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FICCI Business Delegation to Taiwan
January 8th - 10th, 2013:  Taipei & Tainan


With a view to enhancing India-Taiwan business relations, Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) jointly with Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), The Chinese National Association of Industry and Commerce, Taiwan (CNAIC), Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association (CIECA) & Indian Taipei Association is mounting a high-powered business delegation to Taipei & Tainan from 8th to 10th of January, 2013.

As you are aware, Taiwan, the 5th largest economy in Asia and 17th largest economy in the world is an important trading economy with its external trade being in excess of US$ 500billion. Much has been known about its dominance in ICT products with Taiwanese companies controlling over 90% of the market share in many ICT Parts and Peripherals, it also home to some of the leading companies in other sectors such as Food Processing, Electronics, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Auto Parts, Gems & Jewelry, Textiles, Machinery & Machine Tools, Real Estate & Infrastructure, General Trading etc.

This visit will provide you with an opportunity to meet with the representatives of Taiwanese companies engaged in these sectors and will help in better understanding the business opportunities of the Taiwanese market. Based on your business interest, we would organize one to one business meetings with Taiwanese companies during the visit.

The major highlights of the event would be Business Forum, Specific B2B Meetings, Industry Visit etc.


In view of the business opportunities offered by Taiwan and your business interests in the region, may I request you to participate in this business mission to Taiwan. In case you are preoccupied, you may please depute a senior representative from your organisation for the same.

To defray a part of the expenses such as printing of who’s who, communication expenses, etc. incurred in connection with organising the visit, a delegation fee of INR 20,000/- + Service Tax @ 12.36% per person is being charged. The participants will have to bear their travel & accommodation expenses.

The last date of the registration is 15th December 2012.
 
For any further details, your office may please feel free to get in touch with my colleague Mr. Amit Tyagi, Joint Director, FICCI at Tel: 91-11-23736313 (D) or E-mail: amit.tyagi@ficci.com


Looking forward to hearing from you and with regards,

Yours sincerely,

Nirankar Saxena
Senior Director
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)
New Delhi

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