Embassies, consulates, and their de facto equivalents, in Taiwan.
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Australian Commerce and Industry Office, which seeks to protect the welfare and interests of Australians travelling and residing in Taiwan. Includes consular information.
Austrian Trade Delegation in Taipei, the official representative of Austria's industry and commerce in Taiwan, with information about doing business in Austria, and consular information in German.
The Belgian Trade Association in Taiwan, which serves as a link between Belgian and Taiwanese organisations, companies and individuals alike. It promotes trade, investment and cultural exchanges between Belgium and Taiwan.
Canadian Trade Office in Taipei, Canada's de facto embassy in Taipei. With visa and trade information, in English, Chinese and French.
Czech Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei, with visa and consular information.
Delegation of the European Commission in Taiwan, listing EU Agreements with Taiwan. Taipei.
Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei, Israel's de facto diplomatic post in the Republic of China. Includes information on consular services it provides.
Netherlands Trade and Investment Office, the representative of the Dutch government in Taiwan, handling both visa and trade enquiries.
New Zealand Commerce and Industry Office, which manages New Zealand's relations with Taiwan in the absence of full diplomatic relations between the two.
Commercial Office of Peru in Taipei, describing the main features of the Peruvian economy, and also with a description of the cherimoya fruit.
British Trade and Cultural Office, which serves as the de facto embassy. Providing British commercial and cultural offices in Taiwan including trade, visa, consular and news services.
The American Institute in Taiwan, which acts as the de facto embassy. Includes an explanation of its role, information on U.S.-Taiwan relations, and its consular services.
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