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Miami, Kaohsiung ports forge sisterhood ties

Tuesday, 21 February 2012 | 16:30
A delegation led by visiting Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu forged sisterhood ties with the Port of Miami with a view to promoting personnel exchanges, information sharing and technological cooperation between both ports, reported Central News Agency.
Chen and Chang Kuo-ming, chief secretary of the Kaohsiung Harbour Bureau, signed the sisterhood pact with Kevin Lynskey, assistant port director of the Port of Miami.
"We hope to create a win-win situation for both sides through the pact," Chang said. Kaohsiung and Miami are sister cities.
The Port of Miami is the world's largest cruise ship port, while Kaohsiung Harbour is a leading container port, which has recently developed itself into a tourism venue.
The visit of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado to Kaohsiung last May helped bring about the signing of sisterhood tie between the two ports.
Source: Port News
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