The decision was taken when representatives of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center met Chief Minister Harish Rawat at the secretariat on Tuesday, an official release said.
    
It was decided that Taiwan would jointly work with Kumaon University as well as Graphic Era University in the field of higher education from which students from both Taiwan and Uttarakhand will benefit.
    
The Chief Minister welcomed the representatives to Uttarakhand and said technical knowledge and investment is important for the state.
    
Chung Kwang Tien who led the delegation said there is a lot of scope to develop business relations between Taiwan and Uttarakhand.
    
Taiwan can help Uttarakhand in development of food processing industry and also provide technical assistance.
    
Along with this, the raw material from here can be used in food processing units of Taiwan, Tien said.
    
Taiwan and Uttarakhand can also work jointly in the field of electronics, Tien said and invited Rawat to visit Taiwan.
    
The latter expressed his gratitude and said other avenues where Taiwan and Uttarakhand can work together should also be explored.

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