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Taoyuan Metro, Airport sign MOU with Osaka counterparts
Publish Date: 2017/04/25
Update Date: 2017/04/25
Taipei, April 24 (CNA) Taoyuan Metro Corp. and Taoyuan Airport Corp. signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation with their Japanese counterparts in Osaka on Monday to promote convenient travel.

Teruhiko Achikita, president and CEO of Nankai Electric Railway, a private railway, and Yoshiyuki Yamaya, president and CEO of Kansai International Airport, signed the MOU for the Japanese side.

Taoyuan Metro Corp. Chairman Liu Kun-yi, and Taoyuan Airport Corp. Hsiao Ting-ko signed the MOU on behalf of the Taiwanese side.

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan and Hiroshi Mizohata, director of the Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau.

Mayor Cheng said the cooperation pact represents an innovative operating model and will enhance travel convenience.

Liu expressed the hope for marketing tie-ups, and his Metro company will also solicit views from the Japanese partner on how to cooperate with Taoyuan Airport to upgrade efficiency.

Achikita of Nankai Electric Railway said the MOU will provide passengers from both countries a more convenient and pleasant travel experience and enhance bilateral understanding.

Mizohata noted Osaka and Taiwan have close relations, expressing the hope that through the MOU, there will be further development of bilateral tourism through technology and information exchanges. (Courtesy of CNA)
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