By: Taiwan Today, Agencies
President Tsai Ing-wen said May 18 that Taiwan and the EU should seek to
strengthen economic and trade ties by concluding an investment agreement as soon as possible, stating that such an accord would benefit companies, consumers and investors on both sides.
The president also expressed gratitude to EU member states, the European Parliament and other institutions for advocating Taiwan’s involvement in international health decisions, adding that she hopes the European bloc will continue to support Taiwan’s meaningful participation in the international community.
Tsai made the remarks during the Europe Day Dinner organized by the European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan in Taipei City. Noting the recent growth in Taiwan-EU ties, she conveyed the government’s determination to further expand these links through such measures as improving the local business environment for foreign enterprises. [FULL STORY]