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AIT Offices

AIT Offices

AIT has three offices in different locations: 

Related AIT Sections/Offices

  • Commercial Section

    Commercial Section

    • Commercial Section

      The Commercial Section assists U.S. exporters by arranging appointments with potential local business partners or relevant authorities, providing information on the Taiwan market for U.S. goods and services, and maintaining an on-line directory of U.S. suppliers for use by local importers. Website »

  • Agricultural Trade Office (ATO)

    Agricultural Trade Office (ATO)

  • Agricultural Affairs Section

    Agricultural Affairs Section

    • The Agricultural Affairs Section represents U.S. agricultural interests on Taiwan with the goal of increasing Taiwan′s agricultural imports from the United States. The section′s responsibilities are to:

      1. analyze and report on Taiwan′s agricultural production, demand for agricultural commodities and products, market opportunities, and the nature of competition from other suppliers;

      2. reduce tariff and non-tariff barriers on U.S. agricultural exports to Taiwan; and

      3. advise and support USDA and the private U.S. agricultural sector regarding market conditions, market development strategies, and the evaluation of market development activities and campaigns.

      Contact Info: Agricultural Affairs Section
      7, Lane 134, Xinyi Road, Section 3, Taipei, Taiwan
      Tel: (886-2) 2162-2316 Fax: (886-2) 2162-2238
  • Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Office

    Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Office

    • Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Office

      The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) office works to enhance both the United States and Taiwan ability to buy and sell agricultural products between each other and in the international marketplace. APHIS uses state of the art technology to keep up with trends in agriculture and international trade, and ensures that new trade opportunities benefit the United States and Taiwan without creating new threats from harmful exotic pests and diseases.