CII Panel Discussion In Taiwan
The pandemic has impacted manufacturing industry across the world and the year gone by has been a year defined by supply chain disruptions. Moreover, Taiwan has many large and mid-size companies with good technologies. Combining with Indian manufacturing, those technologies can contribute to the foundation of a new uptick in Indian and Taiwanese Growth. Moreover, the Indian Government through its various new schemes and policies seeks collaboration, in its vision to position India as a global hub for manufacturing not only for domestic but also for the international market. This also provides opportunities for enhanced India Taiwan partnership to boost ‘Make in India’ and achieve $1 trillion manufacturing sector by 2024.
The session was a deliberate on specific sectors where Taiwanese companies can work together with India to promote Smart Manufacturing in the country, under the theme of Make in India – especially with the recently announced Production Linked Incentive scheme in specific sectors such as ICT, E-Mobility, Machinery, Textiles, Leather, PV modules, Green Energy, etc.
I moderated & chaired the session and got many ideas from the panelist Karthi Madhavan Gaurav Bhatnagar @Rudra Kumar Pandey @Jason Ho Confederation of Indian Industry and these initiatives will help to partner between India and Taiwan. Have tremendous opportunity un-tapped.
This event was covered in CII Communique Magazine Nov’21 edition.