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2019 Trends of Six Main Industries Forum Photos - New Southbound Policy

2019 Trends of Six Main Industries Forum

In response to rapidly changing market demands across the world, regional integration and strained trade relations from the US-China trade war, the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) commissioned the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) to hold the “2019 Trends of Six Main Industries Forum” at the Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) on December 24, 2019. Over 600 attendees participated in this grand event.

Experience-Sharing Session at the 2019 TAIWAN EXPO Photos - New Southbound Policy

Experience-Sharing Session at the 2019 TAIWAN EXPO

The Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) commissioned the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) in holding a business experience-sharing session at the 2019 TAIWAN EXPO held at the Taipei International Convention Center on December 23.

Taiwan's exports grow for 2nd straight month in December Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan's exports grow for 2nd straight month in December

Taiwan's exports for December rose from a year earlier for the second consecutive month with the electronics sector in traditional peak season seeing an increase in shipments, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Tuesday.

Taiwan Smart Manufacturing for a Better Indonesian Manufacturing Future Student Workshop at Manufacturing Indonesia 2019 Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan Smart Manufacturing for a Better Indonesian Manufacturing Future Student Workshop at Manufacturing Indonesia 2019

Dec.5, 2019 | Jakarta, Indonesia –The ‘Taiwan: Smart Manufacturing for a Better Indonesian Manufacturing Future’ Student Workshop at Manufacturing Indonesia 2019 invited PT Gisma Cipta Sukses and Strada Vocational School to come and join this special event.

Taiwan Smart Manufacturing Pavilion & Press Conference at Manufacturing Indonesia 2019 (B) Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan Smart Manufacturing Pavilion & Press Conference at Manufacturing Indonesia 2019 (B)

In line with Industry 4.0 and in aspiring to meet growing global demands for smart automated manufacturing equipment, Taiwan’s machinery companies are scrambling to produce smart models, by incorporating advanced information technology into their products.

Green Trade Project Office - Creating Global Business Opportunities in Green Energy & Sustainability Photos - New Southbound Policy

Green Trade Project Office - Creating Global Business Opportunities in Green Energy & Sustainability

The green economy is a global trend. In order to allow all sectors of Taiwan to explore the business opportunities driven by the green industry and circular economy, Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Green Trade Project Office (GTPO) together with TAITRA held the “Forum on Global Green Industry Trend” together with “Green Trade Achievement Showcase” at the Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) on December 9, 2019.

Meeting Taiwan’s Top Green & Energy Saving Companies!

In view of the green promotion policy & energy-saving trends in New Southbound Countries, Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) through Green Trade Project Office (GTPO) organized the “2019 Taiwan Trade Mission of Green Technology” and led ten top green Taiwanese energy-saving companies to visit Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand from September 15th to September 21st, conducting over 500 one-on-one trade meetings and 3 visits to local companies.

Taiwan becomes Vietnam’s fifth largest foreign investor Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan becomes Vietnam’s fifth largest foreign investor

Taiwan was the fifth-largest foreign investor in Vietnam for the first 11 months of 2019, the Ministry of Economic Affairs’ (MOEA) statistics department reported Monday.

Superior technology and service key to maintaining Taiwan’s exports

Deputy economics minister Wang Mei-hua said on Friday that Taiwan must strengthen its competitiveness through superior quality and service. Wang was speaking in response to a letter submitted by scholars saying that the signing of a free trade agreement among China, Japan and Korea next year could pose a threat to Taiwan’s export competitiveness.

Taiwan Customs Continously Expands the Benefits for AEOs by Promoting Cross-border Mutual Recognition and Rationalizing Relevant Regulations

Authorized Economic Operators (AEO) system in Taiwan has been implemented since December 2009 to grant certified supply chain operators with AEO status and related benefits of customs clearance. This year, 2019, marks its 10th anniversary, a milestone for the implementation of this significant system that enhances supply chain security and facilitation.

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