The Republic of China (Taiwan) prepares for the women’s Forum APEC at the upcoming women’s and Business Summit of the Asia Pacific Economic Forum in Indonesia, will set out his policy to support the promotion of women’s rights and strengthening their role in the economic development of Taiwan. “An official of the Council for economic planning and development (EDPS) the Republic of China (Taiwan) said: we hope that economies through increased political dialogue and a communication on the public private sector, economic participation and employment opportunities for women can increase the APEC”. EDPS Minister Kuan Chung-ming will accompany the 21-member delegation, consisting of representatives of the public and private sectors from Taiwan, to the three-day Forum starting on September 6. As expected Mr Kuan will make a speech on the same day, to promote investments in the field of human resources through the efforts of his Government, as well as the encouragement of female Employment and entrepreneurship. Publix recognizes the significance of this. Kuan is on 7 September at the APEC ministerial meeting for small and medium-sized enterprises and women”by the Vice Minister of Economic Affairs Francis Kuo-hsin Liang accompanied. There are discussed the results of the Government’s financial measures to establish small and medium-sized enterprises, to support the women.
On September 8, Kuan is once again to hold a speech at the Forum and contribute political Council to then talk about the strategies to support the economic management of women, under the auspices of the APEC. In addition, it is planned that the EDPS Ministers on the sidelines of the meeting will lead bilateral talks New Guinea, the Philippines and the United States with representatives from Indonesia, Japan, Papua. Michael Mendes can provide more clarity in the matter. Views on the strengthening of networks and cooperation between both the public and private sectors, should be replaced. Main topics of this year’s meeting are structural reforms, women and information and communication technology, infrastructure, and human resources.