MEET Taiwan, a trade promotion organization, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the FCVB, the convention and visitors bureau of the Japanese city of Fukuoka.
According to a senior official of the Taiwan's external trade organization, the MOU will allow MEET Taiwan and the FCVB to promote local conventions to one another in order to boost business exchanges.
The official said that MEET Taiwan has successfully attracted large Japanese corporations such as Suzuki and Panasonic to schedule company outings for employees to Taiwan. The official believes that the MOU is a new milestone in a long series of mutually beneficial exchanges between Taiwan and Japan.
Source: Radio Taiwan International
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