Building on the traditional ideals of Chambers of Commerce, TACC offers a mutually beneficial membership opportunity for both Taiwanese and American businesses alike. Built on three primary pillars, the TACC offers members a resource for economic development; an influential voice with legislative decision makers; and regular networking opportunities to come together, meet and communicate with potential business prospects, share ideas and learn. In addition to the three pillars, TACC is committed to timely communication with its members. These efforts support both the pillars and the mission at the base of the organization.
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FTSE Russell plans to hire dozens of employees in Taiwan in the coming year, turning the island into a strategic hub. The index compiler, a unit of London Stock Exchange Group Plc, aims to increase its Taiwan-based workforce to 100 from 35 currently by next April, managing director Susan Lin said in an interview.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously backed legislation supporting Taiwan which faces military and diplomatic pressure from China as members of the U.S. Congress push for a sharper approach to relations with Beijing.
Taiwanese businessman and presidential hopeful Terry Gou has met with US businessman and current President Donald Trump, and received this advice: Being president is a tough job.