Taipei Economic and Trade Office, Jakarta, Indonesia
|Kantor Dagang dan Ekonomi Taipei, Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Formed||1971 (as China Chamber of Commerce in Jakarta)|
1989 (as TETO)
|Headquarters||Senayan, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Website||Taipei Economic and Trade Office, Jakarta, Indonesia|
The Taipei Economic and Trade Office, Jakarta, Indonesia (TETO; Chinese: 駐印尼台北經濟貿易代表處; pinyin: Zhù Yìnní Táiběi Jīngjì Màoyì Dàibiǎo; Indonesian: Kantor Dagang dan Ekonomi Taipei) is the representative office of the Republic of China in Indonesia, functioning as a de facto embassy in the absence of diplomatic relations. It also has responsibility for East Timor.
TETO was originally established in April 1971 as the Chinese Chamber of Commerce to Jakarta, before adopting its present name in 1989.
On 18 December 2015, Taipei Economic and Trade Office in Surabaya was opened by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China, and started operating on 21 December 2015.
- Public Affairs Division
- Economic Division
- Information Division
- Overseas Compatriot Division
- Service Division
- Timothy Yang (August 2007 – 10 September 2009)
- Andrew Hsia (December 2009 – 22 October 2013)
- Chang Liang-jen (22 January 2014 - December 2016)
- John C. Cheng (December 2016 -)
- Taipei Economic and Trade Office in Surabaya
- Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office
- List of diplomatic missions of Taiwan
- Foreign Policy of the New Taiwan: Pragmatic Diplomacy in Southeast Asia, Jie Chen, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002, page 82
- "Taiwan names new representative to Indonesia - Taiwan News Online". Taiwannews.com.tw. 2013-11-22. Retrieved 2014-04-22.
- Asia Pacific Area, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Republic of China)
- Kantor Dagang dan Ekonomi Indonesia di Taipei
- "Taipei Economic and Trade Office, Jakarta, Indonesia 駐印尼台北經濟貿易代表處". taiwanembassy.org. Archived from the original on 2013-12-11. Retrieved 2014-08-22.
- Taiwan names new representative in RI, The Jakarta Post, August 9 2007
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