“The resumption of TIFA talks is an excellent example of cooperation between AIT and AmCham Taiwan. Both in the run up to the talks and since, AmCham member companies contributed vital input on Taiwan business conditions. That partnership helped make the TIFA talks a success.”
The American Institute in Taiwan is pleased to announce that 220 delegates representing 153 companies from across Taiwan are joining the Department of Commerce SelectUSA Investment Summit June 7-11. This represents the largest single delegation from a foreign market to ever attend the annual Summit, which is now in its eighth year. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Investment Summit is being conducted in an all-virtual format.
“It is a pleasure to be here this evening to celebrate the joint efforts of the United States and Taiwan to promote investment in America. I would be remiss if I did not take this opportunity to recognize the support of Minister John Deng and Director General Jen-Ni Yang. Their partnership has been critical to the successful recruitment of the largest delegation at the Investment Summit. Moreover, it is a delegation composed of sophisticated and accomplished companies. Thank you to you both.”
On June 19, 2018, the American Institute in Taiwan today announced that 120 delegates representing 60 companies from industries across Taiwan will travel to Washington, DC, to participate in the SelectUSA Investment Summit (Investment Summit) , June 20-22. The Investment Summit, hosted by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, is the highest profile event to connect global companies and U.S. economic development organizations (EDOs) to facilitate foreign direct investment in the United States.
On June 13, 2017, American Institute in Taiwan Director Kin Moy announced that 84 companies from a variety of industries across Taiwan will be travelling to Washington D.C. to participate in the SelectUSA Investment Summit (Summit), June 18-20, 2017. The Summit is the United States’ highest profile event to connect global companies and U.S. economic development organizations (EDOs) to facilitate business investment in the United States.
The American Institute in Taiwan and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office will hold the sixth meeting under the Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) on July 10th and 11th in Washington, D.C. The meeting will provide an opportunity to exchange views on how to enhance and deepen the already strong trading relationship between the United States and Taiwan. Karan Bhatia, Deputy United States Trade Representative, will be the chief negotiator for the American side.
Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Karan Bhatia met May 25-26 with Taiwan Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs Steve Chen (Ruey-long) under the AIT-TECRO (American Institute in Taiwan – Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office) Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA), to discuss how to enhance and deepen the already strong trading relationship between the U.S. and Taiwan.