Next to Japan, Taiwan too is interested in setting up an electronics hub in Rajasthan. The proposal was put forward by Terry Lee, Taiwan’s deputy director general in the Department of Investment Services, Ministry of Economic Affairs, who made a visit to Neemrana Industrial Area in Rajasthan, reports The Hindu.
By EB Bureau
Tuesday, September 27, 2012: Terry Lee was heading a delegation of Taiwan officials, who came to inspect the facilities and infrastructure of the Neemrana Industrial Area in Alwar. He said that the facilities and the investment climate was conducive for investment. He further said that Taiwanese electronics companies would be interested in considering starting manufacturing units in Rajasthan, especially in the solar power equipment segment.
Rajendra Bhanawat, managing director, RIICO, which play a catalytic role in the industrial development of Rajasthan, said that they will also consider some special incentives for the Taiwenese companies who would start base in Rajasthan. Neemrana already has a special Japanese zone, which is a success story.
Electronics Bazaar, South Asia’s No.1 Electronics B2B magazine