Ministry of Economic Affairs (Republic of China)


Ministry of Economic Affairs (Republic of China)
Ministry of Economic Affairs
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Free Area of the Republic of China Taiwan
Headquarters Taipei City
Minister responsible Yen-Shiang Shih
Agency executive Yen-Shiang Shih, Minister of Economic Affairs
Parent agency Executive Yuan
Website
http://www.moea.gov.tw(Chinese (Taiwan))

Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of China (Chinese: 中華民國經濟部) is responsible for formulating policy and laws for industry and trade, foreign direct investment, energy, minerals, measurement standards, intellectual property, state-owned enterprises throughout the Free Area of the Republic of China. The ministry is a cabinet level government agency of the Executive Yuan. The current minister is Yen-Shiang Shih.[1]

The ministry is sometimes abbreviated or refer to MOEA. The executive agency promotes industrial and economic policies which allows economic activity and growth, increased employment and investments in sector which are critical to Taiwan's economy. Taiwan's main exports are electronics, computers, telecommunications equipment, industrial design services and Creative industries/culture.[2]

Contents

Structure

The Ministry of Economic Affairs is very important in the management of the Republic of China's economy. It manages a number of statutory bodies and state owned enterprises.

Internal Structure

The internal structure of the MOEA:[3]

  • Mines Department
  • Department of Commerce
  • General Affairs Department
  • International Cooperation Department
  • Department of Investment Services
  • Department of Industrial Technology
  • Personnel Department
  • Accounting Department
  • Statistics Department
  • Department of Government Ethics
  • Committee of Economic Research and Development
  • Committee of Laws and Regulations
  • Petitions and Appeals Committee
  • Secretariat
  • Information Management Center
  • Central Region Office
  • Office of Trade Negotiations

Administrative Agencies

The Ministry of Economic Affairs is responsible for the entire Taiwanese economy. It has a number of statutory administrative agencies reporting under it. They are:[4]

  • Industrial Development Bureau
  • Bureau of Foreign Trade
  • Intellectual Property Office
  • Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection
  • Bureau of Energy
  • Bureau of Mines
  • Small and Medium Business Administration
  • Export Processing Zone Administration
  • State-Owned Enterprises Commission
  • Investment Commission
  • International Trade Commission
  • Water Resources Agency
  • Central Geological Survey
  • Professional Training Center

State Owned Enterprises

The Ministry of Economic Affairs have a number of state owned enterprises reporting to it. They are:[5]

  • Taiwan Sugar Corp.
  • Taiwan Power Company.
  • CPC Corporation,Taiwan
  • CSBC Corporation,Taiwan
  • Aerospace Industrial Development Corp.
  • Taiwan Water Corporation

List of Ministers

  • 1928: H. H. Kung (孔祥熙) [Kong Xiangxi]
  • 1931: Chen Kung-po (陳公博) [Chen Gongbo]
  • 1935: Wu T’ing-chang (吳鼎昌) [Wu Dingchang]
  • 1937: Ch’eng T’ien-ku (程天固) [Cheng Tiangu]
  • 1938: Wang Wen-ho (翁文灝) [Weng Wenhao]
  • 1946: Wang Yün-wu (王雲五) [Wang Yunwu]
  • 1948: Chen Chi-tien (陳啟天) [Chen Qitian]
  • 1948-1949:Liu Wei-chi (劉維熾)
  • 1949: Sun Yue-chi (孫越琦) [Sun Yueqi]
  • 1949-1950: Liu Hang-chen (劉航琛) [Liu Hangchen]
  • 1950: Yen Chia-kan (嚴家淦) [Yan Jiagan]
  • 1950-1952: Cheng Tao-ju (鄭道儒) [Zheng Daoru]
  • 1952-1954: T. K. Chang (張茲闓) [Zhang Zikai]
  • 1954-1955: Yin Chung-jung (尹仲容) [Yin Zhongrong]
  • 1955-1958: Kiang Piao (江杓) [Jiang Biao]
  • 1958-1965: Yang Gi-tzeng (楊繼曾) [Yang Jizeng]
  • 1965-1969: Li Kwoh-ting (李國鼎) [Li Guoding]
  • 1969†: Tao Sheng-yang (陶聲洋) [Tao Shengyang]
  • 1969-1978: Sun Yun-suan (孫運璿) [Sun Yunxuan]
  • 1978-1981: Chang Kwang-shih (張光世) [Zhang Guangshi]
  • 1981-1984: Chao Yao-tung (趙耀東) [Zhao Yaodong]
  • 1984-1985: Hsu Li-teh (徐立德) [Xu Lide]
  • 1985: Li Mo (李模)
  • 1985-1988: Lee Ta-hai (李達海) [Li Dahai]
  • 1988-1990: Chen Li-an (陳履安) [Chen Lü’an]
  • 1990-1993: Vincent Siew (蕭萬長) [Xiao Wanchang]
  • 1993-1996: Chiang Pin-kun (江丙坤) [Jiang Bingkun]
  • 1996-2000: Wang Chih-kang (王志剛) [Wang Zhigang]
  • 2000-2002: Lin Hsin-yi (林信義) [Lin Xinyi]
  • 2002: Christine Tsung (宗才怡) [Zong Caiyi]
  • 2002-2004: Lin Yi-fu (林義夫)
  • 2004-2006: Ho Mei-yueh (何美玥) [He Meiyue]
  • 2006: Huang Ing-san (黃營杉) [Huang Yingshan]
  • 2006-2008: Steve Chen (陳瑞隆) [Chen Ruilong]
  • 2008-2009: Yin Chi-ming (尹啟銘) [Yin Qiming]
  • 2009-: Shih Yen-shiang (施顏祥[Shi Yanxiang]

† Died in office.

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