Taiwan and India sign MOU on business and marketing

The MOU was signed by Jennifer Makhecha, head of the TCCM, and IMC Chairman Lalit Kanodia

Photo Courtesy Taiwan Chamber of Commerce

Photo Courtesy Taiwan Chamber of Commerce (CNA photo)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – On August 5, the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce Mumbai (TCCM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indian Merchant's Chamber (IMC) in Mumbai, India.

The event was held in the presence of the TCCM head Jennifer Makhecha (曾小莉) and IMC Chairman Lalit Kanodia. The attendees also included Yang Hung (楊宏) the director of the economic division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India.

The purpose of the MOU is to hold various activities with both the groups improving the business and marketing between India and Taiwan, Makecha said as reported by CNA.

The IMC is one of the oldest business chambers in India. One of their crucial services is to provide information to Taiwanese businessmen who are interested in investing in India. Now information for the same can also be achieved from the new platform created by TCCM and IMC together.

The TCCM association has around 50 members including people from senior management of companies from Evergreen Group, Wan Hai Lines, Yang Ming Marine Transport and AsusTek Computers.

Updated : 2020-12-02 21:05 GMT+08:00