. This MoU will further enhance our cooperation with WTC Quanzhou. In particular, TWTC would like to invite WTC Quanzhou’s delegations to join our trade shows such as Computex Taipei, Taipei Cycle, and the Taiwan Trade Fairs in China,’ he added.
WTC Quanzhou was established in 2013 as a provider of business services and an organizer of enterprise matchmaking, networking, and charity events. Quanzhou is not only the economic and cultural center of the Fujian Province, but also the starting point of the “Maritime Silk Road” and a key part of the “Belt and Road Initiative.’ The MoU is expected to enable TWTC to work closer with WTC Quanzhou on enhancing regional economic and trade cooperation. Established in 1970, WTCA is a global trade promotion organization with 332 members worldwide, TWTC joined the WTCA family in 1981, and has been a devoted member supporting the Association’s activities ever since. TWTC Chairman Francis K.H Liang was elected as a WTCA Board member this year.
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