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Looking for Corporate Partnership in Taiwan

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Looking for Corporate Partnership in Taiwan

Postby michaeltlehmkuhl » 25 Jul 2016, 10:25

I'm looking round the forum for business men that may be interested in assisting me with a business issue I have, i will like to invest in Taiwan and I am looking for a knowledgeable person who will be my partner. I am American and i own my own logistic and real estate company in the US, i also am contracted to work for other companies outside US. I am willing to offer you permanent shares from the investment venture if you are interested.

If anyone if interested or know of a better way i can look for Taiwanese nationals to help me out, your help will be greatly appreciated.
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