About AmCham Taiwan
Founded in 1951, the American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan (AmCham Taiwan) is a non-profit, non-partisan business organization dedicated to promoting the interests of international business in Taiwan. With around 1000 members from more than 500 companies and 25 committees representing various industry interests, AmCham speaks with collective authority on business issues as they affect its member companies operating in Taiwan.
Entries by AmCham Taiwan
The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei and the Chinese National Association of Industry & Commerce (CNAIC) have issued a joint statement calling on the governments of the U.S. and Taiwan to begin negotiations for a bilateral trade agreement. The agreement was signed September 9 by AmCham Taipei Chairman CW Chin and CNAIC Chairman Lin Por-fong at a […]
Over 100 AmCham Taipei members attended a special luncheon with recently appointed Minister of Economic Affairs Wang Mei-hua at the Regent Taipei on August 4. Speaking to the attendees, Minister Wang described the challenges to businesses and the economy posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, China’s tightening grip on Hong Kong, the restructuring of global supply […]
AmCham Taipei’s 2020 Hsieh Nien Fan banquet was held successfully at the Grand Hyatt Taipei on August 25, despite a long postponement from the original March schedule due to the disruptions of COVID-19. Under the circumstances, this year’s celebration was especially meaningful, bringing together nearly 700 AmCham members and guests, including more than 130 government […]
AmCham Taipei announced that Leo Seewald has been appointed as the Interim President of American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei to succeed William Foreman who resigned for personal reasons. C.W. Chin, Chairperson of AmCham Taipei, expressed appreciation for Mr. Foreman’s two years of service to the Chamber and stated that AmChamTaipei will begin its search […]
The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei held its 52nd annual Hsieh Nien Fan banquet on August 25 in the Grand Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt Taipei. A transcript of the chairperson’s remarks is as follows (as prepared for delivery): President Tsai, AIT Director Christensen, Distinguished Guests, and Chamber Members: Good evening and welcome to the […]