The European Business and Regulatory Cooperation Programme in Taiwan (EBRC) is funded by the European Union. The programme has been up and running since May 2014.

The general objective is to provide concrete support to the bilateral EU-Taiwan policy agenda by bridging differences and building a bilingual platform between the Taiwan Administration and European companies.

The programme will concentrate on both advocating EU regulatory principles and instruments and paving the way for sustainable engagement and cooperation between Europe and Taiwan.

The EU has an active trade dialogue with Taiwan on major issues, such as Government procurement, Technical barriers to Trade (TBT), Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), and specific market access issues. The EBRC introduces relevant EU policies, regulations as well as EU industry standards and cases of best practices to public authorities and other stakeholders by way of targeted seminars or other means. These activities serve as reference points or inspirations for Taiwanese regulators to develop their own regulatory framework.


歐盟在台商業與法規合作計畫」乃由歐盟授予資助,自2014年5月開始執行。

其旨在透過搭建政府部門和歐洲企業間的雙語平台,進而提供雙邊施政議程更具體完善的支持與協助。

本計畫著重於提倡歐盟監管原則與實務和創造台歐長期永續合作的條件。

歐盟在政府採購、技術性貿易障礙、智慧財產權,和特定的市場進入等議題上,與台灣政府有積極的貿易對話。「歐盟在台商業與法規合作計畫」將透過議題導向的研討會或其他方式,向台灣的公私部門利益關係者,介紹與歐貿易相關的歐盟政策、法規以及歐盟的產業標準和最佳實踐案例。這些活動可作為台灣監管機構在制定台灣特有監管架構的參考或靈感。

Issues to be covered:

  • Automotive
  • Food, Beverage and Alcohol Safety
  • Government Procurement
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Medical Devices
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Low Carbon Solutions
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Others...

涵蓋的產業與議題:

  • 汽車業
  • 食品與酒精飲料安全
  • 政府採購
  • 製藥
  • 醫療用品
  • 智慧財產權
  • 低碳
  • 資通訊科技
  • 其它...