American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei

American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei



We are dedicated to promoting an open and robust business climate between Thailand and the U.S., contributing to Thailand’s stature as an international business hub. Through our advocacy, business intelligence, and networks, we are positioned to create value for our members.

AMCHAM is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization. We maintain collaborative relationships with the U.S. Embassy Bangkok and affiliated U.S. government institutions. AMCHAM is also a member of the Board of Trade of Thailand (BOT), and liaises regularly with different ministries in the Royal Thai Government. We are active regionally through the Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) and in the U.S. as an accredited member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (台北市美國商會 ) is the most impactful and influential international business organization in Taiwan, with about 1,000 members from more than 500 companies in the global business community. Many members have been in Taiwan for decades and are deeply vested in the economy’s success. Founded in 1951, the organization drives innovation with advocacy, networking, and information sharing. AmCham Taipei cares deeply about innovation, competitiveness, efficient governance, democracy, and stability.

Our extensive membership is the Chamber’s greatest asset. The knowledge and expertise of this vast resource is tapped through a variety of interactive forums. AmCham coordinates the activities of 24 industry committees that address advocacy issues and provide opportunities for professional and business development. See our full list of committees. AmCham works to strengthen the international business community with events that create valuable opportunities to network and share information. AmCham creates content – such as the monthly TOPICS magazineWhite Paper and Business Climate Survey – that helps business leaders become better informed about Taiwan.

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