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2019 Trends of Six Main Industries Forum

Source:Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs
Revise Date:2020-01-09

Opening remarks by Nick NI, Chief of Staff at the Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs at the 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.

 

 

    Jhen-Hue LEE, CEO of Asia Pacific Telecom; Jian-Jhih HUANG, Director of the DIGITIMES research center; Walter YEH, President and CEO of TAlTRA; Meng-Dao WU, Chairman of the Taiwan Institute of the Economic Research were invited to share the market research on industry trends of six main sectors, namely, Israel’s startups, Japan’s 5G business opportunities, China’s electronic vehicles, American electric bikes, Thailand’s cosmetics and India’s machine tools. Many Taiwanese traders and associations were present and stated that they gained a lot from the event.

 

 

    Nick NI, Chief of staff at the BOFT said that market crises present opportunities and that the BOFT continues to think innovatively on how to assist Taiwan businesses respond to market changes. On top of that, Zhi-Fang HUANG, Director of TAITRA pointed out that business owners across the world are facing two challenges, the technology war and the US-China trade war. Future industries will create more business opportunities with the development of new technologies such as 5G and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Huang engaged in in-depth discussions with guests on global 5G applications and developments post 2020, as well as structural transformations in the telecommunication industry. He also encouraged vertical multi-disciplinary integration between Taiwan and other countries.

 

 

   Taiwan has well-developed industrial clusters and manufacturing supply chains, as well as advantages in being flexible and multi-faceted. BOFT will continue to promote cooperation and linkages between Taiwan’s industries and international buyers through diversified marketing.

 

Opening remarks by Nick NI, Chief of Staff at the Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs at the 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.

 

 

    Jhen-Hue LEE, CEO of Asia Pacific Telecom; Jian-Jhih HUANG, Director of the DIGITIMES research center; Walter YEH, President and CEO of TAlTRA; Meng-Dao WU, Chairman of the Taiwan Institute of the Economic Research were invited to share the market research on industry trends of six main sectors, namely, Israel’s startups, Japan’s 5G business opportunities, China’s electronic vehicles, American electric bikes, Thailand’s cosmetics and India’s machine tools. Many Taiwanese traders and associations were present and stated that they gained a lot from the event.

 

 

    Nick NI, Chief of staff at the BOFT said that market crises present opportunities and that the BOFT continues to think innovatively on how to assist Taiwan businesses respond to market changes. On top of that, Zhi-Fang HUANG, Director of TAITRA pointed out that business owners across the world are facing two challenges, the technology war and the US-China trade war. Future industries will create more business opportunities with the development of new technologies such as 5G and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Huang engaged in in-depth discussions with guests on global 5G applications and developments post 2020, as well as structural transformations in the telecommunication industry. He also encouraged vertical multi-disciplinary integration between Taiwan and other countries.

 

 

   Taiwan has well-developed industrial clusters and manufacturing supply chains, as well as advantages in being flexible and multi-faceted. BOFT will continue to promote cooperation and linkages between Taiwan’s industries and international buyers through diversified marketing.

 

Published Date:2020-01-09