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2021 Forum on Tech Supply Chain Partnership: Establishing Secure Supply Chains with EU, US, Japan and Taiwan

In the face of growing demand to develop more resilient, intelligent, and sustainable global supply chains, and with businesses and citizens at the front line of these changes, that the “2021 Forum on Tech Supply Chain Partnership” was held on June 22, 2021 by the European Economic and Trade Office (EETO). Along with the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Foundation (JTEA), and Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA), the four sides came together for the inaugural edition of this event. Moreover, EETO Head of Office Filip Grzegorzewski, AIT Director Brent Christensen, JTEA Deputy Representative Mitsuaki Hoshino, and Taiwan’s Minister of Economic Affairs Mei-Hua Wang all dialed into the online seminar personally and spoke during the event concerning the importance of enhancing tech supply chain cooperation among like-minded partners.

The forum gathered well-rounded insights from the EU, the US, Japan and Taiwan’s government, academia and industry on the importance of collaboration, how to build resilient, diversified, sustainable and intelligent global supply chains for strategic industries. Successfully, the online forum attracted more than 750 registrations and over 350 participants staying through its entirety. Furthermore, it also resulted in more than 40 headlines from local and international media. Following the discussions, the four sides had come to a greater mutual understanding, and reaffirmed their consensus on the vision for future supply chains. Indeed, the organizers showed their interest in working together and a trustful partnership will ensure allies and partners more resilient, intelligent, and sustainable supply chains.

「2021 Forum on Tech Supply Chain Partnership Online Seminar」

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