Delegation of 14 French companies visits Taiwan's Taoyuan City for investment opportunities

The delegation met with Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan on April 16

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The French representative to Taiwan Benoit Guidee and Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (Source: Taoyuan City Government)

The French representative to Taiwan Benoit Guidee and Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (Source: Taoyuan City Government)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Led by the French representative to Taiwan, Benoit Guidee, a delegation consisting of 14 French firms met with Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦) on Tuesday (April 16) in hopes of exploring business opportunities and bilateral cooperation in the city.

As a livable city, Taoyuan offers an ideal environment for both enterprises and employees with its transportation and logistics infrastructure, as well as well-constructed residential complexes, said Cheng. He encourages foreign investment in the city and looks forward to having further exchanges with French companies.

“France is an ideal role model” for Taoyuan City when it comes to smart city development, circular economy, and rail development, added Cheng.

Guidee mentioned that this is the first time he led a French delegation of such scale to visit one city in Taiwan, and that he hopes this visit will pave the way for fostering ties between France and Taoyuan City.

During the meeting, a number of French business representatives agreed that Taoyuan City has a lot to offer when it comes to investment opportunities, and they are eager to explore possibilities of collaboration with the city, according to the city government.

Martin Tzou (鄒宏楷), market director of EDF Taiwan, said circular economy and the green industry are areas of interest for EDF, and that he looks forward to working closely with the Taoyuan city government.

► A French business delegation met with Taoyuan city government officials on April 16 (Source: Taoyuan City Government)