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31 agreements, MOUs signed at Cross-Strait CEO Summit

Representatives from Taiwanese and mainland Chinese corporations signed 31 agreements and memorandums of understanding (MOUs) at the two-day Cross-Strait CEO Summit that closed 16 December.

By: EBR - Posted: Monday, December 29, 2014

 Two-day Cross-Strait CEO Summit
Two-day Cross-Strait CEO Summit

by EBR

Representatives from Taiwanese and mainland Chinese corporations signed 31 agreements and memorandums of understanding (MOUs) at the two-day Cross-Strait CEO Summit that closed 16 December, including 24 deals focusing on small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and cultural and creative industries. 

Former Taiwanese Vice President Vincent Siew, the chief coordinator in Taipei of the annual event, noted that last year's inaugural conference saw the creation of seven task-forces to promote industrial cooperation across the Strait. 

Siew also announced that the 2015 summit will be held in Nanjing, but said the exact date has not yet been set. 

As for the theme, Siew said it will essentially continue along the lines of this year’s emphasis on SMEs and start-ups.

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