USTBC President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks at a virtual discussion “Opportunities and Challenges in U.S.-Taiwan Cooperation in the High-Tech Supply Chain,” hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute.
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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.
A US-Taiwan Business Council strategic report on the healthcare industry in Taiwan. The report examines outstanding regulatory and other matters in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, and looks at potential future opportunities for U.S.-Taiwan bilateral cooperation within the healthcare sector.
Internal commentary by the Council President from May 15, 2020, discussing the strategic importance of the TSMC investment in a cutting-edge semiconductor fabrication plant in Arizona
USTBC VP Lotta Danielsson argues that Taiwan has given itself a head start due to its hard work containing the pandemic. It is now up to the Taiwan government to keep the momentum going and capitalise on that advantage to build the island into an even more attractive investment destination.
Special Commentary: The US-Taiwan Business Council & U.S.-Taiwan Bilateral Relations in 2021 US-Taiwan Business Council activities in 2020 were...
Council VP Lotta Danielsson argues that signing a high-standards and comprehensive bilateral U.S.-Taiwan trade agreement would have positive political implications and would help improve Taiwan’s regional economic integration.