“Pandemic Prevention and Supply Chain Restructuring” was the focus of a forum presented online on Tuesday, November 24 by the Taiwan-USA Industrial Cooperation Promotion Office (TUSA) in conjunction with the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).
Opening remarks were given by William Brent Christensen, director of AIT, and the keynote speech was given by Mei-Hua Wang, minister of economic affairs in Taiwan.
Held in English, the forum aimed to reach a global audience as it looked into how Taiwan and the U.S. can forge a closer industrial partnership and contribute to global restructuring of supply chains in the post-pandemic era.
For more information and videos from the forum, please see the links below.
- (Part 1) From Success of the Pandemic Prevention to Holding a Pivotal Position in the Global Industrial Arena
- (Part 2) Together We Succeed: U.S.-Taiwan Partnership and the Restructuring of Global Supply Chains
- (Part 3) The Industrial Technology Research Institute’s Molecular Diagnostic System of SARS-Covid-2 & Localization of PPE Production and Globalization of Strategic Deployment