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Taiwan - Manufacturing Servitization Programme

last modified Feb 16, 2015 10:08 AM
Special interest group of Taiwanese industrial firms to attend the Cambridge Service Design Programme.

Progressively, economies are placing strong emphasis on learning how to increase their services growth, particularly in the industrial sectors. The Minister of Economic Affairs from Taiwan, Dr. Chia-Juch Chang highlighted the importance of services growth in the Taiwanese economy. The Taiwanese Department of Economic Affairs, with the support of the China Productivity Center, has organized a special interest group of Taiwanese industrial firms to attend the Cambridge Service Design Programme. This programme will run in summer at Cambridge University.

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