India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) - the premier trade body representing the Indian Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) industry, announced the launch of its first-ever international office situated in Taipei, Taiwan. The office is housed in Taipei 101 Office Tower.
Both India and Taiwan attach immense importance to the event with 100 key players drawn from business, government, academia and media gracing the inauguration.
Ashwini K Aggarwal, Chairman, IESA, designated Dr. Man-Jung Mignonne Chan as Director General of IESA (Taipei Office) by handing over the official seal.
Director General, Mr. Lee says, "Taiwan's ICT industry is one of the world's key players. Some already have their manufacturing facilities in India. Ministry of Foreign Affair is pleased to welcome the IESA (Taipei Office), which will enhance India-Taiwan business collaboration." Director General Mr. Lee stressed on the Bureau of Industrial Development saying, "Taiwan plays critical role in the global semiconductor supply chain. We commend the establishment of IESA (Taipei Office), and look forward to jointly shaping a new era for the bilateral industrial cooperation." Dr. Lin-Wu Kuo, Vice Chair of TAITRA, said, "We at TAITRA attach great value to India-Taiwan bilateral relations and have recently set up an in-house India Center to seal a closer relationship in the future. We look forward to collaborating closely with IESA (Taipei Office) with concrete win-win projects in the near future."
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