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On April 10, 1979, President Carter signed into law the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA), which created domestic legal authority for the conduct of unofficial relations with Taiwan. U.S. commercial, cultural, and other interaction with the people on Taiwan is facilitated through the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), a private nonprofit corporation. The Institute has its headquarters in the Washington, DC area and has offices in Taipei and Kaohsiung.

A counterpart organization, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO), has been established by Republic of China (Taiwan) government. It has its headquarters in Taipei, the representative branch office in Washington, DC, and 12 other Taipei Economic and Cultural Offices (TECO) in the continental U.S. and Guam.

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Stanley Kao

Representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States

Biography

 

Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO)

4201 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Washington, DC. 20016-2137

 

Phone: (202) 895-1800

Fax: (202) 363-0999



William A. Stanton Christopher J. Marut

Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT)

Biography

EMBASSY:

AIT Taipei Office
No.7, Ln. 134, Sec. 3, Xinyi Rd., Da-an Dist.
Taipei City 106-59.

 

Phone: +886 (02) 2162-2000

   

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