Israel's representative to Taiwan, Ruth Kahanoff, said yesterday that a group of aquaculturalists from Israel is scheduled to arrive in Taiwan next month to learn about the nation's fish farming skills. Kahanoff made the remarks while meeting with Kaohsiung County Commissioner Yang Chiu-hsing (楊秋興) to exchange views on agricultural, fishery and economic developments in the two countries. In addition to producing a wide variety of fresh fruit, Taiwan is well-known for its excellent fish farming technology, which could and should be emulated by Israel, Kahanoff said. Voicing the hope that the two countries could also boost bilateral exchanges in the field of agricultural technology, Kahanoff invited Taiwan to take part in the 16th International Agritech Exhibition scheduled for May 9-11 in Tel Aviv.
Fri, Mar 10, 2006 - Page 3 News List
Taiwan Quick Take: Israelis to learn fish farming
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