Contact: Lucius Doxerie
Thursday, September 24, 2009 – The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in collaboration with the Ministry of Commerce Industry and Consumer Affairs is going to host the 2nd Taiwan/Saint Lucia Partnership Trade Exhibition from 2nd October to 4th October, 2009 at the Gaiety in Gros Islet.
The purpose of holding this exhibition is to further strengthen the trade link between Taiwan, St. Lucia and other Caribbean States. Since the exhibition held last year enjoyed great success, more companies are expected to participate in this year's event. This exhibition will once again create a platform for entrepreneurs and manufacturers, mainly from Taiwan and St. Lucia, to build up their business relationship. By strengthening their connections, the local companies and Taiwanese companies can expand their businesses. By appreciating the products and its applications, students could also benefit from this event, and expand their spectrum for future career development.
A variety of products from Taiwan will be demonstrated this year. These include 3C products, state-of-the-art mini laptop computers like ASUS EeePC and ACER Aspire, high-end multi-purpose laptop, camcorder, portable multimedia projector, the best selling gadget in the U.S. market; different memory devices like the high end capacity USB drives and hard drives, flash memory and modern MP3, MP4 players; LCD monitors, TVs, super slim digital cameras, high-resolution projectors, digital photo frames; basketball shooting game, smoothie making machines, appliances, porcelain, Franz, paper weight, puppets and the list goes on.
On the St. Lucian side, the world famous rums, perfumes and aromatherapy items, culturally enriched handicrafts, indigenous artwork, dolls, leather sandals, fashion designer, marble stone tops, baby furnishings, bottled coconut water, bottled water, vegetarian products, engineering services providers and agro-processing products will also be displayed. Sale and order of local products will be available at the exhibition.
Friday, 2nd October - 10:00-17:00
Saturday, 3rd October - 10:00-20:00
Sunday, 4th October - 9:00-17:00
Admission is free. Group visits from schools and institutions are both welcome!
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