Mr. Jaime emphasized that his government is seeking to create new investment opportunities for Taiwanese companies in the Middle East through benefiting from the services and world-class facilities DAFZA provides to its tenants.
He said: “the main purpose of this visit, which included several Gulf countries, is to discuss strengthening investment relationships and strategic joint cooperation with the UAE and Dubai in particular as well as sharing experiences related to free zones”.
“Dubai is a model of an ideal investment hub where Asians and Europeans seek to set up their operations, and enter the Middle Eastern markets. Taiwanese investors and companies are keen to expand their business beyond the borders eyeing Dubai for its infrastructure and the services it provides”, he added.
Jaime further emphasized that the discussion with officials from DAFZA (www.dafz.ae)
Commenting on the Taiwanese visit, Mr. Nasser Al Madani said: “ever since its establishment, the Dubai free zone, DAFZA succeeded in attracting more than 1,600 companies covering a various key industry sectors including IT, industrial and commercial as well as several Taiwanese companies such as BenQ, HTC, ASUS and many others.”
Asian companies in DAFZA represent more than 30 per cent of the tenants in various commercial sectors.
“The cooperation with Taiwanese companies is a great opportunity to exchange experiences and to set the appropriate framework of cooperation which will benefit both sides,” added Al Madani.