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EXECUTIVE TRAVEL / SPOTLIGHT ON TAIWAN : Resources

May 19, 1994|Researched by ADAM S. BAUMAN

Some useful addresses, phone numbers and publications for doing business in Taiwan:

OFFICIAL FOREIGN OFFICES The Coordination Council can answer questions about visa requirements and offer advice on business and trade issues.

Coordination Council for North American Affairs 4201 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Washington , D.C. 20016 (202) 895-1800 The local office of the Coordination Council can assist with common questions; other questions may be referred to the Washington office. An Information Division official can provide basic information about doing business in Taiwan.

Coordination Council 900 N. Western Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90029 (213) 461-3665 The trade specialist in the Commercial Division can provide highly detailed information about industrial and investment opportunities in Taiwan.

Coordination Council, Commercial Division 3660 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 918 Los Angeles, CA 90010 (213) 380-3644 There is no U.S. Embassy in Taiwan. Unofficial relations with Taiwan are conducted through the American Institute.

American Institute No. 7 Lane 134 Hsin Yi Road , Section 3 Taipei, Taiwan (886-2) 709-2000 , ext. 2306 After-hours emergency number: (886-2) 709-2013

TRADE CONTACTS

These agencies can assist businesses or offer locations and special incentives.

American Chamber of Commerce 96 Chungshan Road Room 1012, Section 2 Taipei (886-2) 581-7089 Fax: (886-2) 542-3376

Board of Foreign Trade 1 Hukou St . Taipei (886-2) 321-0561 Fax: (886-2) 351-3603

China External Trade Development Council 333 Keelung Road 4th Floor, Section 1 Taipei (886-2) 725-5200 Fax: (886-2) 757-6653

Ministry of Economic Affairs, Industrial Development and Investment Center 4 Chung Hsiao W. Road 19th Floor, Section 1 Taipei (886-2) 389-2111 Fax: (886-2) 382-0497

ROC-USA Economic Council 390 Fu Hsin Road S. 13th Floor, Section 1 Taipei (886-2) 705-3102 Fax: (886-2) 702-9113

Sources: Europa Publications; Taipei Coordination Council; U.S. State Department

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