Guam Governor's Mis"STATE"ment Brings Economic Opportunity To Our Island
Taiwan Business Executives Bring 'Construction Mission' To Tumon
Written by Guam News Factor Staff Writer
Monday, 23 November 2009 15:49
GUAM - Thirty-five senior business executives from Taiwan are on Guam today to explore ways to invest their money in our island. According to the Guam Economic Development Authority, this "Construction Mission" is the direct result of the Governor's May visit to Taiwan. While the local media and politicians were highly critical of the Governor's Office's claim that it was a state visit, it is obvious that Adelup's mis"STATE"ment has brought potential new money into our island. No matter what you call it...progress is progress. Kudos to Governor Camacho.
Today scores of eager Taiwan entrepreneurs and their local counterparts converged at the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa's main ballroom to talk shop and show their wares. The Taiwan execs sported placards, laptops, samples and stacks of binders as they gave their 60-second elevator pitches to those already vested in Guam.
It was an exciting display of productive community-to-community interaction and a sheer sign the Governor meant business on his last official trip to Taiwan.
The 2009 Taiwan Construction Mission to Guam got underway on Saturday and ends Wednesday.