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January 12, 2020 Commentary & Reports

Special Commentary: Taiwan Election Results 2020

Special Commentary: Taiwan Election Results 2020 (Arlington, Virginia, January 12, 2020) Special Commentary by Rupert Hammond-Chambers On Saturday, January 11, 2020, Taiwan held its Presidential and Legislative elections. Incumbent President Dr. Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) retained the presidency, a victory that was enhanced by her party retaining its majority in the […]

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December 11, 2019

Council President Speaks on Taiwan’s 2020 Elections at George Washington University

On December 11, 2019, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chamber spoke at an event discussing the Taiwan 2020 elections. He discussed economics and business issues during Panel I: The Evolving Electoral Landscape: The Public, The Parties, The Economics. The Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University hosted the event. “Preview of […]

November 22, 2019 USTBC in the Press

Media Mention: Growing Pains in Taiwan’s Defense Sector

The article “Growing Pains in Taiwan’s Defense Sector” – written by by Tim Ferry for AmCham Taipei’s TOPICS magazine – quotes Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers. “The obligation that comes with the sale of military equipment can be shaped into supply chain access if the two parties observed feel that the accrued benefit works,” Rupert Hammond-Chambers, […]

October 31, 2019 Articles & Editorials

Editorial: Taiwan Must be More Business-Friendly to Become Asia’s Silicon Valley

Editorial Taiwan Must be More Business-Friendly to Become Asia’s Silicon Valley: US-China trade war is already driving tech giants like Foxconn back to the island (Arlington, Virginia, October 31, 2019) Editorial by Lotta Danielsson – Nikkei Asian Review https://asia.nikkei.com/Opinion/Taiwan-must-be-more-business-friendly-to-become-Asia-s-Silicon-Valley Taiwanese companies are going home. Technology giants like Foxconn, which formally trades as Hon Hai Precision […]