TNN Scar 22, 2012, 10. 39pm IST
BHUBANESWAR: Taiwan is keen to import seafood through Orissa and purchase electronics goods manufacturing, meals processing and textiles in the state, Taiwan’s ambassador to Indian, Wenchyi Ong, stated here on Tuesday.
Speaking with reporters, Ong stated Taiwan imports seafood worth US $ 500 million annually and the country will discover Orissa’s export potential. “We is going to be thinking about purchasing cold storage, refrigeration and seafood processing to improve the foreign trade potential, ” Ong stated.
The actual Taiwanese delegation met representatives involving Orissa Seafood Foreign trade Association later in the evening. Ong is scheduled to satisfy chief ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday.
Top the first ever official delegation through Taiwan to Orissa, Ong stated they have come with an open up mind and would certainly invest in regions of mutual attention. “We may examine and be familiar with investment potential. We are able to purchase electronics goods manufacturing, meals processing and textiles, ” this individual stated.
Want to know the best part from the investment is job development. “It will be much more than the scale expense, ” this individual stated.
Ong, that visited KIIT University and delivered a talk on Development and Prospect involving India-Taiwan Relations, stated Taiwan may also search for tie-ups in education.
“We are looking for pupil exchange programmes and provide scholarships to students for studying in Taiwan. We have been commonly known as for the vocational education, ” this individual stated.
Ong stated Orissa’s religious travel and leisure will be a big attraction regarding Taiwanese, who are mainly Buddhists. “Over 30, 000 travelers from my country came to Indian this past year. Majority of them went to Bihar to visit Bodh Gaya. Orissa has several Buddhist ancient monuments. These can attract Taiwanese travelers, ” this individual stated. Taiwan’s total investment in Indian will be about US$ 1billion.
It really is confined mainly to five says: Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Delhi, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh.