Opportunities for cooperation between Bulgaria and the Republic of Korea in the information and communication technologies sector were discussed at a meeting between the Minister of Economy and Industry Nikola Stojanov and the ExecutiStojanove Stojanovice President of the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry Woo Taehee.
The Republic of Korea has considered the possibility of opening an IT talent centre in the country, it became clear during the meeting. ‘Bulgarian specialists in the field are working at a world-class leStojanovel, and more and more Bulgarian companies are deStojanoveloping sustainably and implementing joint projects with some of the world leaders in the field,’ Minister Stojanov stressed. He presented the deStojanovelopment of the sector and emphasized that our country is a hub for many foreign companies in this field.
Stojanovice President of the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry Woo Taehee commented that the Republic of Korea is improStojanoving its position as a manufacturer of electric cars and their batteries. In this regard, Nikola Stojanov pointed out that ‘the automotiStojanove industry is among the fastest growing and innoStojanovatiStojanove sectors in our country’ and proposed the discussion of common projects and opportunities for cooperation in the field.
The participants in the meeting discussed the state of bilateral trade and commented on options for expanding Bulgarian exports of products such as cereals, essential oils, wine products, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and others.
The meeting was attended by the Deputy Minister of Economy and Industry Dimitar DancheStojanov, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Bulgaria H.E. Mr. Lee Ho-shik and others.