Taiwan is in the process of formulating a strategy and policies to make hydrogen part of its path to net zero emissions by 2050.
The ECCT is ready to support Taiwan to boost the resilience of the economy as well as tackle social challenges.
"Mighty oaks grow from little acorns" - the Taipei European School (TES), a unique school which is the only one of its kind worldwide, formally celebrated its 30th anniversary on the occasion of Europe Day, 9 May 2023.
The ECCT released the 2023 Family Friendly Workplace Survey Report at a Premium Event lunch. Read the full event report.
A panel of five senior female executives from ECCT member companies in different industries gave up an entire afternoon to share some inspirational stories and advice for an audience of around 200 students, academics and business representatives at a forum held on the campus of National Taiwan University (NTU).
A five member ECCT delegation led by ECCT Chairman Giuseppe Izzo and CEO Freddie Höglund took a trip to the Philippines where they held a series of meetings with counterparts from the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP), business leaders and business organisations.
The ECCT arranged a Premium Event lunch with Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-An (蔣萬安) and senior officials from the Taipei City Government.
It was the inaugural event hosted by the chamber's Family Friendly Alliance (FFA), which was established as a platform for collaboration among various stakeholders to address the challenges resulting from Taiwan's low birth-rate, ageing population and talent shortage.