US-Taiwan Business Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson was interviewed by The Well News for an article entitled “China Irked By US Push for Taiwan Presence at World Health Assembly” published May 14, 2021. In the interview, she said that there is reason for cautious optimism about the chances of making progress on a Taiwan-U.S. trade […]
US-Taiwan Business Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers appeared on NTD Business News on April 2, 2021. He talked about the global semiconductor supply chain and its vulnerability to disruptions. President Hammond-Chambers said “What if the Chinese were to block Taiwan and sever Taiwan’s ability to export its products, including semiconductors? We’d be seeing significant disruptions.” It […]
Statement of condolences and support for Taiwan on the terrible train accident on April 2, 2021. USTBC remains a committed partner to the people of Taiwan, and we extend to them our warmest thoughts and sincere wishes for peace and solace during this difficult time.
March 23-24, 2021, the US-Taiwan Business Council partnered with TECO Chicago on the “Taiwan-U.S. Business Forum in the Midwest” webinar
In The Wall Street Journal, USTBC President Rupert Hammond-Chambers argues that the American automobile industry chip shortage is primarily of its own making. U.S. reliance on Taiwan’s chip production further underscores the necessity of binding Taiwan’s technology and security closer to the United States.
USTBC Statement: Chip supply chain issues in the U.S. auto industry are of significant concern, but it is not due to punitive action by a Taiwan company.