The British Office aims to promote Britain’s commercial and cultural interests in Taiwan. A key objective for the British Office is to increase business relationships between the UK and Taiwan.
A Department of International Trade (DIT) guide for British businesses who are interested in developing their overseas trade and doing business in Taiwan.
Accredited Chambers of Commerce in every nation and region of the UK are trusted to help British goods reach customers overseas. By certifying the origin of goods, Chambers help to reduce the possibility that overseas customs authorities stop British shipments – helping to ensure the smooth passage of UK goods across international borders. Last year alone, more than 600,000 shipments were supported in this way.
Taiwan is centrally located in the Asia-Pacific region, with Continental America across the Pacific to the east, Japan to the north, Mainland China to the west, and the emerging markets of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to the south. Whether for shipment by sea or air, Taiwan is in an excellent position for linking to the Asia-Pacific and global markets and also the first choice for multi-national companies to set up operational headquarters in the Asia-Pacific region.
The TTCL’s goal is to aid the inception and cultivation of trade links between businesses of Britain and Taiwan. Whether the business is a Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) or grand multinational, TTCL hopes to be able to assist in the building of bridges between the two nations.