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Taiwan’s MICE Promotion Program (MEET TAIWAN) Networking Event, organized by Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) and implemented by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taiwan Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur was unveiled successfully today in Price Hotel to further improve and steer Taiwan’s MICE industry. Six reputable Taiwan’s...
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Taiwan’s Big Data Technology Transcends Borders: Institute for Information Industry and Malaysian Enterprises Signed Big Data Technical Collaboration (June 30th, 2015) In view of the high demand for “Big Data” technology, Taiwan’s Institute for Information Industry (III) and Malaysia signed a collaboration agreement, which marked the introduction...
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(Left)Ms. Jessie Tseng, Director of Taiwan Trade Center, Kuala Lumpur and (Right)Ms. Cathy Yang, Manager of Exhibition Section 1, Exhibition Department, Taitra together opened the scroll, which means a successful cooperation between Taiwan & Malaysia in machinery industry. Witnessing the ceremony was (Middle)Mr. Chang Ming, Director of Economic...
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Whether in the form of apps, smart classroom solution, or mobile delivery services, there can be no denying that digital learning is here to stay. Taiwan has long been global innovators in the digital market and 10 innovative digital solution providers from Taiwan have made their way to Kuala Lumpur on December 1 to introduce their products and to look...
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(19 May, Kuala Lumpur) Metaltech 2014 to be held from May 21 to 24 in the Putra World Trade Centre Malaysia has established itself as the most reputable and comprehensive trade fair of its kind in Southeast Asia. This year’s event attracted 43 exhibitors from Taiwan, including, amongst others, leading companies such as FFG Enterprise, CHMER EDM, and...
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(14 May Kuala Lumpur) A series of cutting edge Taiwanese made machines will be unveiled on May 21 at the PWTC during the Taiwan Machine Tool New Products Launch. The event is aimed at introducing machines from Taiwan to Malaysians and to foster greater bilateral trade cooperation. Manufacturing is one of the pillars of Taiwan and machines are indispensable...
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Algeria (MFW4A News): Despite the government efforts, Algerian small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are still facing difficulties accessing credit because they cannot provide the guarantees required by lenders, according to Algerian employers. “Measures taken over the last few years by the authorities, through the creation of guarantee funds...
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Ismael Pérez Vigil, the executive president of of the Venezuelan Confederation of Industries (Conindustria) Conindustria, said that it is difficult to estimate the cost of retroactivity for all Venezuelan companies. He explained that the Organic Labor Law will have a “very strong” impact on Venezuelan companies. “Obviously, retroactivity...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Malaysian companies recorded potential sales of RM22.9 million during the recent 1Malaysia Promotion in Muscat, Oman. Potential sales were recorded for various products including protective clothing for oil and gas workers, processed food and jewellery while in the services sector, sales were reported for IT surveillance system,...
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Kazakhstan : A five-day IFRS for SMEs train the trainers workshop was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan on January 9 to 13, 2012. There were 100 participants, mainly from Kazakhstan with a few Eurasian Council of Certified Accountants and Auditors (ECCAA) participants coming from Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. The event was sponsored by the World Bank together...
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