||The 2017 US-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference takes place in Princeton, New Jersey
Prepared Remarks of Deputy Minister General Guan-Chung Chang, Taiwan Ministry of National Defense (PDF file)
Prepared Remarks by David Helvey, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs (PDF file)
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers moderates the "Taiwan’s Economic Strategy and Regional Economic Trends" panel at “Annual Symposium 2017: Upgrading US-Taiwan Relations for the 21st Century,” an event hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.
||In the Global Taiwan Brief, Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson comments that Taiwan's New Southbound Policy has the potential to provide additional opportunities for U.S. and Taiwan businesses to cooperate in sectors ranging from agriculture to IoT: Potential US Business Opportunities under Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks at “Cross-Strait Relations Re-examined: Toward a New Normal?,” a seminar held by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in Washington, D.C.
||The Council issues a press release commenting on the new Congressional Notifications for U.S. arms sales to Taiwan
Press Release: The Trump Administration Announces U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan
DSCA Major Arms Sales Listings for June, 2017
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks to an "Emerging Leaders Workhop" held by The Formosan Association for Public Affairs (FAPA), in Washington, D.C.
||The Council issues a press release commenting on the letter from 8 Senators urging President Trump to support Taiwan's self-defense capabilities
Press Release: U.S. Senators Urge President Trump to Support Taiwan’s Self Defense Capabilities
Letter from 8 Senators to President Trump on a Taiwan's self defense capabilities and arms sales
||Press Release: The US-Taiwan Business Council Welcomed Mei-Yueh Ho, National Policy Advisor to the Taiwan President, to the U.S.-Taiwan Business Forum (PDF file)
||The Council and the Taipei Economic & Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) co-host the "U.S.-Taiwan Business Forum," bringing together business leaders from Taiwan and the United States to examine the future of our bilateral economic and commercial relationship, in Washington, D.C.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers testifies at "Renewing Assurances: Strengthening U.S.-Taiwan Ties," a public hearing by the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, House Foreign Affairs Committee, in Washington, D.C.
Council Written Testimony submitted to the HFAC (PDF)
Graphic: Notified Taiwan Arms Sales, 1990-2017
||Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson speaks at "Taiwan's New Southbound Policy: Opportunities for US-Taiwan Cooperation,” a seminar hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers travels to Taiwan and Hong Kong to meet with government officials and business leaders, and to promote bilateral trade and business relations
||Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson testifies at a public hearing by the International Trade Administration on the U.S. trade deficit with Taiwan and the U.S.-Taiwan trade relationship
||The Council submits written testimony to the International Trade Administration, commenting on its investigation of trading partners with which the U.S. has significant trade deficits
Council Written Testimony submitted to the ITA (PDF)
Graphic: U.S.-Taiwan Trade, 1986-2016
||The Council issues a press release, commenting on the letter from 33 Members of Congress urging USTR to prioritize a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Taiwan when carrying out President Trump’s recent directive on bilateral trade deals
Press Release: Members of Congress Urge Priority Consideration for a U.S.-Taiwan Free Trade Agreement
Letter from Members of Congress to President Trump on a Taiwan FTA
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers travels to Taiwan to promote bilateral trade and business relations between the U.S. and Taiwan
||Council Chairman Paul Wolfowitz speaks at The U.S. "One-China" Policy: Disambiguating the Ambiguous, a roundtable discussion hosted by the National Bureau of Asian Research, in Washington, D.C.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks at Reforming and Prioritizing Arms Sales to Taiwan: Recommendations for the New Administration, a seminar held by the Heritage Foundation, in Washington, D.C.