Taiwan Expo India launches second online edition with nearly 100 brands

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During the second online edition of Taiwan Expo India – the leading trade fair of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) – over 200 products from almost 100 brands will be displayed in 10 pavilions. The three-day exhibition was organized with the aim of strengthening business ties between Taiwan and ASEAN countries including India and started on October 27th. Some of the most anticipated products this year are LCD screens for electric vehicles from Acewell, self-service copiers from Avisions, AI auto tracking PTZ cameras from Aver, and healthcare tablets for hospitals and clinical environments from Winmate. In addition, a wide range of electrical appliances, medical products as well as health and personal care products will be shown.

In order to recreate the experience of a physical show, a brand new three-dimensional virtual exhibition hall was built for the expo. Visitors will also have the opportunity to contact the exhibitors or the organizers of the pavilion in real time by leaving a message or making a video call. In addition, the online expo offers a variety of activities such as industry forums, product launches and B2B online meetings.

Three exclusive webinars will be organized on the topics of “Smart Technology for a Brighter Future”, “Startup Synergies: Fostering a Collaborative Future” and “Taiwan Bamboo Technology”. This year’s main attraction will be themed pavilions showcasing Taiwan’s top industries – E-Mobility, Taiwan Bamboo Tech Industry, and Taiwan Gold Card.

This expo comes at a time when India and Taiwan are already trying to establish a business relationship. Recently, officials in Taipei and New Delhi discussed building a microchip factory in India that could manufacture semiconductors for 5G products and electric cars, and lowering tariffs on components used in chip production by the end of the year be used. India is evaluating feasible locations that have sufficient resources such as water, land and labor, and Taiwan would raise 50 percent of capital spending from 2023 along with tax breaks and other incentives.

In 2018, Taiwan and India signed an agreement to expand investment and economic ties. Both countries lay the foundations to discuss a comprehensive trade agreement on goods, services and investment.

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