Taipei, Jan. 11 (CNA) The Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) in Taipei said Thursday that it will move next month to a new address in the city's Neihu District, where it will have more space and better integration of services.
In a press release, MECO said its new Taipei office will be located on the second floor of No. 55-57 on Zhouzi Street in Neihu and will open on Feb. 12.
At the new address, MECO said, it will be able to serve as a "one-stop shop," providing consular and notary services, and dealing with matters such as labor affairs and social security.
A Taiwanese investor is ready to finance an electronic manufacturing company in the Philippines to the tune of $12 million (P6 billion), according to the head of the Taiwan Economic Cooperation Office (Teco).
“Taiwan has one businessman willing to invest $12 million,” Gary Song-Huann Lin, Teco representative in the Philippines, said. “But I can’t give you his full name because others might obstruct his participation in the Philippines.”
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The Philippine Trade & Investment Center in Taipei is the Commercial Affairs Section of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office and the representative office of the Philippine Department of Trade & Industry in Taiwan