Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Taiwan and Myanmar sign deal on tech cooperation

Taiwan and Myanmar signed a memorandum of understanding Monday on cooperation in the field of information and communications technology.

The memorandum will further expand ICT cooperation and exchanges by promoting exchanges in information technology, business know-how, Chinese language learning, marketing and promotion and development of business opportunities, according to the Taipei Computer Association, one of the signatories.

Representing Taiwan at the signing ceremony was Dennis Hu, CEO of the Taipei Computer Association's International Cooperation Office and the APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) 2.0 Non-Government Office.

Myanmar was represented by Myo Thet, vice president of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI).

To promote ICT exchanges between the two countries, a Taiwan-Myanmar exchange office has been established to promote cooperation projects by working with ADOC and UMFCCI, the Taipei Computer Association said.

Taiwan's Acer has donated 80 personal computers with the aim of giving a boost to ICT industry exchanges between the two countries and helping upgrade Myanmar's digital technology as it explores opportunities in the country.

source: Want China Times
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