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Poland and Taiwan formed a working group on semiconductors


The Polish Office in Taipei and the Taipei Representative Office in Poland signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish the Taiwanese-Polish working group on semiconductors. The new platform will help build cooperation and share expertise on cutting-edge technologies.

Podpisanie MOU

„The MoU reflects growing Polish-Taiwanese technological cooperation. The aim of the MoU is to foster close bilateral collaboration between Poland and Taiwan in the field of semiconductors and microelectronics, focusing on investment, business and R&D cooperation” – says Cyryl Kozaczewski, director of the Polish Office in Taipei, who signed the MoU on behalf of the Polish side.

The working group will be a new platform for both sides to discuss and coordinate actions focused on deepening collaboration between the representatives of public administration, R&D experts, business, academia and education facilities. The group will be promoting joint activities in the field of semiconductors and microelectronics, including exhibitions and seminars, among others. The group will be also working on the education and training of the professionals for the semiconductor industry.

Establishment of the bilateral working group on semiconductors follows recent delegations to Poland and Taiwan. At the end of September, Taiwanese delegation comprising of experts in the field of academia, business and technology paid a visit to Poland and was received by Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Technology Mr. Grzegorz Piechowiak. In May, Polish trade delegation visited Taiwan. Back then, both sides held the 10th Polish-Taiwanese economic consultations and signed three memoranda of understanding (MOUs) on cooperation in the field of cutting-edge technologies, electromobility and environmental protection.

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