Mr. Chang Jong-Wei
Taiwan Chamber of Commerce, also known as TCOC, is a independent,
non-profit organization of leading commercial firms, business
associations, and businessmen in the Republic of China
It was founded on Sept.16, 1946 mainly to represent the interests of Chinese business
community, promote commercial development in line with government
policies, and establish international economic cooperation with other
former body of TCOC was “Taiwan Commerce &
Industry Economic Association” in the Japanese occupation period.
After the restoration of Taiwan in 1945, the "Taiwan
Commerce & Industry Economic Association" was
immediately disbanded and the association was reorganized as the
“Taiwan Federation of Chamber of Commerce”.
On Sept.16,1946, the first provincial member representatives’
convention was convened in the Sun Yat-Sen Community Center, Taipei,
and Mr. Lin Hsiung-Cheng was the first chairman.
At that time, the “Taiwan Chamber of Commerce” established.
Under the excellent leadership and joint hard
work of the chairmen, and directors and supervisors of previous
terms, the chamber always maintain the objective of promoting domestic
and foreign trade, stimulating economic development, coordinating
relationship between peer companies and increasing mutual benefits.
Therefore the chamber has become an important force in the society
that cannot be ignored.