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Taiwan eyes more healthcare partnerships with Asian neighbours

It seeks to share expertise in public health.

Taiwan is looking to forge more partnerships with its Asian neighbours to build resilience in public health.

Speaking at the recently-concluded Global Health Forum in Taipei, Vice President Chen Chien-jen noted that Taiwan's New Southbound Policy aims to promote cooperation on healthcare with India and ASEAN members and looks forward to strengthening regional ties with Asia-Pacific countries in healthcare.

He noted that Taiwan has an advanced and high-quality healthcare system and disease prevention network, as well as world-class pharmaceutical and medical equipment industries.

"Taiwan has a strong foundation in public health, and will not hesitate to use them to link with other Asian countries by sharing expertise and creating a win-win solution for Asians. Taiwan is eager to serve as part of the Asia-Pacific community," Chen said.

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