New Delhi (Agencies): Proposing to boost its commerce with India, a large trade delegation from Taiwan led by its Economic Minister Christina Liu will be in the country from Monday to explore possibilities in various sectors.

The high-powered delegation with over 80 members, the largest-ever from Taiwan to India, will tour various cities for five days beginning Monday.

The delegation led by Minister of the Council for Economic Planning and Development Christina Liu are likely to meet senior government officials and some ministers in the capital during their visit.

The delegation, which includes investors and buyers from Taiwan's business and government sectors, will also visit Mumbai and Ahmedabad and interact with business tycoons and government officials.

The visit is part of 'Taiwan Road Show', a series of campaign by the Taiwanese Government to attract investors to the country.

Besides holding investment promotion meetings, the delegation will also visit businesses across the country and brief potential investors on flagship projects in sectors ranging from renewable energy to hi-tech and science park development.

Some of the top Taiwanese firms which are part of the delegation are Delta Electronics, Winbond Electronics, TECO Electric and Machinery and Polaris Financial Group.