Taiwan eyes cooperation with Indonesia in biomedical industry. The Taiwanese government has expressed interest in working with Indonesia in the biomedical industry as the latter is home to several global biomedical manufacturers.
Taiwan recorded US$16.73 billion in annual revenue from the biomedical industry in 2017, making it one of the largest industries in the country. The figure increased by 4.5 percent from the previous year. Taiwan Eyes Cooperation with Indonesia in Biomedical Industry.
The Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology’s deputy minister, Fong-Chin Su, said his country wanted to have a share of the market in Indonesia.
“We have had discussions with the Indonesian government to cooperate in [biomedical industry] manufacturing [in Indonesia],” Su told The Jakarta Post in a media briefing recently. Taiwan Eyes Cooperation with Indonesia in Biomedical Industry.
Taiwan also expressed interest in working with the Indonesian government in technology transfer by establishing a research and manufacturing site, also known as a science park, for the biomedical industry.
However, Su said his government had yet to set a time for when it would comes to terms on a cooperation agreement.
“There has not been a date [set],” he said. “It’s just our goal.” Taiwan Eyes Cooperation with Indonesia in Biomedical Industry. (bbn, Rachmadea Aisyah, The Jakarta Post)