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Global tech giants invited to build startup ecosystem with Taiwan
 
 
Taiwan Trade Center, Bucharest
2017-05-15
         
 

 

Source : Blake Lin
2017-05-15

 

Taiwan's Minister of Economic Affairs, Chih-Kung Lee, recently noted that the government is inviting global enterprises to join the development of the startup hubs launched in the "Asian Silicon Valley" in Taoyuan City.
 
The "Asian Silicon Valley" is a massive Taoyuan City-based project focused on developing a high tech cluster in the city for the IoT, smart machinery, automated driving, AR and VR sectors.
 
One of the project's main goals is to facilitate the connection and partnership between Taiwanese startups and the companies in California's Silicon Valley.
 
"Global technology giants Qualcomm and Microsoft have shown high interest in collaborating with Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), and set up their Asian R&D and incubation centers in Taiwan," said the minister. "We are still in talks with other international companies at the moment," he said.
 
Source: Taiwan News
Photo Credit: Taiwan News
Blake Lin (blakelin@taitra.org.tw)
 
 
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