Belgian Office, Taipei

Belgium in Taiwan

Taipei

 

The Belgian Office, Taipei (BOT) serves as a link between Belgian and Taiwanese organizations, companies, and individuals alike. It principally promotes trade, investment, and cultural exchanges between Belgium and Taiwan. Together with the local representations of FIT and AWEX, the BOT responds to trade inquiries, provides market information, and assists in locating Taiwanese partners for Belgian companies and organizations in various sectors of activities. We also promote the Belgian investment environment to Taiwanese companies interested in setting up operations in Europe.

 

The Consular Section provides administrative and consular services to local Belgian and Luxembourg nationals and delivers visa to persons visiting Belgium.

 

Everything you should know about Belgium and Europe

 

The federal entities:
www.belgium.be

 

 

 

The regions:  
www.vlaanderen.be  
www.wallonie.be    
www.bruxelles.irisnet.be

 

 

 

Europe: 
www.europa.eu
www.eeas.europa.eu 

 

News

10 Aug

Thanks to the mandatory self-control system and to the obligation for enterprises to officially communicate non-conform results, Belgium’s Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC) discovered the illegal use of fipronil for the treatment of red lice in poultry farms, following the notification in June 2017 of the presence of this substance in an egg sample taken by a food business operator. The investigation was carried out by FASFC in close collaboration with the Department of Justice.

07 Aug

Belgium is honoured to announce today that it is launching a bid to host the European Banking Authority, currently located in London.

02 Aug

Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders remains highly concerned by the political, economic and humanitarian situation in Venezuela. He supports the 26 July statement by EU High Representative Mogherini.

28 Jul

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders expresses his concern about the continuing tensions in East Jerusalem. He calls on all parties to restrain and dialogue in order to put an end to violence and prevent more victims.

28 Jul

A group of five young Canadians are finishing today a 7-day visit to Belgium. These young people, between the ages of 16 and 18, are the winners of a competition organized by the Belgian Embassy in Ottawa, in partnership with Rencontres du Canada. The 200 or so competitors were asked to submit a work inspired by Canadian Medical Officer John McCrae's famous poem “In Flanders Fields”. The composition made the poppy the symbol of the First World War dead for Commonwealth countries.