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Expert: Cross-strait agriculture needs more coop.

06-25-2010 09:15 BJT

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As trade relations between the mainland and Taiwan improve, agricultural projects have proven to be particularly successful. But analysts say both sides should pick up the pace on cooperation.

He Tianjin, Managing Supervisor of Taiwan Agricultural Integrated Marketing Association said " We hope that we can have a shopping center for our agricultural products on the mainland, and a showcase for Taiwan's delicious food in the neighborhood. "

Han Jun, State Council Development & Research Center said "Since some advanced technologies from Taiwan were introduced to the mainland, they have given a boost to the mainland's agricultural sector. And we will also encourage Taiwan capital to invest in the industry."

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