||Council Chairman Michael Splinter, President Rupert Hammond-Chambers, members of the Council’s Board of Directors, and a delegation of company representatives travel to Taiwan to meet with senior members of the Taiwan government to promote bilateral trade and business relations between the United States and Taiwan
||Happy Lunar New Year (Year of the Pig)
||In the Asia Dialogue, Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson offers comments on Taiwan's national security: Countering Chinese Military Modernization: A Path Forward for Taiwan and the United States
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks at "Taiwan in 2019,” a seminar hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks at “US-Taiwan Relations: Enhancing the Terms of Engagement in Media, Business and Trade,” a conference hosted by the Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, in Washington, D.C.
||Board of Directors Meeting and Board Luncheon, in Washington, D.C.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers speaks at “Taiwan’s Place in US Trade Policy: Opportunity or Casualty?,” an event hosted by the Heritage Foundation, in Washington, D.C.
||The 2018 US-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference takes place in Annapolis, Maryland
Prepared Remarks of Vice Minister General Guan-Chung Chang, Taiwan Ministry of National Defense
Prepared Remarks by David Helvey, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, U.S. Department of Defense
Introductory Remarks by James Moriarty, Chairman, American Institute in Taiwan (AIT)
||In the Global Taiwan Brief, Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson offers comments on Taiwan's energy future: Taiwan’s Energy Environment: Sunshine and Fair Winds Ahead?
||The Council issues a press release commenting on the Congressional Notification for U.S. arms sales to Taiwan
Press Release: The US-Taiwan Business Council Comments on the September 24, 2018 U.S. Arms Sale to Taiwan
Taipei Economic & Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO) – Foreign Military Sales Order (FMSO) II Case
||The Council works with the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (AmCham Taipei), the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), and Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on "Private Equity in Taiwan: A Pathway to Growth.” This seminar in Taipei, Taiwan examines the role of private equity in 21st century economies and the utility of private equity both for Taiwan businesses to upgrade and for Taiwan to fulfill its broader economic growth aspirations.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers travels to Warsaw, Poland to participate in a Taiwan Trilateral Forum
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers moderates 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.
||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 the role since 2008.
Press Release: Mike Splinter to Succeed Paul Wolfowitz as Chairman of the US-Taiwan Business Council
||Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson speaks at "Taiwan’s Energy Future,” a seminar hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.
||In the Global Taiwan Brief, Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson offers comments on bilateral collaboration in the defense sector: Challenges and Opportunities in U.S.-Taiwan Defense Industry Cooperation
||The Council hosts a meeting for its Board of Directors and Chairman’s Circle members with Mr. Jong-Chin Shen, Taiwan’s Minister of Economic Affairs, in Washington, D.C.