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Taiwan, Canada celebrate 15 years of tech efforts with cooperation MOU

TORONTO -- Taiwan and Canada signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on technological cooperation Thursday to mark 15 years of partnership between the two nations in that area.

Liu Chih-kung, Taiwan's representative to Canada, said the agreement represents a new milestone that will strengthen the ties between the two sides.

Over the years, the partnership between the two countries has been growing steadily, with various cooperation projects launched in fields such as biological optics, nanotechnology and bioproducts, he noted.

He expressed the hope that the cooperation will move toward more advanced technology to help promote economic prosperity in both countries.

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