Chairman said private enterprises play a critical role in the battle of poverty eradication in rural China.
The delegation was led by Taiwan Association of Industry and Commerce Chairman Por-Fong Lin.
Fresh endeavors, upgrades and growth marked the paths of Top 500 in 2015.
Convention advertised Jilin entrepreneurialism and launched Jilin Entrepreneurs Federation.
Chinese and Nepalese enterprises explored link-up projects in new energy, tourism, hardware and building materials.
Both sides vowed to tighten communication and exchange to boost interests of EU and Chinese investors.
Chairman said morale is a pressing issue pivotal to private enterprises' sustainable, healthy growth.
Both sides called for more efforts to advance China-U.S. economic and cultural ties.
Closer ties, innovative manufacturing cooperation and private sector upgrade topped the trip agenda.
The Taiwan-based Young Chinese Business Leaders Federation paid a visit to ACFIC.
ACFIC Economic Department Director said this second set of projects cater to the characteristics of the private captal and meet its profict expectations.
Vice Chair called for further reforms, stronger market orientation and removal of bias to boost orderly enlistment of private enterprises, especially those with cutting edge, for military service.