||The Council works with the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (AmCham Taipei), the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), and Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on "Private Equity in Taiwan: A Pathway to Growth.” This seminar in Taipei, Taiwan examines the role of private equity in 21st century economies and the utility of private equity both for Taiwan businesses to upgrade and for Taiwan to fulfill its broader economic growth aspirations.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers travels to Warsaw, Poland to participate in a Taiwan Trilateral Forum
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers moderates the "US-Taiwan Economic Cooperation" panel at “Annual Symposium 2018: Reassuring and Reinforcing US-Taiwan Relations,” an event hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.
||The US-Taiwan Business Council is pleased to announce that Michael R. Splinter has accepted the post of Chairman of the Board of the US-Taiwan Business Council. Mr. Splinter replaces Paul Wolfowitz, who had served in the role since 2008.
Press Release: Mike Splinter to Succeed Paul Wolfowitz as Chairman of the US-Taiwan Business Council
||Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson speaks at "Taiwan’s Energy Future,” a seminar hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.
||In the Global Taiwan Brief, Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson offers comments on bilateral collaboration in the defense sector: Challenges and Opportunities in U.S.-Taiwan Defense Industry Cooperation
||The Council hosts a meeting for its Board of Directors and Chairman’s Circle members with Mr. Jong-Chin Shen, Taiwan’s Minister of Economic Affairs, in Washington, D.C.
||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 travels to Taiwan to attend the opening of the new American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) facilities in Taipei on June 12, 2018, and to meet with members, government officials, and business leaders to promote bilateral trade and business relations.
||The US-Taiwan Business Council and the Global Taiwan Institute (GTI) co-host a Panel Discussion on US-Taiwan Defense Industrial Cooperation, in Washington, D.C.
||The US-Taiwan Business Council and the Taiwan Defense Industry Development Association (TW-DIDA) co-host the Taiwan-US Defense Business Forum (台美國防產業論壇) to discuss granular challenges of cooperation in the defense industry supply chain, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers, Vice President Lotta Danielsson, and representatives from U.S. defense companies travel to Taiwan. The Council delegation and the Taiwan Defense Industry Development Association (TW-DIDA) meet to discuss bilateral cooperation issues, and conduct site visits with Taiwan defense contractors and with local manufacturers active in the defense supply chain.
||The Council issues a press release commenting on the letter from Senators Cornyn and Inhofe urging President Trump to support new fighters (F-35Bs or F-16Vs) for Taiwan
Press Release: U.S. Senators Cornyn and Inhofe Urge President Trump to Support New Fighters for Taiwan
Letter from Senators Cornyn and Inhofe urging President Trump to support new fighters for Taiwan