What Comes Next in US - Taiwan - China Relations

Almost out of nowhere, Taiwan became the center of friction between the United States and China last month, raising the risk level for companies and investors doing business in and with Taiwan. 

Members are invited to join our virtual discussion with AmCham Taiwan President Andrew Wylegala on September 8 to hear how AmCham members in Taiwan are adjusting to this new reality.

Andrew Wylegala

President of AmCham Taiwan

Andrew began his career as a trade analyst and Congressional staff member, progressing into client service work and senior management roles with postings to US embassies and missions in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Baghdad, among others. As a visiting professor at the National Defense University in Washington, he taught business analytics and led a competitiveness study of the US microelectronics sector with field research in Taiwan. From July 2020 he coordinated life sciences trade and investment for the UK government, covering ten markets across Asia Pacific from Japan. Andrew holds a B.A. with Honors from Cornell University and an M.A. in International Relations from John Hopkins University/S.A.I.S. (Bologna and DC).

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