PM Sogavare graces Taiwan business tradeshow


DAY-TWO of the Solomon Islands Republic of China (Taiwan) tradeshow 2017 was graced by country’s Prime Minister and family.

They were accompanied by Taiwan’s Ambassador HE Roger Luo throughout the booths of the seven Taiwanese companies showcasing their trades.

The participating groups shared their functions and products and their reasons of interest in establishing trade in the Solomon Islands.

Taiwan Embassy commends and acknowledges the Solomon Islands Government and the business sector in the country for collaboration and friendship created in business partnership.

The embassy also reveals that the two days has seen business relations established between local businesses and the Taiwan groups.

“This served an ideal platform to establish closer trade ties between Taiwan and Solomon Islands,” Taiwan Embassy said.

Meanwhile, Taiwan explains that the tradeshow had been created to promote business opportunities both countries can expand on to strengthen ties.

Official opening was held on Saturday 7th, attended by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Milner Tozaka, SICCI CEO Mr Dennis Meone and President of the Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Mr Charles Dausabea.

The five-day show in Honiara includes the Giga Medical Instrument Ltd, Hong-Syuan Public Co, Megalink Technology Co Ltd, Pu Li Paper MFG Co Ltd, SpeedTech Energy Co Ltd, The Island Public Co Ltd and Hung Ta Travel Service Co PTY Ltd.

Giga Medical Instrument display a recommended medical device called electrical therapy device and medical taping while Hong-Syuan Public Co showcasing a Taiwan made Bluetooth Language Translator.

Megalink Technology mainly exhibit electrical products such as tablets and its application including 4-in-1 mosquito killer and consumer electronic with USB solution, all made in Taiwan.

SpeedTech Energy Co Ltd deals with Solar Energy, and they known globally as top solar Energy provider, and their coming to Honiara basically showcasing solar power plant, solar application and AC LED lightings.

Other interesting Taiwan made products also displayed and public are invited to attend the trade show before it is officially ends on October 11.

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