The Taiwan Trade Centre (TTC) in Yangon is looking to explore business opportunities in Myanmar and boost bilateral trade between the two countries, the trade promotion organisation said.
The trade agency organised a business matching for a delegation comprising 30 Taiwanese suppliers of various industries last week, which was attended by more than 200 companies.
The centre organised five business events in Myanmar last year, while it expects to hold more than ten events in 2014, including the “Auto Expo”, also called EMMA show, in July.
“Since the Myanmar market opening, the Taiwanese enterprises are looking at presenting Taiwan’s best products and services, and investments in Myanmar,” the agency said in a statement.
One of the most prominent investment projects conducted by Taiwanese enterprises in Myanmar is the fdimensional drying and storage systems at 107 mile on the way to Nay Pyi Taw.
Taiwanese entrepreneurs are looking into investing in textiles, electronics and other projects in Myanmar, TTC said.