2023 Europe Day Dinner attracts record crowd
The ECCT is ready to support Taiwan to boost the resilience of the economy as well as tackle social challenges. Speaking to a capacity crowd at the ECCT’s annual Europe Day Dinner on the theme of “Strengthening Taiwan’s Resilience”, ECCT chairman Giuseppe Izzo said that the ECCT is committed to helping Taiwan to strengthen its resilience in the areas of energy security, electric vehicles, digitalisation, population sustainability, healthcare and food security, among others. Read the full event report.
The chairman also used his speech to highlight the numerous ways that the European business community is contributing to Taiwan’s economic and social development in cooperation with its local business partners, government and civic organisations.
At the dinner, speeches were also delivered by ROC President Tsai Ying-wen and Filip Grzegorzewski, Head of the European Union’s (EU) European Economic and Trade Office (EETO). The event was also attended by a record-breaking 750 guests, including government ministers and other senior officials and executives from European and Taiwanese multinational companies. The annual dinner is held to celebrate Europe Day, the anniversary of the Schuman Declaration in 1950, which ultimately led to the formation of today’s European Union.