BUSINESS DIARY

Taiwan trade mission seeks business

FORTY representatives of Taiwanese businesses are visiting Slovakia as part of their trade mission to Central and Eastern Europe from October 5 to October 7. The Taiwanese firms operate in various lines of business, ranging from IT products to machinery and textiles.

Mission delegates will meet Slovak businesspeople in one-to-one meetings at the Crowne Hotel Plaza, London Hall, Bratislava on October 7, 09:00-17:00.

The Taiwanese delegates will look for trade opportunities in Slovakia and obtain more information about the investment environment in this country. Bratislava is the last stop of their trade tour in Central and Eastern Europe.

The business mission is a joint initiative between Taiwan's External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) in Taipei and the Economic Division of the Taipei Representative Office in Bratislava.

To learn more about the Taiwanese firms, their products and services, Slovak firms can register for the meetings at the following web address:

http://showcase.taiwantrade.com.tw/mission/includes/default.asp?prjid=new

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