Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office, Taipei
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The Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office, Taipei (Chinese: 盧森堡台北辦事處; pinyin: Lúsēnbǎo Táiběi Bànshìchù) represents the interests of Luxembourg in Taiwan in the absence of formal diplomatic relations, functioning as a de facto embassy, since its establishment in 2009.
Its counterpart with responsibility for Taiwan in Luxembourg is the Taipei Representative Office in the EU and Belgium in Brussels, since the closure of the Luxembourg City office in 2002. This had been established in 1975 as the Centre Sun Yat-sen.
- List of diplomatic missions in Taiwan
- List of diplomatic missions of Luxembourg
- Foreign relations of Taiwan
- Foreign relations of Luxembourg
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- Interview with Luxembourg representative in Taiwan, Mr.Hugues Mignot, Radio Taiwan International, 3 January 2016
- Relations with the EU, Belgium and Luxembourg Archived 2014-10-31 at the Wayback Machine., Taipei Representative Office in the EU and Belgium
- Belgium in Taipei
- Pretence of Privatisation: Taiwan's External Relations, Françoise Mengin, inPrivatising the State, Béatrice Hibou, C. Hurst & Co. Publishers, 2004, pages 154