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Taiwan electronic show

MORE than 30 Taiwan-based electronic device manufacturers have teamed up to launch their biggest ever mainland trade show in Shanghai today, as part of an effort by the island's entrepreneurs to tap into the world's largest market.

The show, started in Shanghai, will cover Beijing, Chengdu and Guangzhou till October where leading Taiwan electronic device producers, including Acer, Asus and Compal Communications Inc, will display their latest products to attract mainland customers.

The Shanghai segment is being held at Buynow's outlet in Xujiahui until tomorrow.

Sales of Taiwan-made electronic products in the mainland are expected to rise 35 percent this year, according to Ye Mingshui, vice secretary-general of Taipei World Trade Center.

As the home of many leading electronic device makers, Taiwan is soon to unveil its annual Computex Taipei, the largest computer exhibition in Asia and the second largest in the world, next to Germany's CeBIT, at the end of this month.

More than 120,000 people are expected to visit the event that features industry giants such as Google, AMD, Intel, Siemens and Lenovo from May 31 to June 4.


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