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[Information] Taiwan Delegation Seeks to Expand Business in Kuwait

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[Information] Taiwan Delegation Seeks to Expand Business in Kuwait (Chinese Version)

The China Post (2011/11/19) Taiwan's Institute for Information Industry (III) led a group of representatives from the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector on a visit to Kuwait Friday in a bid to expand business in the Middle East, the institute said.

The delegation, led by III Chairman Chintay SHIH and Executive Vice President Gary GONG, will also share their experience in the ICT industry and renewable resources at a series of seminars, the institute said.

The seminars have been organized by Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR) and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology of Saudi Arabia.

With the help of Taiwan's representative offices in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Oman, the delegation also plans to meet with government agencies and business leaders to discuss opportunities for cooperation in the Middle East, the III said.

The trip is also part of the regular exchanges between the III and KISR since they signed a Memorandum of Understanding in October last year, the institute said.

KISR Director-General Naji AL-MUTAIRI and Deputy Director-General Nader AL-AWADHI visited Taiwan in April in a bid to expand bilateral cooperation in the areas of ICT, green energy and science parks.

During the visit, the Kuwaiti institution said it would copy Taiwan's successful experience in building and operating science parks and complete construction of its first science park in its capital.

The KISR is expected to organize another visit to Taiwan early next year, according to the III.

Meanwhile, the III said it was optimistic about the prospects for cooperation between Taiwanese institutes and Kuwaiti and Omani businesses and organizations in the areas of the environment, ICT and monitoring systems.

Qatar has also expressed interest in building an automatic license plate recognition system and would possibly initiate partnerships with Taiwan businesses, the III said.

The delegation on the current trip includes representatives from the Industrial Technology Research Institute, Environment and Development Foundation, Advanced Control and Systems Inc., and Sochamp Tech Co.

The China Post 2011/11/19

National Science Council International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/21/2011 11:00PM by techman.