EU-Taiwan Supply Chains Forum

Submitted by C.H. Lu on 19 February 2021

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Online Forum organised by the European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS) and the Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association, Taiwan (CIECA)

Wednesday, 10 March 2021, 9:00 – 11:00 CET (Time-Belgium)
Online Forum Livestreamed on the EIAS YouTube and Facebook Channels
The registration link for the event: https://forms.gle/KkKCHhh768gsU7eG6

Programme
9:00-9:10 Opening Remarks
Jaushieh Joseph WU, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the ROC (Taiwan)
Mei-Hua WANG, Minister of Economic Affairs of the ROC (Taiwan)

9:10-10:30 Panel Discussion
Moderator:
Andrey KOVATCHEV, Member of the European Parliament
Speakers:
Chin-Yu LIN (Miro LIN), General Manager, Intelligent Manufacturing & Data Services Division, Fair Friend Group (FFG)
Terry TSAO, Global Chief Marketing Officer and President, SEMI Taiwan
Dalip SHARMA, President, EMEA Region, Delta Electronics
Johnsee LEE, Chairman, Taiwan Precision Medicine Industry Association(TPMIA)
Jeffrey CHIN KC, General Manager, Giant Europe Manufacturing Center
Peter LEMMENS, Director, IMEC Innovation Services and General Manager IMEC Taiwan
Carl HEIREMANS, Senior Business Development Manager, Jan De Nul

10:30-11:00 Interactive Q&A Session

EU-Taiwan Supply Chains Forum
The European Commission is pursuing the twin policy goals of the European Green Deal and the Digital Agenda in order to achieve sustainable economic development, while simultaneously strengthening the security of its supply chains so as to ensure the EU’s strategic autonomy. This creates a huge potential and opportunities for supply chain cooperation between Taiwan and the EU and for strengthening the security of European supply chains. The importance of like-minded partners in establishing resilient and diversified global supply chains has been critically highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Taiwan, with its advanced position in sectors such as ICT, electronics, semiconductors, biotechnology, renewable energy and machine tools manufacturing, has also since long played a key role in the global supply chain.

The European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS) and the Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association Taiwan (CIECA) are organizing this online forum to serve as a platform for Taiwanese and European entrepreneurs and businesses to enhance mutual supply chain cooperation and to boost investment, trade and technology exchanges between the industries of Taiwan and the EU, based on the experiences of enterprises such as FFG, SEMI, Delta, TPMIA, Giant, IMEC and Jan De Nul.

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