CABEI begins mission to the Republic of China (Taiwan) to strengthen cooperation ties with the region in technology, MSME’s, and inclusion
The Republic of China (Taiwan) was one of the first countries to join as a non-regional partner in the 1990s and currently has the highest shareholding with 11.42%.
Tegucigalpa, July 25th 2022.- Consolidating its role as the bridge of opportunities between the region and the world, a delegation from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), will go on a mission to the Republic of China (Taiwan); with an agenda that includes: the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the incorporation of its non-regional partner, the first anniversary of the opening of its office in this country, as well as efforts in the support in the economic, social and environmental development of the region.
The delegation led by CABEI’s Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, and other Bank representatives, will hold important meetings that will facilitate the promotion of the region and strengthen business and investment relations for Central America.
“We are excited about this visit to our non-regional partner, who this year celebrates 30 years of joining our entity, an alliance that has undoubtedly allowed the Bank to increase its financial strength by issuing and placing bonds for the first time in the market, and of course support the economic, social and environmental development of our countries”, said Dr. Dante Mossi.
The agenda includes a commemorative opening ceremony, a forum divided into three discussion panels of high priority topics such as: the Perspectives of Collaboration in Technological Transformation, Innovation and Digitalization between Taiwan and the SICA Member Countries in Central America ; the Experience in Financial and Technical Cooperation in response to Climate Change, Gender Equality and Sustainable Rural Development and the exploration of Investment and Cooperation Opportunities in Innovation and Sustainability.
The mission includes visits to the Ministry of Finance, Institute for Information Industry, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and other financial institutions.