Our Chapters

The Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Europe Junior Chapter was established in 2011 and has entered its 9th Term. Currently, the Junior Chapter is established in 9 countries, with a total of about 360 members.

The Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce in Latin America Junior Chapter was established in 2010 and has entered its 10th Term. Currently, the Junior Chapter is established in 10 countries, and 2 countries with Junior Chapter Representatives. The grand total is about 244 members across Latin America.

The Africa Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Youth League was established in 2008, and has entered its 8th Term, with about 85 members. The purposes of the establishment of the ATCCYL are to encourage the new generation of overseas Taiwanese businesspeople to inherit and pass on the torch and to join the Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in different regions of the world, to use an innovative mindset and a global perspective to connect overseas youths to promote organizational affairs, and, in turn, to enhance the development of international trade and economic relations.

The Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Junior Chapter in Oceania was established in 2011 and has entered its 8th Term with about 160 members. The purposes of the establishment of the TCCOJC are to encourage the new generation of overseas Taiwanese businesspeople to inherit and pass on the torch and to join the Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in different regions of the world, to use an innovative mindset and a global perspective to connect overseas youths to promote organizational affairs, and, in turn, to enhance the development of international trade and economic relations.

The TJCCNA was established in 2004 and entered its 15th Term with more than a dozen active branches across North America and reached 2,000 members. The purposes of the establishment of the TJCCNA are to encourage the new generation of overseas Taiwanese businesspeople to inherit and pass on the torch and to join the Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in different regions of the world, to use an innovative mindset and a global perspective to connect overseas youths to promote organizational affairs, and, in turn, to enhance the development of international trade and economic relations.

In the 1990s, many Taiwanese businesspeople travelled afar to Southeast Asia to invest in businesses and to set up factories in response to the Southbound Policy stipulated by the former President of the Republic of China, Lee Teng-Hui. In the right space and time, the “Asia Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce” was established in the year of 1993. Time has passed and circumstances have changed, it has been 24 years since its establishment. The ASTCC lived through many glorious moments in the Golden Ages, yet like many other enterprises, the ASTCC was also facing the challenges of succession.