Overview of the structure of the 2015 TEEMA
(Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association) Report, which evaluates the competitiveness of Chinese cities from the view of Taiwanese vendors who are running business in China
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Taiwan Affairs Office in Shanghai Pudong, TEEMA
Yu said that the SAIC Group sold about four million new cars in 2011, which is potentially a huge market for Taiwanese auto-parts suppliers, adding that TEEMA
plans to allow over 20 members of the Taiwan Autotronics Collaboration Alliance (TACA) under TEEMA
to negotiate ties with Chinese automakers.
Organized by the National Taiwan University Technology Policy & Industry Development Center (NTUTPIDC) and the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA
), the conference invited representatives from think tanks Chunghua Institution for Economic Research (CIER), Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER) and Taiwan Research Institute (TRI), trade organization TEEMA
and Chairman Y.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- TAITRONICS 2008 (The 34th Taipei Int'l Electronics Show) organized by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TEEMA
(Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association) turns on from October 7th to October 11th 2008 at the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall.
And success is virtually guaranteed as they are organized by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TEEMA
(Taiwan Electrical and Electronics Manufacturing Association).
represents over 3,800 manufacturers, and Jiao feels that those companies should strive this year to work closer with mainland China in developing markets around the world especially in emerging economies.
TAITRONICS (the 36th Taipei International Electronics Show), Taiwan RFID (the 4th Taiwan International RFID Applications Show), and Broadband Taiwan (the 3rd edition), co-organized by TAITRA and TEEMA
, is scheduled for Oct.
has already established unofficial footholds in six major cities in China, namely Shanghai; Dalian, Liaoning Province; Kunshan, Jiangsu Province; Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province; Xiamen, Fujian Province; and Dongguan, Guangdong Province, with TAITRA also having several such offices.
And that spurred the organizers, TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TEEMA
(the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association) to double the venue two show areas from one.