TAIPEI, TAIWAN (AP) - Three big Japanese corporations may join Taiwan in developing cutting-edge broadband technologies that will allow them to jointly tap China’s vast telecommunications market, an official said Friday.
WiMAX _ short for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access _ expands broadband wireless access over longer distances of up to 30 miles (50 kilometers) and reduces the cost of implementing broadband.
The trade pact, known as Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement, will also cover a broad range of services, Yiin said.
“Foreign firms can benefit from Taiwanese companies’ knowledge of the Chinese market and their strengths in product innovation and commercialization,” he said.
The trade group will also visit other Japanese firms to discuss joint projects in electric car, electronic components and energy-related technologies, he said.
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