Cahmbers of Commerce

American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei

"The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (AmCham) is a non-profit, non-partisan business organization dedicated to promoting the interests of international business in the Republic of China. In the 50-plus years since its founding, AmCham has become the largest, most effective business organization in Taiwan. With more than 900 members representing more than 500 companies, AmCham speaks with collective authority on international business matters in every sector of the economy."

British Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1994, the British Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (BritCham Taipei) has seen steady and enthusiastic growth - from the smallest and the newest on the block, to a well-known and reputable organisation recognised by both public and private sectors as a keen and effective promoter of British commercial interests in Taiwan.

Australian Commerce & Industry Office

The ACIO represents the interests of Australia and Australians in Taiwan. The Office comprises approximately sixty employees – including Australia-based and locally employed staff, headed by the Representative. The make-up of the Office reflects the multi-faceted nature of the Australia-Taiwan relationship. Housed in the International Trade Building in Taipei, the office includes the Australian Business Centre, Australian Education International, Australian Visa Services, a Consular & Administrative Section, a Media and Culture Unit, and staff handling economic and trade policy affairs.

European Chamber of Commerce in Taipei

The ACIO represents the interests of Australia and Australians in Taiwan. The Office comprises approximately sixty employees – including Australia-based and locally employed staff, headed by the Representative. The make-up of the Office reflects the multi-faceted nature of the Australia-Taiwan relationship. Housed in the International Trade Building in Taipei, the office includes the Australian Business Centre, Australian Education International, Australian Visa Services, a Consular & Administrative Section, a Media and Culture Unit, and staff handling economic and trade policy affairs.

French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Taiwan

The France Taiwan Chamber of Commerce and Industry - CCIFT- is a non-profit organization established in 1991, subject to the laws of the Republic Of China in Taiwan and registered with the Ministry of Social Affairs. The Chamber currently represents around 90 French and Taiwanese active members and belongs to a network of 182 Chambers of Commerce and Industry in France. The CCIFT offers several services to its members: the publication of a monthly newsletter; supplying contact lists of French companies in France; conducting market studies and industry research (supplier, buyer, associate); participating in local Trade shows; helping local companies receive their French VAT reimbursement.