Taiwanese developer Century Development Corporation has expressed interest in setting up a modern industrial park near Kempegowda International Airport here, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy said here today.
The CDC chairman Theodore Huang, who led the high-level delegation and Chung Kwang Tien from Economic and Cultural Centre in India today called on the chief minister and expressed their interest in setting up the industry.
The chief minister hoped that the project would invite more investments from other Taiwanese industrial players in Karnataka, an official release quoted him as saying.
"The proposed modern industrial park will also attract investment in industries related to robotics, aerobics, hardware, science and technology and e- commerce from many countries including Japan and China," he said.
Kumaraswamy appreciated Taiwans commitment to invest in Karnataka.
Industries Minister K J George, who was present at the meet, underlined Karnatakas leading role in the area of technology and promised full support to CDC's project.
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