Jul 31, 2017 Human Rights Comments Off on Pres Tsai calls for closer trade ties with El Salvador
President Tsai Ing-wen is calling for closer trade ties with El Salvador. Tsai was speaking Monday during a meeting with visiting Salvadorian Public Works Minister Gerson Martinez and his wife. The couple is in Taiwan for a visit, at the invitation of the government.
El Salvador has been actively boosting its economy and promoting infrastructure projects in recent years. Tsai said she hopes the two sides can exchange insights on their experiences.
President Tsai led a delegation to visit El Salvador in January, including delegates from the business sector. Because of Central America's market potential, Tsai said she hopes there will be more business opportunities for both sides.
Over the past few [months], the businesses that visited El Salvador with the delegation have already set up branch offices there. Taiwan has also sent groups to El Salvador several times to learn about its investment environment and industrial engineering. Next, we will continue working hard along with the Salvadorian government, and encourage the business sector to make use of the FTA between the two sides to explore new trade and cooperative ties," said Tsai.
During the meeting, President Tsai Ing-we also sent her greetings to El Salvador President Salvador Sanchez Ceren and welcomed him to visit Taiwan.
Source: Radio Taiwan International
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