The project is to cooperate with government’s New Southbound policy, establish and deepen bilateral and multilateral environmental cooperation and exchanges between Taiwan and the New Southbound countries, and help promoting and exporting Taiwan’s superior environmental protection technologies to the new southbound countries.
Discuss the environmental issues, policies, and the development and promotion status of the environmental protection industry in key countries such as Vietnam, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and to compare the environmental quality and industry status of each country, evaluate Taiwan’s environmental protection policies and advantages of implementation, and propose strategy suggestion.
The project also conducts research on the patterns of how Japan, Korea and China export their environmental protection industries; summarize the superior equipment and technologies of Taiwan’s environmental protection industries that can export to New Southbound countries; research and analyze the opportunities and strategies for Taiwan; and cooperate with Environmental Protection Administration’s need for analyzing the development assistance pattern of the Asian Development Bank (hereinafter referred to as ADB).
Promote Taiwan’s superior environmental protection technologies and exchanges between Taiwan and the new southbound country through environmental protection exchange activities for 5 sessions. One of the sessions arrange for Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung, the Chief officers of Viet Nam Economic and Cultural office in Taipei, to visit to the Hutoushan Green Park of Taoyuan, which was a landfill before and had been regulated into a green park by using Taiwan’s green engineering technologies. The relevant technologies are expected to expand into every region in Vietnam in the future.
The project collects information of manufacturer’s expansion and market information for 15 articles for providing domestic environmental protection industries for reference and evaluation. In addition, hold seminars for 3 sessions to grasp the intention of the environmental protection industry of participating in oversea exportation, provide resources for environmental protection industries which they can use in exporting, and help environmental protection industries to exchange their experience and enhance cooperation opportunities for them.
One of the sessions invited Mr. Yu-Peng Tseng, the Counselor of the Taiwan Ministry of Finance, who is a stationed agent to ADB in Philippines, to introduce the cooperation pattern of the ADB, its key environmental protection business in the future, and how to apply the development assistance projects from ADB via video conference.