Taiwan Gov't to Help Local Companies Explore Emerging Markets

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs has alloted NT$5.479 billion to help local manufacturers and exporters sell their products to middle-class consumers in emerging markets, reports the China Post.

 

The Post says that the MOEA will establish three supporting platforms to achieve its goal, which will encompass research and development; international marketing support; and market information collection and talent development.

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