By: Tien Yu-pin and Frances Huang
Taipei, June 4 (CNA) The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE), which operates the local main board, has showed its support for the government’s “new southward policy,” urging local enterprises to cultivate their own talent to explore the booming Southeast Asian and Indian markets.
As part of its efforts to help the government push the policy, the TWSE held a seminar Thursday on how to recruit and cultivate specialists to help Taiwanese firms invest in or trade with the Southeast Asia and Indian markets.
The seminar invited those from Southeast Asia and India now studying in Taiwan, as well as Taiwanese students, to exchange views with representatives from the local government, local academia and the local business sector in a bid to assist Taiwan to map out strategies to develop its human resources for these markets.
The exchange said the seminar has raised Taiwanese enterprises’ awareness that they should pay more attention to developing their own talent pools for international trade and investment. [FULL STORY]