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Taiwan Trade Mission In Auckland On 19 November

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15 November 2001

Taiwan Trade Mission In Auckland On 19 November

A trade mission of 14 Taiwanese companies will be in Auckland on 19 November. It includes companies promoting a range of products from industrial equipment to consumer goods.

The delegation would like to meet with New Zealand companies who may be interested in their products. Some will also be looking to import goods from New Zealand.

Anne Chow, Economic Counsellor with the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in New Zealand, invited Importers Institute members to take part in this year's activities.


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