On November 5, 2018, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers spoke on U.S. Taiwan trade issues during “Taiwan’s Place in US Trade Policy: Opportunity or Casualty?,” an event hosted by the Heritage Foundation, in Washington, D.C.
Editorial: Taiwan’s Energy Environment: Sunshine and Fair Winds Ahead? (Arlington, Virginia, October 17, 2018) Editorial by Lotta Danielsson – Global Taiwan Brief Reliable access to cost-effective energy has long been a concern in Taiwan, not only for the Taiwan government and populace, but also for the businesses operating there—particularly given the island’s dearth of indigenous […]
Press Release: September 24, 2018 U.S. Arms Sale to Taiwan (Arlington, Virginia, September 25, 2018) The US-Taiwan Business Council today welcomed the decision by the U.S. Department of State to announce its approval of a possible Foreign Military Sales Order (FMSO) to Taiwan for an estimated value of US$330 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency […]
On September 12, 2018, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers moderated 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. Watch on YouTube: GTI 2018 Annual Symposium: Reassuring and Reinforcing US-Taiwan Relations
On September 13-14, 2018, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers traveled to Warsaw, Poland to participate and speak at a Taiwan Trilateral Forum.
Press Release: Mike Splinter to Succeed Paul Wolfowitz as Chairman of the US-Taiwan Business Council (Arlington, Virginia, September 5, 2018) 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 […]