The British Trade & Cultural Office will be closed on 7 March 2014 for an internal training.
UK Additive Manufacturing Mission to Taiwan to enhance collaboration with Additive Manufacturing Association of Taiwan (AMAT)
The Prime Minister sends his best wishes for St David’s Day and looks ahead to the NATO Summit being held in Wales this year.
Sir David King, UK Special Representative for Climate Change, visited Taiwan on 24-25 February 2014 to share the UK’s experience on the transition...
From March 12, UK visa customers in Taiwan will be required to pay a fee to use the Visa Application Centre in Taipei.
The UK and Taiwan enjoy a flourishing relationship based on trade, investment, cultural, educational, and other links. The British Trade & Cultural Office (BTCO) promotes and supports these, and provides practical assistance to British nationals in Taiwan.
Science and Innovation Network team in Taiwan engages with the local science and innovation community to promote prosperity and growth. Read more.
Working with Taiwanese authorities and business to encourage Taiwan to support action on climate change and develop its low-carbon economy. Read more.
Our work in Taiwan contributes significantly to the UK’s prosperity. Taiwan is the world’s eighteenth largest trading economy. Its high-technology strengths and ongoing national investment programmes present benefits for UK companies.
British Trade & Cultural Office Taiwan
British Trade & Cultural Office
26F, President International Tower
No. 9-11, Song Gao Road,
Xin Yin District Taipei 11073
Telephone +886 (2) 8758 2088
Fax +886 (2) 8758 2050
Monday to Friday
9:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm (Local Time)
1:00am to 4:30am and 5:30am – 9:00am (GMT)
UK Trade & Investment Taiwan
Building President International Tower
26F, No. 9-11, Sung Gao Road
Enquiries +886 (2) 8758 2088