||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 and the Taipei Economic & Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) co-hosts 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 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.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks on China In Global Affairs at the Sino-British Summit in London, England
||In the Global Taiwan Brief, Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson comments on the need for Taiwan to create a regulatory environment conducive to fostering innovation and entrepreneurship: A US View of Taiwan’s Asian Silicon Valley Initiative